The Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group claimed the driver was one of its 'martyrs'
Ahmed Izz Halawa died on Tuesday after being detained at Juneid prison in Nablus
Human rights group calls incident an example of 'daily life' in occupied city
Officials planned to build homes after claiming the land was needed for military use
Prospects of two-state solution eroding, foreign powers warn, while also criticising Palestinian leaders for ‘consistently and clearly’ condemning terrorist attacks
The attacker broke into the family home in the settlement of Kiryat Arba in Hebron
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Investigation opened by miliary into boy's death
Arriving aboard a tour bus, accompanied by a former Israeli machine-gunner turned human rights activist, an international delegation of pretty famous writers came to the heart of this old city to see for themselves how 850 hardcore Jewish settlers, protected by 650 young Israeli soldiers, live among 200,000 angry Palestinians.
Jewish Human Rights Watch (JHRW) is seeking judicial review against Leicester City Council, Swansea City Council and Gwynedd Council
'It is a surprise to us that people care now,' Imad Abushamsiya tells The Independent
Palestinians claim Israeli restrictions on ‘imports’ to East Jerusalem are unfair
Chief executive vows to challenge ‘immoral’ government decision amid BDS tensions
Talia Sasson is not afraid to challenge the Israeli government even as it moves against NGOs like hers, she tells Ben Lynfield in Jerusalem
The Qalandiya camp has been a major flashpoint during the five-month wave of violence in Jerusalem
He said Mr Cameron 'seems to have forgotten a few basic facts about Jerusalem'