Nigel Wilson

Nigel Wilson

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

'Jerusalem cannot be replaced by any other city'

Court ruling offers shred of hope to Palestinians who have had their Jerusalem residency revoked by Israel.

'Jerusalem cannot be replaced by any other city'

Gaza

Palestinian orchestra uses 'music as resistance'

Despite Israeli restrictions, Gaza-based musicians gave a rare performance with the Palestine Youth Orchestra.

Palestinian orchestra uses 'music as resistance'

Middle East

Palestinian Museum highlights Jerusalem's isolation

Jerusalem Lives, the inaugural exhibition at the Birzeit museum, mixes traditional and contemporary art.

Palestinian Museum highlights Jerusalem's isolation

Middle East

Children learn in tent after Israel demolishes school

Brand new primary school in Jubbet adh-Dibh was razed just as the new school year was set to begin.

Children learn in tent after Israel demolishes school

Middle East

Palestinians decry arrest of Islamic movement leader

Raed Salah's arrest is part of a wider political trend in Israel targeting Arab political life, Palestinians say.

Palestinians decry arrest of Islamic movement leader

East Jerusalem

Sheikh Jarrah family faces eviction to benefit settlers

The Palestinian family fought for years in Israeli court to keep the home where they have lived since 1964.

Sheikh Jarrah family faces eviction to benefit settlers

East Jerusalem

Palestinians grieve loved ones killed at Friday prayers

Three young men died last month on a day of heightened violence between Palestinians and Israelis in the West Bank.

Palestinians grieve loved ones killed at Friday prayers

Occupied West Bank

West Bank villagers decry collective punishment

Israeli army imposed new roadblocks and conducted home raids after one Palestinian villager attacked a settler family.

West Bank villagers decry collective punishment

Occupied West Bank

PA crackdown narrows space for online criticism

Dozens of Palestinians have been arrested in recent years for social media posts criticising the government.

PA crackdown narrows space for online criticism

Occupied West Bank

Tensions mount as al-Aqsa remains closed

Palestinians have denounced the closure, which follows a deadly shooting attack, as a violation of religious freedoms.

Tensions mount as al-Aqsa remains closed

Palestine

Palestinian ex-prisoners protest halt in PA salaries

Former detainees, most of whom are Hamas affiliates, rally against move by Ramallah authorities to cut their salaries.

Palestinian ex-prisoners protest halt in PA salaries

Occupied West Bank

Palestinians hope UN ruling will improve life in Hebron

West Bank residents welcome decision to recognise Hebron's Old City as World Heritage Site.

Palestinians hope UN ruling will improve life in Hebron