Palestine

How Israel engages in 'water apartheid'

Settlers in the Jordan Valley consume 81 times more water per capita than Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.

How Israel engages in 'water apartheid'

Gaza

Israel's expansion of Gaza fishing zone fails to ease concerns

Israel's blockade has caused a massive unemployment crisis in Gaza that has forced many to resort to fishing as a means to survive.

Middle East

Israeli settlement expansion in West Bank increases pessimism

Israel has approved another large set of plans for settler homes in the occupied West Bank. It is part of an Israeli government push to expand illegal settlement building and is increasing pessimism about progress towards a two-state solution.

Al Jazeera World

The Beirut Spy: Shula Cohen

The story of Shula Cohen, aka The Pearl, who spied for the Israelis in Lebanon for 14 years.

Occupied West Bank

Israel approves Hebron settlements for first time in 15 years

The Israeli government has approved the construction of Israeli settlement units in Hebron in the occupied West Bank.

Occupied West Bank

Israel approves settler housing in the heart of Hebron

Decision violates international law and will make life 'even more unbearable' for Palestinians, activists say.

Israel approves settler housing in the heart of Hebron

Syria's Civil War

Israeli warplanes attack anti-aircraft battery in Syria

Syrian anti-aircraft battery destroyed after allegedly firing at planes on 'reconnaissance mission' over Lebanon.

Israeli jets attack anti-aircraft battery in Syria

United Kingdom

Anger as UK university allows Balfour 'celebration'

Academics and students say decision to allow event organised by pro-Israel group is disrespectful to Palestinians.

Anger as UK university allows Balfour 'celebration'

East Jerusalem

Palestinians vow to Israel: We're not leaving Jerusalem

Palestinian NGOs have faced increasing pressure from Israel to shut down and abandon occupied East Jerusalem.

Palestinians vow to Israel: We're not leaving Jerusalem

UN

US and Israel withdraw from UNESCO

US accusation that Paris-based agency harbours 'anti-Israel bias' dismissed as 'counterproductive and shameful'.

Palestine

Silwan demolitions: 'They're destroying Jerusalem'

All 100 residential buildings in Silwan's al-Bustan neighbourhood face demolition to make way for 'King David's Garden'.

Silwan demolitions: 'They're destroying Jerusalem'

Israel

Israeli airlines sued for intrusive body search

Three Palestinian women were targeted for a strip search simply because they were Arab, their lawyer argues.

Israeli airlines sued for intrusive body search

Egypt

The October Arab-Israeli War of 1973: What happened?

Forty-four years since the October war in 1973, Israel still occupies Palestinian territories and Syrian Golan Heights.

The October Arab-Israeli War of 1973: What happened?

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'

Opinion

Why is Israel supporting Kurdish secession from Iraq?

Iraqi Kurdistan is not a second Israel, and it never will be.

Lamis Andoni

by Lamis Andoni

Lamis Andoni