October 5, 2010
A new video of an Israeli soldier belly-dancing around a bound and blindfolded female Palestinian prisoner was aired last night on Israeli television.
October 4, 2010
A mosque at the Palestinian village of Beit Fajar, north of the West Bank city of Hebron was set on fire early Monday.
October 3, 2010
The Palestinians want peace talks with Israel to continue, the American envoy said in Cairo on Sunday.
Egypt is backing the Palestinians' refusal to negotiate with Israel as long as it continue building activities in West Bank settlements.
Israeli policeman shot dead a Palestinian laborer in east Jerusalem.
October 2, 2010
The Palestinian leadership on Saturday called on president Mahmud Abbas to quit US-backed peace negotiations over Israeli settlement construction
September 30, 2010
An adviser to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Thursday that peace negotiations cannot continue without an Israeli decision to freeze settlement building activity
September 28, 2010
Israel's foreign minister on Tuesday callied for "a long-term intermediate agreement" with the Palestinians and land swaps.
Israeli warships on Tuesday intercepted a Jewish activist boat trying to reach Gaza Strip after it refused to heed calls to change course
An Israeli air strike in the eastern of the Gaza Strip has killed three activist belonging to the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad group.
September 27, 2010
The US administration on Monday said it was "disappointed" that Israel had ended a 10 month ban on settlement construction
In response to the end of Israel's freeze on settlement construction, exiled Hamas chief Khaled Meshaal has asked the Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas to stop peace talks.
Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu called on the Palestinians to continue direct peace negotiations despite an end to the ban on West Bank settlement construction.
September 26, 2010
A boat carrying Jewish activists from Israel, Europe and the United States left on Sunday a port in Cyprus heading to the blockaded Gaza Strip.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday called on settlers to "show restraint"