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 presstv israelis pushing bill to revoke residency of palestinians
presstv-israelis pushing bill to revoke residency of palestinians

Fatima AbdulkarimPress TV, Jerusalem Al-QudsNew figures show a significant increase in the population of Israeli settlers which they link to the new US administration’s all-out support. Meanwhile, Israelis are pushing for the approval of a bill in the Knesset to revoke the residency of Palestinians under the pretext of their support for Palestinian resistance organizations.

presstv-israel considering revoking residency status of palestinians

Mona KandilPress TV, RamallahMembers of the Israeli Knesset are mulling a bill which will allow Tel Aviv to revoke the residency status of Palestinians living in Jerusalem al-Quds under certain conditions. A committee of Israeli ministers has now decided to back the legislation. The bill is seen as in line with Israel’s policy of effacing the Palestinian identity of Jerusalem al-Quds. Press TV’s correspondent Mona Kandil has the details.

presstv-what is israel’s plan for the al-aqsa mosque?

The Israelis are trying to humiliate the Palestinians in front of the world but the Palestinians are resisting.UN's Middle East envoy has said a solution is needed to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound crisis in Jerusalem al-Quds, which threatens to have "potential catastrophic costs well beyond the walls of the Old City".Three Palestinians have been killed in street clashes with Israeli forces in Jerusalem al-Quds and three Israelis in an alleged stabbing attack at a West Bank settlement. Israeli police used stun grenades and water cannons to disperse dozens of stone-throwing Palestinians.

presstv-palestinian resistance after the al-aqsa victory

More than 1,300 Palestinians have been injured during demonstrations since July 14. Nearly 500 of the injuries took place in East part of Jerusalem al-Quds alone. Yet nonetheless, for many in Palestine, it has been seen as a victory and humiliating loss for the Israelis.Over the course of two weeks, Israeli forces often met protesters with rubber-coated steel bullets, tear gas, and stun grenades. In some areas, live rounds were also used, according to the Palestinian Red Crescent.Yet nonetheless, for many in Palestine, it has been seen as a victory and humiliating loss for the Israelis.  As due to pressure from the International Muslim community as well as Palestinians on the ground the Israelis had to retreat and backtrack on their plans.The question now is will this spur on Palestinian r

presstv-netanyahu says backs bill to annex 19 settlements

Mohammad HamayelPress TV, RamallahIsraeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says he backs a bill that will annex 19 settlements, and will develop Jerusalem al-Quds. Palestinians have condemned the Israeli premier, saying that he’s violating the international law by pushing for the plan. They also say Israel is trying to change the demography of al-Quds and prevent Palestinians from having an independent state.

trump leaves israel pushing peace, but staying vague

The president says both the Palestinians and the Israelis are ready for a deal. But no one can figure out exactly what he's going for.

presstv-trump to decide on embassy transfer to al-quds

Mona KandilPress TV, RamallahUS President Donald Trump says his administration is working on a plan to resolve the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. Trump says he wants to give a chance to the plan and then decide about transferring the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds. The US administration has so far failed to revive the stalled negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians. Mona Kandil reports from occupied Ramallah. 

presstv-palestinians slam israeli legislation allowing death sentence against pa

Fatima AbdulKarimPress TV, Jerusalem al-QudsPalestinians have condemned a new bill being discussed in the Israeli Parliament, Knesset. If passed in second and third reading, the bill could allow death sentences against Palestinian prisoners accused of killing Israelis.

presstv-palestinians commemorate anniv. of nakba day

Mohammad HamayelPress TV, RamallahMay 15th marks the Nakba Day or the Day of Catastrophe for Palestinians. 69 years ago on this day, hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were forcibly evicted from their homeland by Israelis. Each year people come together across Palestinian territories to commemorate the sad events of May 1948. This year, Nakba Day has been marked amid a mass hunger strike by prisoners in Israeli jails.

presstv-plight of palestinians persists under israeli occupation

Mona KandilPress TV, RamallahFriday marks the International Quds Day, an event that reiterates global support for Palestinians in their struggle to end Israel’s occupation of their land. As Press TV’s Mona Kandil reports from Ramallah, the Palestinians in the occupied territories continue to suffer because of Israel’s aggressive policies. They’re subject to daily violence by Israelis, ranging from arrests to demolishing their homes.

presstv-us envoy’s fallacious claim angers palestinians

The US ambassador to Israel has angered Palestinians after claiming that the Israeli regime has occupied only two percent of the West Bank.David Friedman said in an interview with the Israeli news site Walla on Thursday that the Israeli settlements “are part of Israel.”"They (Israelis) are only occupying 2 percent of the West Bank," he said.Friedman added that the settlements have a high nationalistic, historical and religious significance.  ‘No change in US policy’US State Department spokeswoman Heath Nauert later said Friedman's remarks "should not be read as a change in US policy.""I'm aware of what he said," Nauert told reporters in Washington, DC. "His comments — and I want to be crystal clear about this — should not be read as a way to prejudge the outcome of any negotiations that th

presstv-'west emboldens israel to colonize palestine'

Palestine Liberation Organization has criticized the United Nations for censoring a report on Israeli crimes against Palestinians. On Friday, senior UN official, Rima Khalaf, resigned due to pressure by the UN chief to revoke her report, in which she had called Israel an apartheid regime.An activist says, “The imperial powers have always used the Zionist project to dominate the region from outside.”The Western governments are “providing economic, military, diplomatic and political support to Israel, which effectively enables Israel to continue the project of colonization” of Palestine, said Mick Napier, an activist of the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign from Edinburgh, Scotland.“Every government in the world .... considers the [Israeli] settlements to be illegal and a crime against

presstv-israeli troops kill palestinian man in nablus

Israeli forces have shot and killed a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.According to the Palestinian Health Ministry on Tuesday, 22-year-old Khaled Walid Tayeh died of a gun wound to the chest after being transported to hospital.Tayeh was shot during clashes with Israeli troops who had surrounded a local residency and were attempting to arrest several of its inhabitants.During the clashes, at least 40 other Palestinians were injured by the Israelis who were using live ammunition.Six of the injured are reported to be in critical condition due to gunshot wounds.               The Israeli military regularly opens fatal fire on Palestinians, accusing them of attempting to engage in violence against its forces.Human rights groups have repeatedly criticized the Tel Aviv re

presstv-will fatah break ties with the united states?

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump following the US recognition of Jerusalem Al Quds as Israel's capital.Talks between Israelis and Palestinians have been mired in failure in recent years as Israel continues to build settlements in the West Bank, an area viewed as the potential site of a future Palestinian state, and violence continues.Palestinian decision-makers have refused to meet Mr. Trump since his decision to move Israel's US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem Al Quds - a city claimed by both Palestinians and Israelis.

presstv-israelis steal olive pickings of palestinians

Israeli settlers have stolen the olive harvest of dozens of trees belonging to a number of Palestinian farmers from the occupied West Bank districts of Ramallah and Nablus. The incident occurred on Sunday, when scores of Israeli settlers stormed Palestinian lands in Ramallah and Nablus under the protection of Israeli military and stole olive pickings of 65 olive trees, Maan news agency quoted Ghassan Daghlas, an official who monitors settlements activity in the northern West Bank, as saying on Monday.He added that the looting occurred in al-Sawiyeh village of Nablus and al-Janiyeh village of Ramallah.PressTV-Israelis set olive trees ablaze in WBIsraeli settlers set fire to a Palestinian olive orchard, destroying up to 250 trees.In another incident in Nablus on Sunday, Israeli settlers atta

presstv-'israel ruining whatever important to palestinians'

Israel is pursuing Judaization of Jerusalem al-Quds in order to pave the ground for cleansing Palestine from Palestinians, says an activist.Israel has the project of “ethnically cleansing Palestine” through eliminating the presence of Palestinians and their memory in the occupied territories, Paul Larudee told Press TV on Sunday.To reach the goal, he said, “It is extremely important to Judaize Jerusalem” al-Quds.“The Israelis realize that they have to eliminate whatever is important to Palestinians in Jerusalem and the center of that is al-Aqsa [Mosque] and of course the Church of the Holy Sepulchre,” the activist of the Free Palestine Movement said.

presstv-unsc discusses 'palestinian question'

Susan ModaressPress TV, New YorkThe United Nations Security Council has held a meeting with a spotlight on the recent flare-ups between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Tensions erupted in the occupied territories after Israeli forces placed new restrictive measures on the Palestinians’ entry into the al-Aqsa mosque compound.Press TV’s Susan Modaress has filed this report from New York. 

presstv-trump says israel settlements 'complicate' peace hopes

US President Donald Trump has said Israel’s illegal settlements in occupied Palestinian territories have "complicated" the so-called peace process and urged "care" over the issue.In the interview with Israel Hayom newspaper, Trump also said he did not believe the Israelis, as well as the Palestinians, were ready to make peace.Israel Hayom is owned by American Zionist billionaire Sheldon Adelson, a Trump supporter and a backer of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Asked by daily when the US would present its peace plan, Trump said: "We will see what happens. Right now the Palestinians are not into making peace, they are just not into it. Regarding Israel, I am not certain it, too, is interested in making peace so we will just need to wait and see what happens."Asked whether Israeli s

presstv-west bank protesters burn effigies of trump, pence

Palestinian protesters have burned effigies of US President Donald Trump and US Vice President Mike Pence over the American administration's policies toward Palestinians.Trump announced at the World Economic Forum on January 25 that the US would withdraw aid for Palestinians if they did not resume the so-called peace talks with Israelis. Trump's policy on Jerusalem al-Quds also angered the Palestinians, prompting them to reject the US as an honest peace broker.(Source: AP)

presstv-palestinians up diplomatic action after knesset bill over al-quds

Fatima AbdulKarimPress TV, Jerusalem al-QudsThe Israeli Knesset has passed a bill further complicating the ceding of any part of Jerusalem al-Quds to Palestinians. Following the move, Palestinians stepped up diplomatic action against the decision. As our correspondent Fatima AbdulKarim says they plan to file a suit with the International Criminal Court.

presstv-trump’s bid to negotiate palestine deal ‘ridiculous’

Richard Silverstein, a journalist and political commentator from Seattle, tells Press TV that US President Donald Trump’s bid to negotiate a deal between Israelis and Palestinians is “ridiculous.”Silverstein believes the US president cannot broker a deal aimed at ending the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as he is “in the pocket of the Israelis.

presstv-israeli troops kill palestinian man in nablus

Israeli forces have shot and killed a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus.According to the Palestinian Health Ministry on Tuesday, 22-year-old Khaled Walid Tayeh died of a gun wound to the chest after being transported to hospital.Tayeh was shot during clashes with Israeli troops who had surrounded a local residency and were attempting to arrest several of its inhabitants.During to the clashes at least 40 other Palestinian were injured by the Israelis who were using live ammunition.Six of the injured are reported to be in critical condition due to gunshot wounds.               The Israeli military regularly opens fatal fire on Palestinians, accusing them of attempting to engage in violence against its forces.Human rights groups have repeatedly criticized the Tel Aviv r

presstv-us threatens to shutter palestine's dc office

The government of US President Donald Trump has threatened to close down the Palestine Liberation Organization’s office in Washington, DC, if it supports a Palestinian bid to prosecute Israeli officials at the International Criminal Court (ICC).According to a law passed by the US Congress, Palestinians would be stripped of the right to have a mission in the US capital if they support an ICC investigation of Israelis for committing crimes against them.Apparently, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson now thinks that Palestinian leaders have ran afoul of that law but it is up to Trump to make the decision, the Associated Press reported Friday, citing a State Department official.This means Trump has 90 days to consider whether the Palestinians are in "direct and meaningful negotiations with Israel

presstv-palestinians facing multi-pronged plight in gaza

Palestinians look at the damage at a Hamas military facility early on December 9, 2017, in the aftermath of an Israeli air strike in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip. (Photo by AFP)Palestinians are facing a multi-pronged plight in the Gaza Strip. Their scope of suffering includes a variety of hardships that have resulted from the closure of a sole border crossing to Egypt, a lack of medical facilities and adequate life essentials as well as the negligence of the international toward their status. And at the top of that is the deteriorating hostility by the Israelis.

us puts palestinians on notice: dc office may be shuttered - wfie-tv evansville

The Trump administration put the Palestinians on notice Friday that it will shutter their office in Washington unless they've entered serious peace talks with Israel, U.S. officials said, potentially giving President Donald Trump more leverage as he seeks an elusive Mideast peace deal. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has determined that the Palestinians ran afoul of an obscure provision in a U.S. law that says the Palestine Liberation Organization's mission must close if the Palestinians try to get the International Criminal Court to prosecute Israelis for crimes against Palestinians.Start the conversation, or Read more at WFIE-TV Evansville.

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