Thousands of Palestinians gathered to protest against Israeli home demolitions on Wednesday, following the killing of a teacher, Yacoub Abu al-Qiyan, who was shot dead in the town of Umm al-Hiran.

Palestinians protest over home demolitions amid calls for general strike
"Thousands of Palestinians marched in cities across the occupied West Bank on Thursday to protest alleged plans by US President-Elect Donald Trump to move the American embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem."

In Photos: Palestinians protest Trump plans to move US embassy to Jerusalem
Israeli naval forces opened fire on Palestinian fishermen off the coast of the blockaded Gaza Strip on Thursday morning, despite the 2014 ceasefire agreement. Such attacks are a regular occurrence.

Israeli navy opens fire towards Gazan fishermen
Six young Palestinians were injured by Israeli forces in the Qalandiya refugee camp in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday night.

6 Palestinians injured during clashes with Israeli army in Qalandiya
An Israeli military court at the Ofer detention centre sentenced 14-year-old Ayham Mohammad Adawi from the Al-Arroub refugee camp north of Hebron to three months in prison and fined him 3,000 shekels ($784) on charges of throwing stones.

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Israel sentences Palestinian child to 3 months in prison
"The situation is getting unbearable. We have electricity for only three hours a day in this freezing season", said Muhammad Shamali, 19, a university student in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Gaza reels from electricity crisis
Eloquently worded explanation of the purpose of the 'International Law and the State of Israel' conference that was shut down at the University of Southampton in 2015. [ Link ]

Questioning the state of Israel is not anti-Semitic
"According to eyewitnesses, Qi’an lost control of his vehicle after police opened fire. A video released by Channel 10 news later in the day appears to back the residents’ version."

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Israeli radio host fired after expressing sympathy for slain Bedouin driver | +972 Magazine
Israeli authorities continue to uproot Palestinian-owned olive trees in order to build a road for nearby settlers.

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PHOTOS: How the state builds a road for West Bank settlers | +972 Magazine
Israeli forces were shown on video opening heavy gunfire on a Palestinian man at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday

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Video: Israeli soldiers kill Palestinian at checkpoint
"Rasmie recounted the build-up to the battle of Jenin in 2002, when the photo was taken. Fighters were hiding in the camp following an ambush of Israeli soldiers. Then one day, she saw hundreds of tanks approaching. Ibrahim wanted to stay, but she was frightened that they would be killed, and persuaded him to let the family move temporarily to her local village. All they took was a spare set...
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Searching for the man in the rubble: the shocking photograph that led me to the West Bank
Former hunger-striking prisoner and journalist Muhammad al-Qiq was detained by Israeli authorities on Sunday, after he participated in a protest in the occupied West Bank city of Bethlehem held to demand the release of bodies of slain Palestinians held in Israeli custody.

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Israel detains former hunger-striker Muhammad al-Qiq after protest
The Joint List, which represents parties led by Palestinian citizens of Israel in Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, accused Israeli police of spreading misinformation to Israeli media regarding an alleged vehicle attack Wednesday morning in the Negev, as new video footage emerged further contradicting the Israel police's version of events.

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Israeli police accused of cover-up over killing during Negev demolition raid
Two people were killed and several others wounded when large numbers of police officers entered the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran, in southern Israel, to demolish the village at dawn on Wednesday. Police fired tear gas, sponge-tipped bullets, and there were reports of live ammunition as well.

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Two killed in Bedouin village slated to be demolished, replaced with Jewish town | +972 Magazine
Israeli naval forces shot and injured a Palestinian fisherman off the coast of the blockaded Gaza Strip on Tuesday. Khalid Abu Riyala was shot several times with rubber-coated steel bullets.

Israeli navy shoots, injures Palestinian fisherman off Gaza coast
Israeli police forces numbering in the hundreds raided the Shufat refugee camp in occupied East Jerusalem on Tuesday morning.

Almost 10,000 Palestinian refugees live in the 0.2-square-kilometre camp.

Hundreds of Israeli police raid refugee camp to detain Palestinian youth
Firas Mahmoud was forced to demolish his own home in occupied East Jerusalem to avoid Israeli authorities demolishing it and charging him a fine of more than £60,000.

Israeli authorities coerce Palestinian man to demolish own home in Issawiya
In 3 days, Donald Trump takes power. He's pledged to do something no other president has done: move the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. The move would be unprecedented support for Israeli domination of the city and theft of Palestinian land.
Adli Ibeid and Mansour al-Qirim became friends in the besieged Gaza Strip in 2010. The following year they were each badly injured in separate Israeli airstrikes. "We had no choice but to believe that together, we could face our new fate", said Adli.

A Gaza friendship
Qusay Hassan al-Umour, 17, died after being shot in the chest three times with live fire by Israeli forces on Monday.

A video of events contradicts Israel's account, showing Israeli forces running towards the teenager's body, at least 100 metres from where clashes were taking place.

Four other Palestinians, including a woman were also shot and injured by Israeli forces.

Red Crescent: Israeli forces shoot, kill Palestinian teen during clashes in Tuqu