"This is the worst point that I've seen the PA since its creation," Ghaith al-Omari, former Palestinian National Authority negotiations adviser, tells Newsweek.
Israel needs divorce from the Palestinians much more urgently more than a wedding with Saudi Arabia.
The Israeli Supreme Court Israeli demonstrators are trying to protect rules in favor of the Israeli government and army when we turn to it for justice.
Jayapal's non-apology apology gives us a great insight into the "progressive" mindset of the Democrat's extremist left wing.
"China is deeply concerned about the escalation of conflict between Israel and Palestine," Chinese Embassy spokesperson Liu Pengyu told Newsweek.
After an IDF spokesperson said Jordan was "made aware" of the ongoing operation in Jenin, a Jordanian official tells Newsweek that is "totally false."
"The Israeli regime only responds to force," thus "Iran supports any request for assistance from the Palestinian resistance," Iran's U.N. Mission told Newsweek.
The cold reception of U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken in China this month contrasted sharply with the warm embrace received by Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas only a few days earlier.
The rock band's former leader tore into his critics, who have accused him of antisemitism, during a London concert.
In 1973 Israel's former Ambassador to the United Nations Abba Eban, referring to the Palestinians, said they "never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity."
Tensions in the region have been running high in recent weeks, and in 2021, the march sparked an 11-day war.
Apologists for the BDS movement have tried to shift attention from terrorist links by pointing to support for BDS from IGOs.
Washington, Beijing and Moscow have all called for de-escalation and urged restraint amid a series of escalations between Israelis and Palestinians.
China made a call for calm between Israel and Palestinians while placing an emphasis on Israel practicing restraint.
"We urge all parties to cease all actions across the Blue Line now," the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon said in a statement shared with Newsweek.
IDF spokesperson Richard Hecht called one of the largest waves of rocket attacks from Lebanon into Israel "a very serious event."
Both Israel's defenders and its critics need to allow for good-faith motives on the other side.
"We urge immediate action to prevent the further loss of Israeli and Palestinian lives," a draft of the letter obtained by Newsweek reads.
An IDF official told Newsweek that a "rise in weapons" and growing ties between militant groups and "lone wolves" are transforming Israeli-Palestinian violence.
While seven victims of a synagogue shooting in Jerusalem were buried, many media outlets reported on what was surely a heinous terror attack while carefully avoiding the word itself—terror.
"We're going to surprise Hamas," IDF Colonel Beni Aharon told Newsweek as the Palestinian group vowed "day and night to develop its combat capabilities."
In response to a tweet posted by Ortega, "The Times of Israel" recently published an article asking: "Jenna Ortega vs. Kanye: Whose antisemitic hate is worse?"
Having two extremists in charge of the occupied territories and Palestinian life is a green light to violent Israeli settlers and IDF soldiers.