Palestinian, Israeli activists protest against Israeli-only road

Palestinian, Israeli and international protesters take part in a demonstration against a newly opened road in the occupied West Bank. Route 370 in the Jerusalem area consists of two separate roads, one used by Palestinians and one by Israelis, divided by a wall, leading the Palestine Liberation Organisation to label it an “apartheid road.”

Palestinians dressed as Santa Claus protest in Bethlehem

Palestinian activists dressed as Santa Claus and carrying Palestinian flags protest near an Israeli military checkpoint in Bethlehem. They distribute sweets to Palestinians working in Israel who are crossing the checkpoint back to Bethlehem.

Destruction at the Al-Aqsa TV after overnight Israeli strikes

Palestinians look at the destruction of the buildings which housed the Hamas-run television station Al-Aqsa TV and the Hamas internal security HQ after overnight Israeli air strikes which pounded alleged Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip while barrages of rockets were fired from the Palestinian enclave towards Israel.

Palestinians in Syria’s Yarmuk yearn for outside help

After years of fighting, crippling siege and bombardment, what was once the Palestinian diaspora’s largest urban settlement in southern Damascus has been reduced to a sea of debris. Former residents of the Palestinian camp of Yarmuk are desperately counting on help from abroad to help raise the once-bustling neighbourhood back out of the rubble.

Palestinian team braves pollution to dive into Gaza waters

On one of the world’s most polluted coastlines, 30 young Palestinians dive head first into the sea off the Gaza Strip, their minds filled with dreams of Olympic glory.

Israel freezes demolition of Bedouin village: Reactions

Palestinians react to Israel’s decision to halt the expected demolition of the Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar. The surprise move, which came as Israeli forces were completing preparations for the evictions and demolition of Khan al-Ahmar, raised the ire of Netanyahu’s right-wing coalition partners, while the village’s Palestinian residents remained sceptical that an amicable solution was possible.