"The US and Israel have absolutely committed unspeakable atrocities. Crack a history book," Jewish Voice for Peace Action tweeted.
While Israel has maintained that Hamas militants were operating inside the building, AP says they "have yet to receive evidence to support these claims."
A new coalition will end Netanyahu's long reign, but U.S.-Israeli tensions will remain over the fate of the Palestinians.
The people of the region are craving change, not least among them the Palestinian people, who are desperate for fresh leaders, leaders who can move beyond a rigid regime with an agenda that abuses the very people it rules.
On Sunday, police arrested twins Muna and Muhammad al-Kurd, who led a demonstration against attempts to evict Palestinian families from their homes in Sheikh Jarrah.
"Israel's horrific crime of killing the bud-like children, yet to be bloomed, is a severe challenge to the future of humankind and a crime against humanity," said the North Korea Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
"As highlighted by employees, the press and members of Congress, and as reflected in our declining app store rating, our users and community at large feel that we are falling short on our promise to protect open expression around the situation in Palestine," the letter said.
"All of this came from one Hamas rocket, one terrorist, who murdered a woman in Ashkelon," Cruz said at the end of the video he posted on Tuesday.
"Protecting our credibility is the same as protecting our journalists," said Associated Press managing editor Brian Carovillano.
Coronation Street actress Maureen Lipman resigned after the union put out the call encouraging participation in the a recent pro-Palestinian march in London.
New York City's mayor has promised that police will be out "in force in Jewish communities to protect people" amid an uptick in antisemitic attacks.
U.N. rights chief Michelle Bachelet said that rockets are indiscriminate between military and civilians and that their use "constitutes a clear violation of international humanitarian law." Israel's ambassador countered by saying Hamas' use of rockets "constitutes a war crime."
Goysplaining is not the only tool some progressives use to ignore antisemitism.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken promised to "rally international support" to rebuild Gaza during a meeting with leaders in the region on Tuesday.
Now that a ceasefire has been achieved between Hamas and Israel, it is important to draw some lessons from the conflict and decide how the next one can be prevented.
"I'm here to underscore the commitment of the United States to rebuilding the relationship with the Palestinian Authority and the Palestinian people," the U.S. secretary of state said after meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
In recent weeks, the neighborhood, along with Al-Aqsa Mosque, has come to represent a litany of alleged evils committed by the state of Israel.
Seventeen journalists in Gaza reported to the Associated Press that they had suddenly lost access to their WhatsApp accounts following the cease-fire announcement on Friday.
Love gives no one victory in battle; it lifts us above the battlefield.
Several local lawmakers in the Orthodox and Hasidic Jewish communities said the attackers allegedly demanded the teens chant phrases such as "free Palestine" before the assault.
"Please stand united against anyone who promotes hatred of any kind," Sanders tweeted.
Footage has gone viral online of a schoolgirl appearing to cut down the flag of Israel and replacing it with the Palestinian flag.
A chaotic scene unfolded Tuesday night after a group of apparent pro-Palestinian protesters brawled with diners at a sushi restaurant in L.A.'s Beverly Grove neighborhood.
The conflict between protestors and Israeli police occurred after Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa, which is a flashpoint holy site sacred to both Muslims and Jews.
A ceasefire has ended the latest Israel-Hamas violence, but Gaza residents will get little relief as a health crisis bears down on the enclave.
A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas was agreed on Thursday evening after 11 days of violence in the region.
President Joe Biden said that he believes "the Palestinians and Israelis equally deserve to live safely and securely and to enjoy equal measures of freedom, prosperity and democracy" on Thursday, just before a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas was set to take effect.
Less than a quarter of Israelis said they support a ceasefire as the violence continues.