Hundreds gathered in the West Bank community of Itamar to mark the first yahrzeit for the five slain members of the Fogel family.
A second Palestinian man was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences for the murder of five members of the Fogel family in a West Bank Jewish settlement.
A second Palestinian man was convicted in the murder of five members of the Fogel family in a West Bank Jewish settlement.
A second Palestinian man has pleaded guilty to the murder of five members of the Fogel family in a West Bank Jewish settlement.
A Palestinian man was sentenced to five consecutive life sentences for the murder of five members of the Fogel family in a West Bank Jewish settlement.
An Israeli military court convicted one of two Palestinians charged in the murder of five members of a West Bank Jewish family.
An Arab-Israeli crime mob planned to bomb a mosque in Jaffa and pass it off as an attack by right-wing settlers, police discovered.
Two teenage Palestinians from a West Bank village have been arrested in the murders of five members of the Fogel family in a West Bank Jewish settlement.
A few years ago, British poet and Oxford don Tom Paulin offered a view on what should be done to certain Jewish settlers. “[They] should be shot dead,” he told Al-Ahram Weekly. “I think they are Nazis, racists. I feel nothing but hatred for them.” As for Israel itself, it was, he said, “an historical obscenity.”
Two Jewish teens from Safed have been indicted for setting fire to two cars owned by Arab students. The teens were indicted Thursday for torching the cars as revenge for the murder of five members of the Fogel family in the West Bank Jewish settlement of Itamar. They deny the allegations.
Dozens of residents of a Palestinian village near the West Bank Jewish settlement of Itamar were detained by Israeli soldiers. The detained residents of Hawara village, located close to the West Bank settlement where five members of a single family were murdered two and a half weeks ago, were questioned, fingerprinted and given DNA tests, the Palestinian news agency Ma'an reported Tuesday.
The topic of the day-long conference was torture, and Palestinians were describing the horrific methods the Shin Bet used in prison to get information out of them. Photos and illustrations of these practices were shown on a screen. Human rights activists, Palestinian and Israeli, spoke at length and in detail about Israel’s routine use of torture against Palestinian prisoners.
You won’t want to look at the photos of the Fogel family, but you have to. You have to force yourself to look.
An Israeli security firm owned by a Danish company announced that it will stop supplying equipment to the West Bank. Hashmira, which is owned by G4S, made the announcement last weekend. According to Who Profits, a project of the Coalition of Women for Peace, the technology division of the company has provided equipment for Israeli-run checkpoints and terminals in the West Bank and Gaza, including scanning machines.
Photos from the funeral of the Fogel family, who were victims of last weekend's murder in the West Bank settlement of Itamar.
Glenn Beck on the Itamar Massacre
The Palestinian reaction to the grisly killings of five Israeli family members in the Jewish settlement of Itamar, on the West Bank, has prompted many Israelis to ask the same question of the Palestinians that the world often asks of the Israeli government: Are they really serious about peace? On the one hand, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas went on Israel Radio on Monday to condemn the March 11 killings of the Fogel family members, including a 4-year-old boy and a 3-month-old girl, as “despicable, inhuman and immoral.”
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called the killing of five members of a West Bank Jewish family "despicable," "inhuman and immoral." "A human being is not capable of something like that," Abbas said in Arabic during an interview Monday morning on Israel Radio. His words were translated into Hebrew by the interviewer.
It is fashionable when talking about the “peace process” to focus on hope—to try to nurture the moderate elements among our “peace partners” and constantly inject good faith and good will to keep the process moving “forward.”
Palestinians in an official ceremony named a town square in the West Bank after a terrorist involved in killing 37 Israelis.
West Bank settlers reportedly attacked Palestinian property in revenge attacks following the funeral of five members of a Jewish family fatally stabbed in a suspected terror attack in their home.