Road connecting the village of Beit Ur al-Fauqa and route 443 blocked by the army. Photo: B'Tselem
Route 443 - West Bank road for Israelis only
Route 443 used to be a major Palestinian traffic artery in the Ramallah District. Since 2002, Israel prohibits Palestinians to travel by car or foot on the fourteen kilometers of the roadway that lie in the West Bank .
Sharp rise in Israeli violence around the new settlement in Hebron
In the seven months since the establishment of the new settlement in the a-Ras neighborhood of Hebron, West Bank, there has been a noticeable increase in attacks by settlers and Israeli security forces on the neighborhood's Palestinian residents.
Video: High Court to state: reconsider freeze on family unification in the Territories
The State of Israel will inform its High Court of Justice within sixty days if it will change its policy, which prevents family unification in the West Bank and Gaza.
Video: Israel prevents Tel-'Adasa children from reaching school
Israel closed the Separation Barrier opening the children crossed to get to school in Bir Nebala. Their families have lived in East Jerusalem for decades, yet Israel does not recognize them as residents of the city or let the children study in East Jerusalem schools.
Border Police officer to be tried for beating Palestinians
The Department for the Investigation of Police informed B'Tselem that it intended to prosecute a Border Police officer on charges that he severely beat three Palestinian men at a flying checkpoint near 'Ajjul, a village in Ramallah District, in May of this year.