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US & Canada · Jerusalem

Review suggests Israeli fire killed reporter, no final word

47% Center coverage: 40 sources
A reconstruction by The Associated Press lends support to assertions that the veteran Palestinian-American reporter was killed by Israeli fire. Any conclusive answer is likely to prove elusive because of deep distrust between the two sides. See the Story
US & Canada · West Bank

Israeli forces kill Palestinian teen in West Bank clashes, Palestinian health ministry says

50% Right coverage: 18 sources
The Palestinian health ministry says Ghaith Yamin was wounded by a gunshot to the head. The clashes erupted when Jewish worshipers, escorted by the military, arrived at a shrine. Israeli authorities say they have foiled a wide-ranging plot by Palestinian militant Hamas group.See the Story
LRT · Jerusalem

Israel says 5 Palestinians arrested in alleged attack plots

43% Left coverage: 7 sources
Israeli authorities say they have foiled a wide-ranging plot by Palestinian militant Hamas group. Five Palestinian men from east Jerusalem had been arrested for allegedly planning a shooting attack. Authorities said a drone was found, intended to be armed and used in an attack on Jerusalem's light rail system.See the Story
Middle East

Israeli court upholds ban on Jewish prayer at Al Aqsa compound

100% Left coverage: 3 sources
Al Aqsa mosque compound is in Jerusalem's Old City and at heart of Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Under a decades-old "status quo" arrangement with Muslim authorities, Israel allows Jews to visit on condition they refrain from religious rites. Three Jewish youths who received a restraining order after praying at the site successfully challenged the police decision.See the Story
Middle East · Israel

Israel bans member of European Parliament from visiting Palestine

60% Right coverage: 5 sources
A planned visit by a European Parliament delegation to Palestine was canceled. Israel denied the delegation entry, the official Palestinian news agency WAFA reported. Manu Pineda, President of the Delegation for EU-Palestinian relations in the European Parliament, said that the mission he was going to lead to Palestine, including a visit to the Gaza Strip, was canceled after Israel did not allow his entry.See the Story
Hezbollah · Palestine

Nasrallah: Violating Al-Aqsa Mosque will cause explosion in the region

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Hassan Nasrallah, Secretary-General of Lebanon's Hezbollah movement, said on Wednesday that violating Al-Aqsa Mosque will cause an explosion in the region. He made his comment in a speech on the anniversary of the liberation of southern Lebanon from Israeli occupation forces. Israeli authorities raised the state of alert in the occupied Palestinian territories, coinciding with the provocative Flag March that settlers plan to organize in occupied Jerusalem next Sunday.See the Story
Middle East · Israel

Israel legalises settlement outpost in Hebron

100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Israeli Civil Administration legalized on Tuesday a Jewish-only settlement outpost built on Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank. Israeli human rights movement Peace Now estimates that about 666,000 settlers live in 145 large settlements and 140 outposts. International law considers the West Bank and Jerusalem the occupied territories, and all settlement activities there are illegal.See the Story
Opinion

[Opinion] Perilous Journey of a Journalist: The Murder of Shireen Abu Akleh

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
The killing of Al Jazeera journalist, Shireen Abu Akleh on May 11, is one more chapter of the 74-year-old Palestinian Nakba (catastrophe) The West rejected Russian inculpability, did not demand a joint investigation, and requested the International Court to investigate Russia's war crimes.See the Story
Middle East · Palestine

Israeli Commanders Call on Israeli Government to Cancel 'Flag March'

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Former senior security officials from the Israeli army, Mossad, Shin Bet and Israel Police called for the Israeli government to review the route of the Flag March. The Flag March sees far-right Israeli ultra-nationalists flooding through Palestinian areas celebrating the occupation of East Jerusalem by Zionist forces.See the Story

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