Judge proposes compromise to settle dispute over home ownership with Israeli settlers in Sheikh Jarrah Palestinian residents of the occupied East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah facing forcible eviction from their homes have been offered a compromise deal with Jewish settlers by Israel’s supreme court, in an unexpected development in the high-profile case.
Israel’s top court proposes Sheikh Jarrah residents can stay in their homes in ‘compromise’ solution
The compromise, that would see residents offered ‘protected tenant’ status, ended in a deadlock with the attorney general requesting more time to consider the cases Israel’s top court has proposed that Palestinian residents of Sheikh Jarrah facing expulsion in occupied East Jerusalem be allowed to stay in their homes under a “protected tenant” status, meaning they would have to accept Israeli ownership of the land and pay rent to a settler association.
Israel’s Supreme Court has floated a compromise that would prevent the evictions of dozens of Palestinian residents in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah Israel's Supreme Court on Monday floated a compromise that would prevent the evictions of dozens of Palestinians in the east Jerusalem of Sheikh Jarrah, where attempts by Jewish settlers to expel them from their homes helped spark an 11-day war between Israel and Gaza militants in May.
From an authentic Palestinian restaurant run by refugees to a traditional ice cream parlour, Darina Allen reveals her favourite local spots For Darina Allen, founder of the legendary Ballymaloe Cookery School in Co Cork, the past year has been as busy as ever. Having kept the local community supplied with produce from its 100-acre farm throughout lockdown, the school and restaurant at Ballymaloe House are back up and running, and Allen herself has been busy working on a cookbook, How to Cook, out in September.
Israel's highest court is considering a key legal case that involves Palestinians who face losing their homes in a part of Jerusalem they have lived in for decades. The fate of the families in the Sheikh Jarrah area - and others threatened with eviction in East Jerusalem - has led to weeks of protests and clashes.
SUPPORTERS from Swindon turned out to welcome 200 cyclists taking part in the Big Ride for Palestine. The group arrived at Regent Circus en route from Bristol to London and were greeted with banners, placards and Palestinian flags as the crowd chanted ‘solidarity’ and listened to speeches.
Why the cancellations of elections and the death of a prominent activist are fuelling tensions in West Bank It was supposed to be a peaceful gathering outside a police station in Ramallah, where the relatives of six people arrested for protests against the Palestinian leadership were anxiously awaiting their release.
Palestinian protesters have clashed with Israeli forces following the funeral of a Palestinian man killed by the Israeli army in the occupied West Bank the previous day Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli forces on Friday following the funeral of a Palestinian man killed by the Israeli army in the occupied West Bank the previous day.
Our picture editors bring you the best images of the day Palestinian mourners cry while taking the farewell look at the body Shaukat Awad during his funeral in the West Bank village of Beit Ummar, near Hebron. Israeli troops shot and killed the 20 year old Palestinian man, Palestinian health officials said, during clashes that erupted in the occupied West Bank following the funeral of a Palestinian boy killed by army fire the previous day.
Boy’s family say he was shot in the chest after Israeli troops opened fire on car The fatal shooting of a Palestinian boy in the occupied West Bank is to be investigated by the Israeli military. Palestinian officials said the boy, 12, was killed by Israeli army forces as he travelled in a car.
Edinburgh University is investigating a PhD candidate who has been accused of racially abusing a woman online. Let us know what you think and join the conversation at the bottom of this article. The dispute began when Shazia Amjed responded to a Facebook Marketplace post in Bogdan Nita’s name on June 24 hoping to buy a basket for a craft project.
Image source, Reuters The Israeli military is investigating the death of a 12-year-old Palestinian boy in the occupied West Bank. Palestinian officials said Mohammed al-Alami was shot by Israeli soldiers while travelling in a car with his family near Beit Ummar on Wednesday. The military said troops fired at a car they thought was involved in suspicious activity and failed to stop.
HRW report focuses on three Israeli strikes that killed civilians during Gaza war Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas carried out attacks that could amount to war crimes during the latest round of hostilities in the Gaza Strip, a report from Human Rights Watch has found. The international rights watchdog’s investigation, published on Tuesday, focused mainly on three Israeli airstrikes that killed scores of civilians in areas where “there were no evident military targets”.
Activists say Lifta, abandoned during the 1948 war, must be preserved in the face of Israeli construction plans Wed 28 Jul 2021 10.19 EDT Last modified on Wed 28 Jul 2021 10.25 EDT The ancient Palestinian village of Lifta sits on a quiet hillside minutes from Jerusalem’s bustling modern centre.
First comes the warning call – then the race to evacuate. Residents of a Gaza apartment block recall the frantic minutes before their homes to were turned to rubbleWarning: this interactive contains audio, photos and videos that some may find distressing This piece is best experienced with sound
Palestinian health officials say a man was shot and killed by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank Palestinian health officials said a man was shot and killed on Tuesday by Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank. The Israeli military said the man approached troops wielding an iron bar.