Sunday, August 02, 2015

Palestinian toddler burnt alive in suspected settler arson attack

August 01, 2015

A series of violent clashes marked the past two days in the West Bank and occupied East Jerusalem following Israeli settlers’ arson attack on a family home in the Nablus village of Duma, early Friday morning.




Palestinian toddler burnt alive in suspected settler arson attack
Palestinian toddler burnt alive in suspected settler arson attack

Israeli Foreign minister urges EU to halt funding for NGOs in Palestine
Israeli Foreign minister urges EU to halt funding for NGOs in Palestine

Settlers clash with police over demolitions as new settlements approved
Settlers clash with police over demolitions as new settlements approved

Israeli police, right-wing politicians enter al-Aqsa compound
Israeli police, right-wing politicians enter al-Aqsa compound


MEPs call for exclusion of Israeli military companies from EU funding
MEPs call for exclusion of Israeli military companies from EU funding
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