Jenin, Israel Newswire (Page 3)

Jenin, Israel Newswire (Page 3)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Jenin, Israel. (Page 3)

Results 41 - 60 of 381 in Jenin, Israel

  1. Israel denies cutting water supplies to West BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Al Jazeera

    Since 1967, Israel has limited the water available to Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip since its forces occupied the territories Israel's national water company has denied cutting crucial water supplies to large parts of the occupied West Bank during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, saying there was only broad reduction in water supply to the Palestinian territory. "As a result of the shortage of water supply in the West Bank ..., we have made a broad reduction of the supply to all residents in the area," utility company Mekorot told Al Jazeera late on Wednesday.


  2. West Bank Palestinians Without Clean Water After Israel Cuts Off SuppliesRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2016 | ThinkProgress

    Asma al-Hroub the daughter of Palestinian teacher Hanan al-Hroub wears a sweatshirt with a poster depicting her mother's victory and Arabic that reads "Palestine's olive tree, Hanan al-Hroub," while attending a welcome ceremony upon her mother's arrival back home, in the West Bank city Jericho, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. Tens of thousands of Palestinians in the West Bank are currently observing Ramadan without clean drinking water after Israel cut off water supplies.


  3. Israel 'cuts' water supplies to West Bank during RamadanRead the original story

    Jun 15, 2016 |

    Ramallaha, June 15 : Israel's national water company on Wednesday cut crucial water supplies to large areas of the occupied West Bank, leaving tens of thousands of Palestinians without access to safe drinking water during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Mekorot, the main supplier of water to Palestinian towns and cities, siphoned off water supplies to the municipality of Jenin, several Nablus villages and the city of Salfit and its surrounding villages.


  4. Senior defense official: Next battle with Hamas will be the lastRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Arutz Sheva Israel News

    A senior defense ministry source told defense reporters on Wednesday that Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has no political legitimacy, and vowed that in the next war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza the Islamist terror group would be overthrown. The official began with surprisingly harsh words for Israeli government policy.


  5. Israel cuts water supplies to West Bank during RamadanRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Al Bawaba

    A file photo of a Palestinian child drinking water from a working faucet in Gaza Strip amid a severe water shortage in the besieged territory. The Israeli water company Mekorot has closed the valves which supply major areas of the northern West Bank since the beginning of the month of Ramadan, giving priority to Israeli colonies while service to Palestinian cities, towns and villages is routinely reduced or cut off.


  6. Australia's richest man funds educational projects for Negev BeduinRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Jerusalem Post

    The Jerusalem-based Triguboff Institute is partnering in various projects including the establishment of an elite Negev Beduin co-ed high school that is set to open in September. Jewish billionaire businessman Harry Oscar Triguboff, the richest person in Australia, established an institute in Israel in 2011.


  7. Hypocrisy: Robert Fisk Bemoans Reporting of "False Atrocities"Read the original story

    Jun 9, 2016 | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    Notorious anti-Israel polemicist Robert Fisk has a rich history of reporting Israeli military actions as atrocities and war crimes, so it's worth taking a closer look at what he has to say about reporting of "fake atrocities" in his latest opinion piece in The Independent, where he asks the question: In 1982, for example, Israeli journalists claimed they had found evidence that Palestinian guerrillas in southern Lebanon had established a clinic in which civilians were killed so that their blood could be drained - in order to supply blood transfusions for wounded Palestinian guerrillas. The story collapsed with days.


  8. Today, in the modern world, the #1 expert to talk to is... the lifeguard at the beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | The Jewish Press

    Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky will give a special "Me Shebeirach" blessing on Shavuos to all those who donate to Kupat Ha'ir. I would imagine that in most parts of the world, if you want to know what is happening, you need to read the newspapers and talk to experts.


  9. Israeli forces arrest 16 Palestinians in West BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2016 | The Peninsula

    Ramallah: Israeli occupation forces early Wednesday arrested 16 Palestinians in various West Bank cities, according to a Palestinian source. The Palestinian Prisoner Club said in a statement that the Israeli soldiers stormed the cities of Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron, Tulkarem and Jenin and arrested 16 locals claiming they are wanted by the occupation authorities.


  10. US opposes settlements and outsiders imposing solutions, national security chief saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | The Jewish Journal

    National Security Adviser Susan Rice speaking to the American Jewish Committee's annual Washington conference on June 6 2016. Photo by Ron Sachs/JTA The Obama administration will continue to object to Israeli and Palestinian unilateral actions, National Security Adviser Susan Rice said, while also resisting outside attempts to impose a solution.


  11. Rice: U.S. opposes settlements and outsiders imposing solutionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | New Jersey Jewish News

    The Obama administration will continue to object to Israeli and Palestinian unilateral actions, Susan Rice said, while also resisting outside attempts to impose a solution. Rice, the U.S. national security adviser, told the American Jewish Committee 's annual Washington conference on Monday that "we continue to strongly oppose Israeli settlement activity."


  12. Jenin village sealed, IDF declared - closed military zone'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2016 | Al Bawaba

    Israeli forces Thursday declared the village of al-Taybeh west of northern occupied West Bank district of Jenin a closed military zone, according to the Palestinian news agency WAFA. Israeli soldiers stormed the village and declared it a closed military zone, local sources told WAFA, before carrying out a large-scale raid in the community.


  13. Titanic legal battle - meet prosecution, defense in Hebron shooter trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Jerusalem Post

    In many ways it symbolizes a much broader struggle over Israeli identity as the country decides how to confront the ongoing Third Intifada. The Hebron shooter trial may be the most important trial of our era, even surpassing that of former prime minister Ehud Olmert.


  14. Elkin plays down Israel's ability to influence who succeeds PA presidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Jerusalem Post

    The Netanyahu government would not allow PA elections in east Jerusalem and the Palestinians would not go forward with a vote without them. At a conference Wednesday on "The Day After Abbas," Jerusalem Affairs Minister Ze'ev Elkin played down Israel's ability to influence the successor to the Palestinian Authority presidency, saying that Israel cannot shape the Middle East to its will.


  15. Filmmaker pays homage to Gaza with biopic on singing heroRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Raised in a refugee camp in the ramshackle Gaza Strip, singer Mohammed Assaf emerged as a symbol of Palestinian resilience as he persevered to win the "Arab Idol" television contest. In a biopic about Assaf's against-all-odds rise to stardom, filmmaker Hany Abu-Assad has strived to create a similar sense of pride, this time for cinemagoers.


  16. Shooting 'The Idol' in Gaza was risky business for directorRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2016 | Los Angeles Times

    Making a film is never easy, but director Hany Abu-Assad faced challenges and risks that went well beyond the norm when he shot "The Idol" in Gaza. "I had to deal with the Israeli military, the Palestinian Authority and Hamas," Abu-Assad said of his new film about the unlikely winner of the singing contest "Arab Idol."


  17. West Bank: Israeli occupation forces detain 24 Palestinians in overnight raidsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | Al Bawaba

    Israeli soldiers look on during a crackdown on Palestinian Birzeit University students outside the Ofer prison near Ramallah on 13 February 2012. Israeli forces detained an estimated 24 Palestinians , including a former minister, during predawn detention raids across the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, locals and Palestinian security sources said on Wednesday.


  18. 'We are the generation that will return to Palestine'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | Al Jazeera

    Palestinian youth hailing from refugee camps across historic Palestine and Lebanon have launched a joint campaign to commemorate the 68th year since Nakba - or the "catastrophe" that befell the Palestinian people when Israel proclaimed statehood in 1948. Titled #Campaign68, the initiative is distinctive for its unprecedented level of coordination across camps in the West Bank, Gaza, Jerusalem, the 48 territories and Lebanon, where activities are being held in conjunction with one another.


  19. IDF confiscates a 'dragon' musket in West BankRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | The Times of Israel

    Israeli troops arrested 16 Palestinian suspects in raids around the West Bank Tuesday night and seized what appears to be an antique muzzle-loaded blunderbuss from a village in Hebron, the army said. Two of the detainees have been accused of being members of the Hamas terror organization, while the rest are suspected of so-called popular terrorism, a catch-all term used by the Israel Defense Forces for rock throwing, violent demonstrations and other minor offenses.


  20. Don't Give the Fox the Keys to the HenhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2016 | The Jewish Press

    The Oslo accords divided Judea and Samaria into areas A, B and C. Area C, where most settlements and few Arabs are, was placed under complete Israeli control. Area B, strategic areas with large Arab populations and the smallest of the three, was under Palestinian Authority civil governance but remained under Israeli security control.