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Israel detains journalist Israeli forces detain several Palestinians including one journalist

Yazan Abu Salah, a journalist, was among the 20 people who were detained in raids conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Israeli forces also damaged several Palestinian homes, buildings and private property

Gaza deaths Israel kills three Palestinian youth in Gaza

While the Israelis have claimed that the three men had entered the country, evidence from sources in Gaza contradicts this assertion. One of the victims is reported to be a minor

Palestinian administrative detainee released after 116 days of hunger strike

Ahmad Zahran has been released after an agreement was reached between him and the Israeli prison administration

Israel's NSO group has confirmed that the Pegasus spyware has been sold to government agencies, Israeli court bans media from Pegasus spyware case trials

Israeli company NSO exports the Pegasus spyware, which has been used by governments across the world against opposition activists and journalists, including in India

Palestinian minor prisoners Protest forces Israel to relocate adult overseers with Palestinian minor prisoners

33 minor prisoners who had been transferred from the Ofer military camp and prison to solitary confinement in the Damon prison will be reunited with their adult caretakers

Ahmad Zahran Palestinian administrative detainee ends 116-day long hunger strike

Palestinian detainee Ahmad Zahran has agreed to go through a security interrogation, following which his long standing demand for an end to his illegal administrative detention will be considered by the court

Israel transfers 60 minor Palestinian prisoners to solitary confinement Israel transfers 60 minor Palestinian prisoners to solitary confinement

The move by Israel to place minors in solitary confinement has angered their adult overseers and evoked widespread criticism from Palestinian society and elsewhere

Israel continues to grab Palestinian land for building illegal settlements

In Qalqilya in the northern West Bank, Israeli security forces on Monday violently attacked a peaceful Palestinian protest march against the forceful seizure of land by Israel for the purpose of construction of illegal Jewish settlement near Qalqilya city.

The continuing ordeal of Ahmad Zahran

An Israeli court refused to release Palestinian administrative detainee Ahmad Zahran who has been on hunger strike for 109 days. The court said that an investigation into his release could not be conducted until he withdrew his protest

Illegal Jewish settlements Israel announces new illegal settlements in occupied Palestinian territory

Israel plans to construct close to 2,000 more settler housing units in occupied Palestinian territories, in contravention of international law. Currently, more than 650,000 illegal Israeli settlers live in these settlements

Israel-Jordan gas import Jordanians protest import of Israeli gas

The import of gas from Israel by Jordan has been staunchly opposed by several political and civil society sections in the country as a betrayal of the people of Palestine in an attempt to normalize relations with the Zionist state

Benjamin Netanyahu Netanyahu requests parliamentary immunity against criminal prosecution

The request for immunity by the Israeli prime minister came hours before the expiry of the deadline to apply for the same. Netanyahu was indicted on criminal charges, including bribery, fraud and breach of trust, in November 2019

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