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Ibrahim Husseini

Ibrahim Husseini

Ibrahim Husseini is The New Arab's correspondent based in East Jerusalem. Follow him on Twitter: @husseiniibrahim

The Jahalin, a Bedouin clan, lived in Tel Arad in the Naqab desert until Israel expelled them in 1951. They've been living near Jerusalem ever since but now Israel wants them to "relocate."

23 January, 2023

Sixty-five-year-old Palestinian prisoner Maher Younes returned home after spending 40 years in Israeli jails.

19 January, 2023

A large delegation of foreign diplomats met with Palestinian and Islamic Awqaf officials at the Al-Aqsa Mosque/ Haram al-Sharif in an apparent show of support for upholding the status quo and Jordan's custodianship of holy sites in occupied Jerusalem

18 January, 2023

The Israeli police have blocked the Jordanian ambassador's entry to the Al-Aqsa Mosque on Tuesday, claiming the visit wasn't coordinated in advance, sparking a diplomatic incident. The Jordanian ambassador refuses to wait and leaves in protest.

17 January, 2023

Fatemeh Salem, 74, and her family have been fighting off forcible transfer from their home for years after the Israeli courts ruled in favour of ownership claims laid by Jewish settler groups.

16 January, 2023

Aoudallah, a lecturer at Bir Zeit university, believes the remains belong to Ottoman and Imperial German soldiers killed in battles against the invading British armies in 1917 during World War I

12 January, 2023

Lord Ahmad's visit was preplanned but gained importance after Israel's Itamar Ben Gvir entered the Muslim holy site, prompting wide condemnations from around the world.

12 January, 2023

The bill was first adopted in 1967 after Israel occupied the West Bank. It addresses the legal status of Jewish settlers living in the occupied West Bank by maintaining their Israeli citizenship and rights, although they live beyond the green line.

10 January, 2023

Adalah, the legal centre for Arab minority rights in Israel, criticised the measure calling it in line with the current government's "explicit denial of the right to self-determination."

09 January, 2023

Karim Younes made his way to his hometown of Ara on Thursday after serving 40 years in Israeli jails. The 63-year-old remained behind bars longer than any other Palestinian prisoner.

05 January, 2023