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A Palestinian boy wears the headband of Hamas' armed wing as he takes part in a rally to protest aga

NGOs call for public support in ending use of Palestinian child soldiers

An estimated 10,000 children are trained in Gazan terrorist camps each year, and that at least 160 have died digging terror tunnels into Israel.

Muslim worshippers on Temple Mount as police barred Jewish entrance on Tisha Be'av

Israeli watchdog accuses PA of plotting Temple Mount violence

Tisha Be’Av this year coincided with the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, Festival of Sacrifice.

Brian Mast

House passes bill that calls to sanction Palestinian terror groups

The new legislation directs the president to impose at least two different financial sanctions on the people or agencies that are identified as assisting such groups.

Palestinian rioters in clashes near Ramallah (REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman)

PA: Upsurge of tensions could lead to 'explosion' in West Bank

Palestinian Authority officials in Ramallah warned that the mounting tensions in the West Bank could grow into a "new intifada.”

Leah Goldin, mother of Hadar, speaks at a press conference, August 5, 2018

Will the Gaza deal include the return of missing IDF soldiers?

On Saturday, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas as part of his country’s efforts toward a long-term truce between Israel and Hamas.

Yatta, Hebron

PA expels 20 families from clan in Yatta after deadly gun battle

Traditional law and forms of justice still hold sway in many Palestinian communities.

PEOPLE WATCH US President Donald Trump on TV at Mike’s Place in Jerusalem yesterday.

Israelis express conflicting emotions about US Embassy move to Jerusalem

‘I’m really happy about it because from the beginning it needed to be in Jerusalem... but it’s very scary for me because there will be violence by the Palestinians.’


House passes bill targeting PA over terrorism funding

The bill would freeze financial assistance provided by the US absent reform, while retaining aid allotted for security cooperation and some humanitarian relief.

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