5 hrs ago
Inter Press Service
Walking Tours Connect Palestinians to Their Past
The view from the Al-Qatrawani shrine, a stop along the Sufi Trail in the village of 'Atara in the West Bank.
9 hrs ago
Kerry to attend Syria talks on May 22 during ME visit
US Secretary of State John Kerry will attend talks on Syria in Amman on Wednesday, the State Department said, as major powers try to bring the Syrian government and opposition to peace talks in June.
13 hrs ago
This Week in Palestine, May 10th, 2013
Welcome to this Week in Palestine, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, http://www.imemc.org , for May 4th to the 10th 2013.
Thu May 16, 2013
24 HOURS: 10 STUNNING moments from around the world
We present some of the most dramatic photographs clicked across the globe in the last 24 hours.
Another Tack: While we keep kvetching
The wardrobe adaptability of the Emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani is very telling.
Abbas, Morsi to advance Fatah, Hamas reconciliation
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Thursday held talks in Cairo with Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on efforts to achieve unity between Fatah and Hamas and resume peace talks with Israel.
A ring of truth
Man without a Cell Phone Hebrew title: Ish le lo selulari Directed by Sameh Zoabi.
Israel to authorise new settlement
It comes just days before the United States Secretary of State John Kerry is due to meet the Israeli and Palestinian leaders to discuss restarting peace talks.
Wed May 15, 2013
Clashes in W. Bank and J'lem as Palestinians mark Nakba Day
IDF says 50 Palestinians throwing stones at Kalandia checkpoint, soldiers using crowd dispersal methods, Palestinian new agency reports several wounded; right wing activists reportedly attempt to enter Temple Mount.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Palestinians mark their 1948 displacement
People hold torches as Palestinians hold a rally to commemorate the 1948 creation of the Israeli state, known in Arabic as "Nakba Day," or "Day of the Catastrophe" in the West Bank town of Bethlehem, Tuesday, May 14, 2013.
Tue May 14, 2013
Caught on Tape: Israeli police attacking Egyptian Bishop Anthansius
Maariv has published a video clip showing the assault of the Israeli police in Jerusalem against Bishop Anthansius of the Egyptian Orthodox Church in Ramallah last week.
Times of Oman
It is show time folks! Enjoy the new farce
There is nothing new in the script and it once again follows the cliche. There is a new Secretary of state in the United States and he is enthusiastic.
Video shows Jerusalem Police assault elderly priest
The six-minute video clearly depicts the highly-publicized assault on the 85-year-old head of the Coptic Church in Ramallah.
Ma'an News Agency
Palestinians mark Nakba day in West Bank
Millions of Palestinians on Tuesday will join rallies and activities in the West Bank and abroad to commemorate the eve of Nakba day, an organizing committee said.
Mon May 13, 2013
Senior UN official: - Settlers are whacked out'
Last week, on a student tour of the UN Human Rights Office in Ramallah, Deputy Head of Office Saul Takahashi made a number of alarming comments about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Labor MKs upset Yacimovich didn't take them to Abbas
Labor MKs expressed frustration with party leader Shelly Yacimovich on Monday for going on her own to Ramallah on Sunday to meet with Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas for the first time since she became opposition leader.
Sun May 12, 2013
The Times of Israel
Revealed: Netanyahu's secret talks with the Palestinians
More than two years ago, the Times of Israel reports here for the first time, top PLO official Yasser Abed Rabbo held a series of meetings with the PM's peace envoy, Yitzhak Molcho, and ultimately met at length with Netanyahu himself, to discuss new negotiations.
Inter Press Service
No Escape for Palestinian Women Forced into Prostitution
There, Palestinian women are being exploited and ruined, with no hope of being accepted back into society.
A Palestinian shouts as he holds a Fatah flag at the funeral of terrorist Maissara Abu Hamdiyeh.
Following a meeting in Ramallah late Saturday, members of the council also welcomed US efforts to revive the peace process with Israel.