Israel

Palestinian ex-prisoners recall torture in Israeli detention

Case of Samer Arbeed, left in critical condition after Israeli interrogation, brings back terrible memories for victims.

Palestinian ex-prisoners recall torture in Israeli detention

Middle East

Torture allegations: Palestinians fear for prisoners

Israeli Supreme Court outlawed torture in 1999 but it allowed use of physical pressure in some cases of exceptional methods in interrogation. But critics say some of these measures amount to torture.

Al Jazeera Selects

Education: A Library on Wheels and the Little Prince

A mobile library in the Negev Desert in Israel and a Bosnian school with one student demonstrate the value of education.

Middle East

Israel arrests Palestinian university students

Israeli army is accusing occupied West Bank's most prestigious university, Birzeit, of being recruitment centre for what it calls 'terrorism'.

Gaza

Palestinians protest at Gaza-Israel fence after 3-week pause

Gaza's health ministry says 14 Palestinians have been wounded by Israeli fire, four of them with live gunshots.

Palestinians protest at Gaza-Israel fence after 3-week pause

Israeli–Palestinian conflict

US House warns against Israel annexation of West Bank settlements

Democrats reaffirm support for two-state solution and say annexation of West Bank territory 'would undermine peace'.

US House warns against Israel annexation of West Bank settlements

ICC

'Misleading narrative': ICC war crimes report angers Palestinians

Outrage over ICC prosecutor saying that giving stipends to families of killed or jailed Palestinians is a war crime.

'Misleading narrative': ICC war crimes report angers Palestinians

Palestine

What was behind the latest escalation in Gaza?

Israel's killing of an Islamic Jihad commander last month sparked two days of fighting in the coastal enclave.

What was behind the latest escalation in Gaza?

Opinion

Why as a Palestinian I support Corbyn's Labour

It is high time for Britain to be held accountable for its colonial crimes in Palestine, and Corbyn can do just that.

Yara Hawari

by Yara Hawari

Yara Hawari

Middle East

Illegal settlements: Israel starts constructing road in Hebron

There are also proposals to build a Jewish neighbourhood in the city’s market.

Middle East

US charity building Gaza hospital offers volunteers Israel tour

Palestinians irked as US-based Christian group offers Holy Land pilgrimage to its medical volunteers on weekends.

US charity building Gaza hospital offers volunteers Israel tour

ICC

ICC prosecutor again refuses to investigate Gaza flotilla raid

Fatou Bensouda says no to opening investigation into Israel's 2010 raid on an aid flotilla bound for the Gaza Strip.

ICC prosecutor again refuses to investigate Gaza flotilla raid

AJ Impact

Israeli occupation of West Bank costs Palestinians billions: UN

UN report claims Israel's control of Palestinian fiscal policy not only hurts economy but indirectly reduces job growth.

Israeli occupation of West Bank costs Palestinians billions: UN

NewsFeed

'Why did they attack us?': Gaza's Noor al-Sawarka asks

Twelve-year-old Noor al-Sawarka speaks to Al Jazeera about the Israeli air raid that killed eight members of her family.

Occupied West Bank

Israel planning new settlement in flashpoint city of Hebron

Palestinian officials slam plan, calling it result of US decision to no longer consider settlements illegal.

Israel planning new settlement in flashpoint city of Hebron