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# Israel Palestine

This year
Biden expecting Iran to attack Israel but warns it won't 'succeed', as IDF pounds Gaza
Thousands take part in pro-Palestinian demonstration in Dublin
Martin: Ireland has 'no plans' to suspend funding to UN Agency after alleged Hamas collusion
The UN Relief and Works Agency said Israel had provided the agency with information about the alleged involvement of several employees in the 7 October attack.
Death toll from Israeli campaign in Gaza passes 26,000 with more than 180 killed overnight
'Intensive' phase of conflict in south Gaza 'will end soon', Israeli defence minister says
Gaza’s health ministry said Israel struck two hospitals, a girls’ school and “dozens” of homes overnight.
Five-year-old girl dies after suspected Israeli tank shell struck NGO shelter in Gaza
Last year
Death toll from Israeli assault on Gaza passes 21,000 as IDF says war will go on for months
UN 'gravely concerned' by Israeli strikes on central Gaza as Netanyahu doubles down
The WHO reported “harrowing” accounts of Israel’s attacks on Gaza on 24 December.
Netanyahu wrote in the Wall Street Journal that the Israeli state will not stop with its assault.
The UN Human Rights Office said all attacks had to adhere to international humanitarian law.
The WHO detailed how one Gazan child lost her whole family from one airstrike.
Fears of major global trade disruption because of attacks on Red Sea cargo ships
Fresh Israeli bombardment of Gaza as Hamas and Islamic Jihad launch rockets into Israel
'It's not just Ursula von der Leyen, it's broader than her': Irish MEPs on European politics failing
'It's the worst feeling': Palestinian family in Ireland fear for daughter trapped in North Gaza
What we know about the hostages taken by Hamas in the Gaza Strip and the efforts to free them
France orders ban on all pro-Palestinian protests
What's known about the claim that 40 babies were beheaded by Hamas in Israel?
'People were dying all around': How a massacre unfolded at Israel music festival
People Before Profit and SocDems seek emergency Dáil debate on situation in Gaza and Israel
Two men arrested during protest at Israeli Embassy in Dublin
Tom Clonan: International community needs to intervene to stop a catastrophe in the Middle East
Tom Clonan
Ireland, Israel and Palestine: how politics and history have created a complicated relationship
'It matters to me personally': Micheál Martin sought to make hope and history rhyme in Israel
Micheál Martin heads to Israel and Palestine to discuss politics and human rights in the region
Israeli troops kill Palestinian man in renewed clashes in occupied West Bank
All time
Israel demolishes family home of Palestinian-American blamed for West Bank killing
Israel seeks renewal of controversial family unification ban against Arab citizens
Israel strikes in Gaza in first attack since May fighting
UN human rights body orders probe of 'systematic' abuses in Israel, Palestinian areas
Biden to restore $235m in US aid to Palestinians, reversing Trump
Opinion: There really is no excuse for a new Government not to pass the Occupied Territories Bill
Duncan Casey
Opinion: A vote for change in Ireland, a welcome vote for Palestinians
Mona Sabella
Government told that Occupied Territories Bill could affect immigration status of Irish in US
'This will be tricky': Diplomacy at RTÉ after public urged broadcaster to boycott Eurovison 2019
Opinion: The government should reject the bill to boycott Israeli goods produced in the West Bank
Ophir Kariv
Opinion: The government should be brave and stand on the right side of history with the Occupied Territories Bill
Niall Collins TD
Palestinian mother-of-eight dies after West Bank stone throwing
Palestinian Authority invites Dublin's Lord Mayor to attend conference on Jerusalem
Israeli army kill stone-throwing Palestinian teen in the West Bank
Opinion: I deeply hope that Dáil Éireann will vote to recognise Palestine
Ailbhe Smyth
Stuart Byrne column: €18k fine for Dundalk is extreme but a punishment was merited
Women and children among injured as Israel launches "Operation Protective Edge"