Ibrahim Husseini is The New Arab's correspondent based in East Jerusalem. Follow him on Twitter: @husseiniibrahim
According to an estimate by a Palestinian official, Israel has deducted nearly US$400 million, money needed to pay employees in Gaza.
EU to support Palestinian banking sector and businesses as economy contracts under the weight of war on Gaza and Israel's withholding of PA's tax revenues
The old bible passage has a long history of being used by militant, far-right Jewish groups to justify massacring Palestinians.
One Israeli woman was killed and at least 17 wounded in multiple car rammings in Ra'anana, central Israel.
The sit-in at the university has been going on for more than 3 weeks, and the students' demands bore "no relation to politics", said a student to local media.
The genocide case is widely regarded as a test for the applicability of international law towards a State often accused of acting above the law with impunity.
Hearings are expected in The Hague this week. South Africa is also seeking an emergency suspension of Israel's military campaign on Gaza.
The move comes as the government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu works to clamp down on the rights of Palestinian citizens of Israel.
Israel's assassination in Beirut of senior Hamas leader Saleh al-Arouri has been greeted angrily by Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza
An Israeli military court has given prominent activist Munther Amira four months of 'administrative detention' amid an ongoing campaign of arrests.