The latest news and views about Palestine
The head of the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees has announced that the body’s “assets have become obsolete”, and that it needs $50-80m to keep services running until the end of the year.
Australia has reversed a previous government’s recognition of West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the country's foreign ministry announced.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has stressed the significance of unity within the Islamic world, saying today unity is not a tactic, but a basic strategy for Muslims.
Hundreds of Palestinians have staged a demonstration in the West Bank to voice their anger over US President Joe Biden’s visit to the occupied territories on his first Middle East trip as the US president.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas met with head of Hamas political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh in Algeria on Tuesday. It was the first such meeting between the two in 15 years.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian, in a phone conversation with secretary general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, called for the meeting of the OIC foreign ministers to discuss the situation in occupied Palestinian territory.
Iran’s Parliament Speaker Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf says the resistance front should make the normalization of ties with the Israeli regime costlier for regional governments.
The Leader of Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah, has said with the passage of time, the supporters of the Palestinian cause and the holy city of al-Quds increase in number.
Iranian newspaper Tehran Times is going to launch an online event titled Remember Palestine to promote awareness on the plight of Palestinians whose land has been under the Israeli occupation since after World War II.
The Australian government announced it plans to list the whole of the Palestinian movement Hamas to its list of outlawed “terrorist” organisations. Hamas has condemned it as a hostile action.
Major Palestinian groups have slammed new appointments to top positions in the PLO as illegitimate and a power grab by President Mahmoud Abbas. They claim the 86-year-old Abbas is trying to secure his favoured successor.
Palestinians held municipal elections in the Israeli-occupied West Bank on Saturday In a in a rare democratic exercise. It was held amid rising anger with President Mahmoud Abbas after he cancelled planned legislative and presidential votes earlier this year.
A Palestinian young man was killed on Saturday evening when Israeli police officers opened fire on him at point blank range in the vicinity of the Damascus Gate plaza in occupied Jerusalem.
The head of the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees stated it was unable to pay its 28,000 employees on time this month because of a major funding crisis, warning of potential cuts in vital services to millions of people amid a global pandemic.
The representative of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement in Tehran has called on the international community to take serious action to condemn Britain for blacklisting the Hamas resistance movement as a terrorist group.
A Palestinian youth was killed on Tuesday during clashes with Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank city of Tubas.
Several Palestinian activists targeted by Israeli criminalization and surveillance have pledged to keep working amid threats. Israel has recently hacked their cell phones.
Spyware from the Israeli surveillance company NSO Group was detected on the mobile phones of several Palestinian human rights activists. It’s the first known instance of Palestinian activists being targeted by the military-grade Pegasus spyware.
Israeli troops have killed a 13-year-old Palestinian boy during weekly rallies against the expansion of the illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Israel's colonial settlements and their waste are Palestine’s most significant environmental dangers, Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh said at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Scotland’s Glasgow.