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Low Turnout Expected for Friday Hanukkah Gaza Riots

The Palestinian body responsible for organizing weekly violent riots on the Israel-Gaza Strip border, which began almost two years ago, announced on Thursday that...

Thousands of UK Jews Take to The Street in Protest of Anti-Semitic Labour Party

Thousands of British Jews and their supporters came together for a major rally against antisemitism on Sunday in London’s Parliament Square.Concerns over antisemitism have...

Hamas Bans Swastikas during Weekly Border Protests

Hamas has called on Gazans to stop waving banners with swastikas during Friday's border riots, Channel 12 reported. The terrorist group says it does not...

Eggs Thrown on Women Protesting Sexual Violence and Rape

Hundreds of women participated in the eighth annual march held by the organization SlutWalk in the center of Jerusalem, condemning the continued threat of...

Lackluster Turnout on Anniversary of ‘March of Return’

Tens of thousands of Palestinians took part this weekend in demonstrations to commemorate the anniversary of so-called "Great March of Return"; despite the stormy weather and strong...

London: Pro-Palestinian, pro-Israel protesters face off during Quds Day rally

A Jewish lawyer in a wheelchair managed to delay the pro-Palestinian march until being forcibly moved by police.

Thousands of Palestinians protest against Israel on the combined Naksa-Ramadan-Al-Quds Day

20 wildfires broke out on Friday, eight explosive kites were launched, and children aiding the protesters were photographed.

Israel preparing for heavy turmoil at the border with Gaza

Palestinians dressed as Nazi camp prisoners are expected to march towards the border.

IDF drops leaflets in Gaza urging locals to skip Friday fence protests

The Israeli army accused Hamas of exploiting Gazans for its own political gain.

IDF: Palestinian medic killed during Gaza protest was not shot intentionally

Initial results from the IDF investigation indicate that Razan al-Najjar was not killed from ‘deliberate or direct’ gunfire.