He said Mr Cameron 'seems to have forgotten a few basic facts about Jerusalem'
Between 1 January and 15 February Israeli forces dismantled or confiscated 283 homes
The Foreign Office continues to warn of the dangers of procuring goods and services from the occupied territories
There was a time when David Cameron wanted everyone to get involved in hyper-local politics. But now he's decided he'd rather you didn't
As a Canadian of Palestinian-Armenian origin, I was forced to question the ethics of a company I'd already dedicated 15 years of my life to
One policewoman was critically wounded in the attack, Israeli police said
Palestinian authorities have complained to the travel website about rentals in Jewish settlements
In an exclusive interview with The Independent, she talked of her hopes for peace and the role of conscientious objectors
When she first saw her attacker he 'looked confused and lacking in confidence'
The road from Bethlehem to Hebron is already beset by clashes. Now a new West Bank settlement close to a troubled refugee camp will add fuel to the fire, Palestinians warn. Ben Lynfield reports from al-Aroub refugee camp
The suspects' defence lawyers say they gave false confessions under torture
Group publicises anonymous testimonies of soldiers to show 'moral price' of occupation and to bring it to an end
'A lot of what's happening is frustration... the frustration of people who see huge gaps between west and east Jerusalem'
The two men are reported to have tried to ram Israeli soldiers with cars as they raided Qalandia, to search for suspects and weapons
Israel insists Palestinian media is stoking the unrest that has left 19 Israelis, one American and 101 Palestinians dead since 1 October
The attacks come amid a two-month cycle of violence