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Israeli border policemen arrest a Palestinian protestor, who did not follow their instruction to leave, during a demonstration against administrative detention and in support of Palestinian prisoner Bilal Kayed on August 24, 2016 at Damascus Gate, a main entrance to Jerusalem's Old City. A rights group said on August 24, …

Nine Palestinians Arrested for Plotting Attacks on Israeli Forces

Nine Palestinians were arrested over several months on suspicion of participating in a cell that targeted Israeli security forces with explosive devices, as well as for plotting future attacks against Israeli forces, the Shin Bet security agency said in a statement on Thursday.

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Israel Rejects UN Panel’s Concerns Of Prisoner Abuse

Israel on Wednesday rejected the concerns of a UN panel over alleged violations in its prisons, including a purported surge in solitary confinements, insisting such tactics were used only in “extremely restricted” cases. The United Nations Committee against Torture, reviewing

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Two Arab Israelis Charged With Plotting Islamic State-Inspired Attack

The Jerusalem Post reports: The Shin Bet and the Israel Police in a joint operation recently arrested two Arab-Israeli men who allegedly supported the Islamic State and who are suspected in connection with the execution of a terrorist attack. The two


Clinton Emails Reveal Thoughts On Israel

Ynetnews reports: Among the 562 emails sent by Hillary Clinton publicly released this weekend were several regarding the former secretary of state’s thoughts about Israel, and particularly Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. One e-mail contains a redacted transcript of a conversation between

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Fatah Strongman Dahlan Launches Attack on Rival Abbas

JAFFA, Israel – Fatah strongman Mohammed Dahlan (pictured) has condemned the Palestinian Authority for continuing its security cooperation with Israel after a top member of the movement was arrested by the Israeli army. Dahlan publicly rebuked Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas,