By Palestine Chronicle Staff Johannes Hahn, the Commissioner for European Neighborhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations, along with 18 delegates, have arrived in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday 14 June 2016. The few-hour-visit will include holding meetings with UN officials as well as ministers in the national unity government. The delegates opened a desalination water facility […]
Israel’s “Citizenship and Entry into Israel” provision was on Monday extended by Israel’s parliament, the Knesset. This provision prohibits Palestinians from the occupied West Bank and the besieged Gaza Strip from automatically obtaining legal status in Israel or East Jerusalem through family unions. The law prevents the granting of Israeli citizenship or residency permits to […]
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The Israeli minister of public security and the Israeli general prosecution agreed on Monday to return seven detained bodies of Palestinians to their families. The deadline for their release has not been confirmed as yet. Lawyer, Muhammad Mahmoud, submitted a petition to an Israeli court asking for the return of bodies of Palestinians who were […]
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Palestine Chronicle contributor, Tamar Fleishman was at the Qalandiya Checkpoint, linking the occupied West Bank to occupied Jerusalem on the first Friday of Islam’s holy month of Ramadan. Hundreds of Palestinians were turned back, denied entry to Jerusalem, thus prevented from praying at Al-Aqsa Mosque. She took these photos.
By Yara Eid – Gaza It all started when he asked my how old I am. I know it is a normal question and anybody could tell his or her age easily but it was the hardest for me. I froze for a while and kept thinking about that question. I asked myself, “Really how […]
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