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Ziad Abu Ein died Wednesday after inhaling tear gas and being shoved by Israeli soldiers, witnesses said. His funeral was Thursday.
David Ward MP said: “[The] attack by Palestinians in Jerusalem [is] sickening madness - driven to madness by [a] failure of international community to deal with Israel.”
The current Conservative party chair, Grant Shapps, was criticised by former foreign office minister Sayeeda Warsi about an attack that led to the deaths of four rabbis in Jerusalem.
Israeli police have said there were no signs of foul play after the 32-year-old bus driver was found hanged in a Jerusalem depot. However, rumors have spread among Palestinians that he was attacked by a group of Jewish extremists.
Israelis are dusting off guns from storage fearing security forces can’t defend them from lone wolf attacks. Sheera Frenkel reports from the West Bank for BuzzFeed News.
Troops shot and killed the man during protests in the West Bank. And the Palestinian president accused Israel of starting a “religious war.”
Palestinian leaders say “we cannot contain this” after video spurs violent protests across northern Israel. BuzzFeed News could not independently verify the authenticity of the video.
A Palestinian motorist drove onto a crowded train platform on Wednesday in the most recent in a spate of attacks in Jerusalem. Officials said Border Police Chief Inspector Jidaan Asad, 38, died.
Tensions are high after the shooting of a controversial Jewish activist, but the tipping point still isn’t here. Sheera Frenkel reports for BuzzFeed News from Jerusalem.
The company says it’s a “purely commercial” decision that’s part of its overall restructuring plans. The decision comes as its U.S. business tanks, with revenues down 41% in the most recent quarter.
The former Conservative chairman, who quit the cabinet over the government’s “morally indefensible” stance on the issue, told BuzzFeed News that as many as 37 constituencies could be swung by the Muslim vote.
The House of Commons backed Palestine by a margin of 274 to 12 in a symbolic vote.
The two Palestinian suspects were allegedly killed during a shootout with Israeli Defense Forces in the West Bank.
The International Organization for Migration described Sunday’s incident as “the worst shipwreck in years.”
Philip Hammond has condemned Israel’s appropriation of nearly 990 acres of land near Bethlehem on Sunday.
Footage uploaded to YouTube shows an apartment building collapse after two bombs explode.
The business secretary announced last week that the government would end arms exports if military hostilities started again.
The Community Security Trust received 240 reports of anti-Semitism in the UK in July. “It’s the underlying anti-Semitism.”
Ceasefire negotiations between Israeli and Palestinian officials in Cairo have collapsed after a temporary truce was broken.
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The Irish senator called for an expulsion of the Israeli ambassador and condemned military attacks on schools in Gaza. “Israel’s policy is shoot first and weep after,” he said.
“When we left, we made sure there was nothing left standing, no resistance. That’s the only way to leave Gaza.”
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi resigned on Tuesday morning after calling the UK government’s policy on Gaza “morally indefensible”. But what exactly is government policy on the conflict?
Update: Google removed the Bomb Gaza game from its Play Store on Monday after it sparked criticism on social media. The game allows players to pilot an Israeli fighter jet attacking “terrorists” in Gaza.
A ceasefire scheduled for Friday collapsed less than two hours after it went into effect. Update: A soldier Israel said was abducted as the ceasefire fell apart actually died in battle, the military said early Sunday.
The bank has also warned two Muslim organisations, including a mosque, that their accounts will be terminated in 60 days.
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These Ramallah-based Americans started using Grindr and Tinder to meet people. Now they’re showing the world what people are saying.