Palestinians have staged a protest against the now 15-year Israeli blockade on Gaza that crippled the territory's economy and living conditions.
Over 560 settlers stormed the site after Israeli police forced Muslim worshippers to evacuate the mosque’s courtyard, witnesses say.
Despite the gradual dwindling interest of international audiences, Israeli occupation forces have not rested in their ongoing displacement of Palestinians.
Before the demolition, Israeli soldiers stormed the home of Salhiya family and arrested over a dozen people, including family members.
Palestine Action group’s dogged campaign against Elbit, which sells drones to Israel, bears fruit as the firm sells Ferranti, one of its factories in the UK.
Video on social media appears to show the last few seconds of the incident, in which one of the officers continues to shoot at the 25-year-old when he is already lying on the ground.
Israel turned down Washington's request to reopen its consulate for Palestinians in Jerusalem to avoid bringing any legitimacy to the question of Palestinian statehood, experts say.
Israel is "destroying prospect of political settlement based on two-state solution through its illegal settlements in occupied West Bank," Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas tells UN General Assembly.
Protest were called to reject crippling Israeli blockade and seek reconstruction of besieged Gaza after recent 11-day Israeli aggression in May.
The tension on the Gaza border, which saw Israeli troops firing at Palestinian protesters, came exactly three months after Israel and Hamas reached a truce following their deadliest standoff in years.
Devastating Israeli airstrikes have worsened the living conditions of people in Israel-blockaded Gaza who rely on external humanitarian aid.
Not only is the competition a patriarchal relic of the past, the venue for this year's pageant is a stark reminder of the Israeli occupation.
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