حضارة
A Palestinian Child Lost His Leg After Got Shot And Arrested By Israeli Forces
A Palestinian Child Lost His Leg After Got Shot And Arrested By Israeli Forces

Israeli authorities have released the Palestinian child Mahmoud Salah, 15-year-old from Al-Khader town in Bethlehem after spending one month in the Israeli jails; Salah got shot by Israeli soldiers’ gunfire in his leg and they left him bleeding, prevented the medical crews to reach and treat him which led to amputate his left leg.More

​Military training halted because of dangerous virus hit Israeli soldiers
​Military training halted because of dangerous virus hit Israeli soldiers

Dozens of freshmen Israeli soldiers in Kefir brigade were seriously infected by a dangerous virus during performing military exercises. According to Israeli media.More

 Four Palestinians Injured In Kufur Qaddoum Today
Four Palestinians Injured In Kufur Qaddoum Today

Israeli soldiers attacked, Friday, the weekly procession against the Annexation Wall and Colonies, in Kufur Qaddoum village, east of the northern West Bank city of Qalqilia, wounding four young Palestinian men.More

Israeli troops arrest a young Palestinian while driving his vehicle
Israeli troops arrest a young Palestinian while driving his vehicle

Israeli occupation forces arrested Saturday at dawn a young Palestinian man from the city of Hebron, claiming he was having a weapon inside his vehicle, reported local news.More

Palestinian and Ethiopian killed by the same Israeli soldier
Palestinian and Ethiopian killed by the same Israeli soldier

The Israeli soldier who opened fire at the Ethiopian man Solomon TaKA last Sunday leaving him killed is the same who killed Palestinian worker Eyad Abu Raiya in 2006 in the district of Jaffa, said Palestinian advocates.More

Israeli forces arrested a number of Palestinian families last night
Israeli forces arrested a number of Palestinian families last night

Israeli occupation authorities imposed a-five-day house arrest on a Jerusalemite woman and her son after she was arrested last night in the town of Silwan, according to local news reports.More

Palestinian detained for allegedly committing a stabbing attack in Jerusalem
Palestinian detained for allegedly committing a stabbing attack in Jerusalem

Israeli occupation forces detained on Sunday evening a Palestinian young man southern occupied Jerusalem claiming he was trying to commit a stabbing attack, according to Israeli channel 7.More

Medics: Palestinian child severely injured in head in Kafr Qaddum protests
Medics: Palestinian child severely injured in head in Kafr Qaddum protests

"A Palestinian child was injured in the head by Israeli soldiers' gunfire in al-Ras area while Israeli occupation forces were trying to suppress the weekly peaceful protests that take action in Kafr Qaddum in the occupied West Bank district of Qalqili." medical sources announced on Friday.More

IOF abduct eleven Palestinians from West Bank
IOF abduct eleven Palestinians from West Bank

Israeli occupation forces abducted on Tuesday at dawn eleven Palestinians from different parts in the occupied West Bank, according to local reports.More

Palestinian students march in condemnation of prisoner Taqtaqa's death
Palestinian students march in condemnation of prisoner Taqtaqa's death

Israeli armed forces injured on Wednesday a number of Palestinians near Beit Eil military roadblock northern the occupied West Bank city of Bierah who held a demonstration in protest of the death of a Palestinian political prisoner, according to WAFA agency.More

Israel detains 11 Palestinians in overnight raids
Israel detains 11 Palestinians in overnight raids

Israeli forces arrested eleven Palestinians in overnight raids carried out across the occupied West Bank, according to the military on Thursday.More

IOF detain 19 Palestinians in an Israeli night raid
IOF detain 19 Palestinians in an Israeli night raid

Israeli occupation forces (IOF) detained on Monday at dawn a number of Palestinians during a night raid across the occupied West Bank according to local sourcesMore