Palestinian lawyer and activist Diana Buttu talks about what the Israeli administration may have in mind about implementing the annexation plans, the impact of this on the two-state theory, the future of Palestinian Authority, and more.
Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly told his party colleagues that the annexation of parts of Occupied Palestinian territories and Jordan Valley would be delayed due to diplomatic and security considerations
In a series of tweets that also critiqued the silence of the British political class on the issue, Black Lives Matter UK declared that it loudly and clearly stood “beside our Palestinian comrades. FREE PALESTINE”
Two recent UN reports reveal the extent to which the Israeli regime has intensified systematic violence against Palestinians while it pushes forward with the ‘Annexation Plan’
UN secretary general António Guterres said that if implemented, the annexation plan would constitute a most serious violation of international law and grievously harm the prospect of a two-state solution
The protests in Jericho in the Jordan Valley were part of the Palestinian Authority’s popular initiatives against the annexation move by Israel. The UN peace envoy and representatives of Russia, China and EU attended the protest
On July 1, Israel is set to begin the annexation of as much as 30% of the West Bank. This move violates multiple international laws and treaties and has been met with widespread protests.
UN experts, in a joint statement on June 16, said the controversial Israeli plan to annex the Jordan valley and the illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank is illegal and would be a grave violation of the human rights of Palestinians
Palestinian prime minister Mohammad Shatyyeh reiterated PA’s rejection of the so-called Peace Plan proposed by US president Donald Trump, and said that the PA has devised a counterproposal
Massive protests broke out in Tel Aviv on June 6 against Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s plan to annex large parts of the occupied West Bank.
Several Palestinians suffered injuries as Israeli security forces attempted to violently suppress the protests using rubber bullets and tear gas canisters
Israel has occupied Palestinian West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza since 1967 and also built numerous illegal settlements, violating several international laws. It now plans to formally annex a large part of these territories