Family of Palestinian boy disfigured in 2015 firebomb attack still seeking justice

An Israeli court sentenced to life imprisonment the Jewish settler behind the 2015 arsenal attack in the village of Duma in the northern West Bank, which killed three members of the Dawabsha family, but the family says the court’s decision is not enough.

Ahmad Melhem | Israeli-Palestinian conflict | Sep 20, 2020
al-monitor Family members and relatives of 18-month-old baby Ali Dawabsha view the remains of their house after a fire that was suspected to have been set by Jewish extremists, Duma, the West Bank, July 31, 2015. Photo by Oren Ziv/Getty Images.

Rockets rain from Gaza as Netanyahu speaks in Washington

Militants in Gaza fired a barrage of rockets at Israel’s southern towns while Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was speaking at the White House signing ceremony with the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.

Rina Bassist | | Sep 16, 2020

Ramallah meeting produces new Palestinian unity committee

The various Palestinian factions that took part in the unity meeting in Ramallah agreed to establish yet another body in the name of unified national leadership.

Daoud Kuttab | | Sep 16, 2020

Israel expands campaign to seize West Bank archaeological sites

Israel gave notice of seizure of two new archaeological sites in the West Bank, in an endless series of targeting such sites in Palestinian areas.

Ahmad Melhem | Archaeology | Sep 16, 2020

Second wave of virus ravages Israel's Arab population

According to health experts, weddings and conspiracy theories are behind the high number of new infections in Arab-Israeli society.

Afif Abu Much | | Sep 14, 2020