Palestinians with permits to worship in Jerusalem were exempt and humanitarian access is allowed
'It is a huge mistake to trust evil Britain and the Great Satan [the United States],' Ayatollah Khamenei says following report's release
Three men were executed on Tuesday, after Hamas announced that 13 prisoners were to be killed
The boy's home was struck by fragments of an Israeli missile targeting a Hamas militant camp next door
On the 76th day of his hunger strike he had lost most of his sight and hearing abilities and could barely speak
The vehicle was paraded through Gaza City by the Al-Qassam Brigades as they commemorated militants' deaths
Peter Nesser gives a detailed analysis of the threat we face, while German-Egyptian political scientist Hamed Abdel-Samad traces Islam's fascist tendencies back to its founder
Isis was quick to understand a truth the West must now confront: that the national borders imposed by colonial powers 100 years go are becoming meaningless, says Robert Fisk
The head of the Conservatives’ Muslim outreach organisation warns otherwise they could be accused of being extremists
During her teenage years, Isra Al-Modallal was a schoolgirl in Yorkshire. She travelled from her home in Bradford, which she shared with her older brother, to Grange Technology College, two miles outside the city centre.
Israel has put on show what it calls a Palestinian “terror tunnel” running into its territory from the Gaza Strip and said it was freezing the transfer of building material to the enclave.
As the world pleaded for an end to the deadly violence in Egypt, Washington expressed its “deep concern” over events but declared that immediately to cut aid – worth some $1.5bn a year – to the Egyptian regime was “not in the best interests of the US”.
The UNRWA provides food aid and job creation schemes in the Palestinian enclave
A flawed, partisan portrait of the Israel Palestine conflict that misses an opportunity
Jordan's monarch hits out at US journalist as comments about several Arab leaders cause a stir
Rabbi Menachem Froman, who died on 4 March at the age of 68 after a long illness, was an Israeli settler known for his efforts to promote coexistence between Arabs and Jews. Froman, who served as the rabbi of the West Bank settlement of Tekoa, had ties to many Palestinian leaders. He was an outspoken opponent of attacks by Jewish settlers on mosques and often visited damaged holy sites with local Palestinian officials. He believed Israelis and Palestinians could live together peacefully.