Dozens of Israeli Jews entered two buildings in the centre of the Palestinian city of Hebron on Thursday, sparking violent clashes over disputed ownership claims, witnesses said. "A group of dozens of settlers accompanied by rabbis broke into a building on Shuhada Street,” Jawad Abu Eisheh, an activist with the local Youth Against Settlements group, told AFP. Shlomo Levinger, a settler in one of the buildings, told AFP they housed apartments and stores.
29 March, 2012 Israelis move into contested West Bank home Israeli settlers have moved into a contested home in a building in the Palestinian West Bank city of Hebron, residents and Israeli security forces said on Thursday.
14 November, 2016 Palestinians condemn Israel bill to legalise settler homes Palestinian leaders on Monday denounced an Israeli bill to legalise several thousand Jewish homes in the occupied West Bank, vowing to take up the issue at the UN Security Council. The settler bill had been pushed forward by Education Minister Naftali Bennett of the hardline Jewish Home […]
18 August, 2014 Egypt: No deal yet on Gaza cease-fire, more talks CAIRO (AP) — Egypt late Monday announced a 24-hour extension in talks between Israel and the Hamas militant group aimed at salvaging a long-term arrangement that would allow reconstruction of the Gaza Strip following a monthlong war that killed more than 2,000 people.
23 April, 2012 Israeli court orders settlers out of Hebron house An Israeli court has ordered a group of Jewish settlers to leave a house in the southern West Bank city of Hebron after ruling that their claim to ownership was false, court documents showed.