As U.S.-authored peace talks with Israeli negotiators appear likely to fail, Palestinian leaders believe international diplomatic pressure on Israel, including economic boycotts, present the best chance for peace
(JERUSALEM) — The Israeli military has removed Palestinian activists protesting at a deserted village in the West Bank whose final status is a central issue in U.S.-mediated peace talks with Israel.
Hundreds of activists had been demonstrating for a week at the site of Ein Hijleh, a Palestinian village in the Jordan Valley
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The tunnels under the border between Gaza and Egypt were flooded by Egyptian forces last week. The country is worried about the two-way flow of smuggled arms with the Gaza Strip which is destabilizing Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, …
Palestinian activists use a non-violent form of occupation to protest plans to extend Israeli settlements into the controversial strip of territory called E-1.