Palestine News

Gaza power crisis at its worst level

The Gaza Energy Authority said on Sunday that the power crisis plaguing the Gaza Strip is at its worst level with no clear electricity schedule and with only two hours of electricity provided for...

Israel bans Al-Aqsa Mosque imam from entering premises

JERUSALEM, PALESTINOW.COM  - Israeli authorities on Thursday extended an order banning Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, from entering Al-Aqsa Mosque for another four months. “Israeli police raided my home on Thursday and...

189 Gaza protesters injured by IOF in the weekly Great Return March

GAZA, PALESTINOW.COM -- Dozens of Palestinian citizens were injured on Friday when the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened fire at the Great March of Return protesters. Gaza Ministry of Health said that 189 Palestinians were injured,...

NY Times erases West Bank from map

PALESTINOW.COM -- The unexplained move by the newspaper, which has been accused of being pro-Israel bias, comes as Israel mulls annexing the occupied territory. As Israeli government mulls the annexation of the Palestinian occupied territory of...

Four Palestinian detainees continue hunger strike

RAMALLAH, PALESTINOW.COM -- Four Palestinian prisoners have been on open-ended hunger strike for several days in protest at their detention administratively, with no trial or indictment. The hunger strikers are Husam al-Razza and Mohamed Tabanja and...

Zionist officer who shot dead Palestinian teen only gets nine months in prison

AL-QUDS, PALESTINOW.COM -- The Jerusalem District Court today has sentenced an Israeli officer who shot dead a Palestinian teen only to nine months in prison. On Nakba day, 15 May 2014, Israeli officer, Ben Dery shot...