Middle East

EU ruling to keep Hamas on terrorism blacklist 'outrageous'

In an interview with Al Jazeera, Ahmed Yousef, a Hamas spokesman, explained why his group believes the EU ruling is 'outrageous'.

Politics

EU to decide whether to drop Hamas from 'terror' list

Ruling comes after lower European court said Palestinian group should be removed from 'terror' list in December 2014.

ECJ to rule on Hamas 'terror' listing

Middle East

Palestinians extend al-Aqsa boycott in face of Israeli attacks

Palestinians are continuing demonstrations and a boycott of the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in protest of increased security in the area imposed by Israel.

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Palestine envoy to UN: Al-Aqsa crisis at tipping point

Riyad Mansour urges Security Council to protect Palestinians and their holy sites from Israel's 'destructive agenda'.

Palestine envoy to UN: Al-Aqsa crisis at tipping point

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Israel removes metal detectors from al-Aqsa compound

Palestinians continue to protest as mosque official says move does not fulfill Muslims' demands to remove CCTV cameras.

Al-Aqsa Mosque

Jerusalem cameras 'more dangerous than metal detectors'

Palestinians vow to continue protests against the installation of surveillance cameras at al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

Jerusalem cameras 'more dangerous than metal detectors'

Jerusalem

Al-Aqsa 360: Inside Jerusalem's holiest mosque

Millions of feet have walked these grounds, and now you can join them.

Al-Aqsa 360: Inside Jerusalem's holiest mosque

Israel

Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate

Canada's food inspection agency will continue labelling wines made in illegal settlements as "Products of Israel".

Ruling on West Bank settlement wines stirs debate

Al-Aqsa Mosque

UN says al-Aqsa crisis must be resolved by Friday

UN envoy warns of "catastrophic costs" if al-Aqsa Mosque compound crisis is not resolved swiftly.

Middle East

Clashes over al-Aqsa compound persist amid diplomatic efforts

Senior officials from the US and Israel are meeting at the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem - the scene of more clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinian protesters on Sunday night.

Opinion

How Gaza was made into an unlivable place

What is it like to live in a place with a few hours of electricity a day and eight hours of water every four days?

Michael Lynk

by Michael Lynk

Michael Lynk

Middle East

Palestinian hospitals stretched with influx of wounded

Israeli forces have injured more than 900 Palestinians since clashes over al-Aqsa Mosque compound erupted on July 14.

Middle East

Dahlan reveals controversial Hamas deal on Gaza

Power-sharing accord with Gaza ruler to see Egypt border open and power outages ease, says exiled Palestinian official.

Dahlan reveals controversial Hamas deal on Gaza

Middle East

Israel installs security cameras at al-Aqsa compound

Palestinians say they reject any Israeli security measures after installation of CCTV cameras at al-Aqsa entrance.

Israel installs security cameras at al-Aqsa compound

Middle East

Two Palestinians die after clashes with Israeli forces

Protesters aged 17 and 18 die of their wounds from separate incidents in the occupied West Bank.

Two Palestinians die after clashes with Israeli forces