About us | Contact us | Post your views    

 

Palestine News

US concerns Israel gives no recognition for churches, mosques

WASHINGTON, United States: The US State Department says Israel is recognizing Jewish sites only as religious sites but Christian and Muslim churches and mosques are not recognized by the Jewish state, and thus have no protection from future redevelopment by property developers.

Israelis encouraged to burn Christian texts

TEL AVIV: Police in Israel are investigating allegations that the deputy mayor of a Tel Aviv suburb organized the burning of copies of the New Testament before hundreds of students at a Jewish religious school, according to a justice official.  

Israel plans to destroy Al-Aqsa by fake tremor

AL-QODS: The head of the international Qods foundation (Gaza branch) has warned the Israeli occupation is intending to create an artificial earthquake in occupied Beit Ul Moqaddas through continuing to build tunnels under the city which would affect and destabilize the foundations of the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

40/100 victims of Zionist attacks are Children

HELD JERUSALEM: Latest studies indicate that about 40 percent of the victims of the Zionist regime's brutal attacks are children.

Israel fixes money in 08 budget to build 750 houses in WB

WEST BANK: In its 2008 budget, the Zionist regime has set aside money to build 750 homes in two settlements in the West Bank.

Continuing excavations near Al Aqsa mosque flayed

RABAT, Morocco: Islamic Educational, scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) has strongly slammed the ongoing excavations conducted by the Israeli occupation authorities in the precinct of the Al Aqsa Mosque.

Israel resumes digging near Jerusalem Holy Site

HELD JERUSALEM: Israel has decided to resume controversial archaeological excavations near the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem, a project which earlier this year sparked protests worldwide.

Report: Israel inters atomic wastes in WB

WEST BANK: The United Arab Emirates newspaper Al-Bayan revealed in its website on Friday the Zionist regime buries its atomic wastes in the West Bank.

Israel expels record number of Palestinians from Qods: Report

HELD JERUSALEM: A moderate Israeli human rights groups B'tselem revealed on Sunday that the Zionist regime has expelled a record number of Palestinians in 2006 from Qods.

Observe Year of Al-Qods, urges OIC

JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia: The Organization of the Islamic Conference, OIC, has made a fervent appeal to all Muslim countries, peoples, governments and organizations to declare this year (June 5, 2007 to June 5, 2008) the year of Al-Qods and Palestine.

Israel steals thousands of Palestinian, Egyptian antiquities

DUBAI: Online edition of the Emirate based Al-Bayan newspaper disclosed that the Zionists have robbed at least 40 thousand historical pieces from the holy Qods city in only six years since 1967.

Pals protest Israeli occupation on 67 war anniversary

RAMALLAH, West Bank: Marking the anniversary of the 1967 war on Tuesday June 5 that reshaped the Middle East in just six days, Palestinians and peace activists rallied against four decades of Israeli occupation.

British boycott bids alarm Israel

TEL AVIV: top ranking officials from Israel have voiced concern on Sunday over two initiatives in Britain to boycott Israeli universities and sanction trade with the Zionist regime because of its policies towards Palestinians.

Israel stops Muslim burials in Al-Qods graveyard

HELD JERUSALEM: Israel has been preventing Palestinians for several months from burying their dead in a Muslim cemetery at the foot of Held Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque.

“Israel fully aware occupation illegal”

LONDON, United Kingdom: A British daily reported Saturday that a secret memo proves that the Israeli government knew that its occupation of Palestinian land was illegal after it won the Six Day War in 1967.

World’s oldest monument not included on WH list!!!

HELD JERUSALEM: Approximately two kilometers away from Jericho’s city center lies Tel es-Sultan (Sultan’s Hill), the oval-shaped mound that the oasis of Jericho, the oldest city in the world, is famous for.

'Palestine, the Kingdom of Judah' … Latest ME peace plan

HELD JERUSALEM: Bin those tortuous peace plans and reach for your Bible: a two-state solution with an independent Palestine run by a Jewish king is one American tourist's vision of peace in the Middle East.

Stand up in defense of holy shrines, Pals Mufti urges Muslims

HELD JERUSALEM: Mufti of Jerusalem and occupied Palestinian territory Sheikh Mohammed Hussein has affirmed that Israeli aggressions against the Aqsa Mosque have escalated and became more violent.

Hebron turned into ‘ghost town’

WEST BANK: The Israeli government is forcing Palestinians from their homes and businesses in the West Bank city of Hebron, turning it into a "ghost town".

Muslims, Christians join hands to ‘save’ Al-Qods

DOHA, Qatar: In a rare show of unity, Muslims and Christians in Held Jerusalem have joined hands and launched a joint front to save the city from Israel's sinister plans to erase all signs of Arab history heritage.

Israel abuses prisoners: HRs groups

HELD JERUSALEM: In a report published on Sunday, two Israeli human rights groups have accused the security services of routinely mistreating Palestinian detainees.

Israelis ask PM to step down after war report

HELD JERUSALEM: Israeli legislators have called on Monday for Prime Minister Ehud Olmert to resign after a government inquiry blasted him for "serious failure" in handling last year's Lebanon war.

No peace without release … Pals march on ‘Day of Prisoners’

HELD JERUSALEM: To Palestinians, currently, 10,000 people in Israeli jails are political prisoners. They were held illegally by the Israeli forces.

UN advises Israel to halt work at Al-Aqsa

HELD JERUSALEM: Israeli media reported Wednesday that a United Nations report calls on Israel to immediately halt work at a Jerusalem holy site that has angered Muslims around the world,.

Israel expelling original settlers of Qods

AL-QODS: Head of Qods Social and Economic Center Ziyad al-Mehvari said the Zionist regime is forcefully expelling the original settlers of Qods from their homeland following a long-term scheme.

Petition to underscore sacred status of Al-Aqsa launched

DOHA, Qatar: Muslim clerics have launched a campaign on Tuesday to stop Israeli excavation work near Al-Aqsa Mosque in Held Jerusalem, vowing to collect one million signatures on a petition to the UN chief.

Hiding prayer room dig near Al-Aqsa angers Muslims worldwide

HELD JERUSALEM: A Muslim prayer room has been found underneath a ramp near Al-Aqsa mosque in Held Jerusalem. The disclosure, by Israeli government archeologist Yuval Baruch, has fueled new controversy over Israeli excavations at the site.

Leading writers from around the world insist Israeli boycott

LONDON, Britain: Over one hundred leading writers and artists from around the world expressed their support for a cultural boycott of the Zionist regime.

Israel illegally jailing Palestinian brood

WEST BANK: Over four-hundred Palestinian children from West Bank are suffering mistreatment in Israeli prisons, and violations of rights.

Targeting worship places a war crime - Israel razes 766-year-old mosque in Beit Hanun

WEST BANK: A 766-year-old mosque was also destroyed by Israel during its military strikes on the town of Beit Hanun in Gaza, which left 19 Palestinians including women and children dead.

Nasrollah slams Zionists massacre in Beit Hanoun

BEIRUT, Lebanon: Lebanon’s Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrollah has condemned the new Zionists' crimes against Palestinian people in Beit Hanoun in Gaza.

Arabs, Muslims flay 'Gaza massacre' of kids, civilians

CAIRO, Egypt: Israel's pre-dawn attack on Beit Hanoun in north Gaza which left 20 Palestinians including eight children martyred Wednesday has been slammed by Arabs and Muslims as an "ugly massacre".

Arab Israelis commemorate Kfar Kassem massacre

WEST BANK: Remembering the massacre of 49 Arab civilians 50 years ago, thousands of demonstrators waving black flags attended a rally in an Arab village in central Israel.

Nablus a dying, dead, a corpse city … Palestinians lament

NABLUS, West Bank: Dying, Dead, A corpse, Isolated from the world … That is how Palestinians describe the once thriving city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank.

West Bank settlements grow during war on Lebanon

HELD JERUSALEM: A watchdog group said that with media attention focused on the Lebanon war, Israeli wildcat settlement outposts in the occupied West Bank have mushroomed in recent months.

Over 4,000 martyred, 30,000 hurt in Palestinians Intifada

GAZA CITY: A report issued on the sixth anniversary of Palestinian Intifada said the Israeli Army martyred 4,348 Palestinians since the eruption of the Intifada in September 2000.

Israel violates border, says UN

BEIRUT, Lebanon: A spokesman for the United Nations peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon said Israel has violated the UN-drawn border it shares with Lebanon.

Israeli premier holds on to Syria's Golan Heights

HELD JERUSALEM: Ehud Olmert, Israeli Prime Minister, called the occupied Golan Heights an integral part of Israel and said he would never hand it back to Syria.

Jews reportedly vying to wrest Qods land

HELD JERUSALEM: Daily Al-Bayan reported Monday that American Jews are contesting to wrest lands in the occupied al-Qods, the first Qibla of world Muslims.

Amnesty warns Israel of constituting war crimes

LONDON, Britain: Amnesty International warned Israel that 'deliberate attacks by Israeli forces against civilian property and infrastructure in the Gaza Strip violate international humanitarian law and constitute war crimes'.

Nearly 1,000 Palestinian kids martyred during intifada

RAMALLAH: Palestinian health information center released a report revealing that 951 Palestinian children have been martyred by the Zionist regime's forces since the commencement of the second Al-Aqsa Intifada in 2005.

Israelis torture Palestinian detainees

WEST BANK: Palestinian detainees in the Zionist regime's Al Maskobiyya Prison in the occupied al-Qods are facing bad treatment, torture and are suffering from deteriorating mental and health condition, Palestinian Prisoners Society reported.

Red Cross admits Israel after 58 years

BRUSSELS, Belgium: The international Red Cross ended a 58-year deadlock within the global humanitarian movement by voting to admit Israeli and Palestinian relief agencies.

Israeli court rules against barrier course

WEST BANK: An Israeli court has ordered that part of the West Bank separation barrier be torn down after an appeal from two Palestinian villages.

Canada largest union boycotts Israel

ONTARIO, Canada: The Ontario wing of Canada's largest union has voted to join an international boycott campaign against the Zionist regime "until that state recognizes the Palestinian right to self-determination."

Pals slam Israeli attack on Bethlehem museum as breach of law

BETHLEHEM: Israeli Forces stormed "Al-Bad Museum" in Bethlehem causing critical damages, according to Palestinian official sources.

US block UN resolution forcing Israel to stop aggression

NEW YORK: Washington has blocked a UN Security Council resolution that would have urged Israel to stop its "excessive use of force" against the Palestinians.

Shiite organization formed in Palestine

WEST BANK: Formation of a new Shiite organization in Palestine named “Supreme Islamic Shiite Council” was announced on last Thursday on the territory of Palestine.  

Al-Aqsa mosque in high risk

HELD JERUSALEM: The General Mufti of Jerusalem and Palestine, Sheikh Ekrema Sabri, revealed the Israeli authorities have been secretly constructing a synagogue right beneath al-Aqsa Mosque.

Norwegian goods boycott causes fury in Israelis

OSLO, Norway: A Norwegian region’s decision to boycott Israeli goods has angered a leading Paris-based Zionist organization.

Artists join brushes against Israeli wall

NEW YORK: An exhibition of over 56 Palestinian, Israeli and American artists who combined pen, paint brush and camera, to protest against Israel's separation barrier ended on Thursday.

HRs orgs network says EU helps Israel violate human rights

BRUSSELS, Belgium: In its second annual report on EU-Israel relationship, Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network (EMHRN) said the European Union is facilitating Israel's violations of international human rights and humanitarian law by deferring to them in its own dealings with Israel.

Israel to turn wall into border

HELD JERUSALEM: The West Bank separation barrier that Israel is constructing will be a future border with the Palestinians, Israel’s Minister for Justice affairs Tzipi Livni said.

Israel damaging Al-Aqsa mosque

HELD JERUSALEM: Israel is weakening the walls that mark the boundaries of Al-Haram Ash-Sharif (The Noble Sanctuary) around Al-Aqsa mosque and those around the old city, and obstructing restoration work at the holy site.

Palestinians call for UN probe into Arafat's death

HELD JERUSALEM: A high-ranking Palestinian official has called for a United Nation investigation into the death of Yasser Arafat, reiterating allegations that the Palestinian leader was poisoned by Israel.  

Israeli, Pals groups file lawsuit to stop Israel sonic booms

HELD JERUSALEM: Human rights groups of Palestine and Israel litigated to compel the Israeli air force to stop causing sonic booms over the Gaza Strip, calling the practice "collective punishment" as it traumatizes children.

MORE ..

 
 

"Knowledge is better than wealth because it protects you while you have to guard wealth. it decreases if you keep on spending it but the more you make use of knowledge ,the more it increases . what you get through wealth disappears as soon as wealth disappears but what you achieve through knowledge will remain even after you."MORE ..

 

 

© 2005.Jafariya News Network. All rights reserved.