Following the fatal shooting of 13-year-old Ahmad Sharaka, Al Jazeera spoke to Defence for Children International - Palestine. "If you follow the rhetoric of Israeli leaders, if you listen to their statements, it is clear that soldiers and settlers have been given the green light to shoot Palestinian children," Ayed said Abu Qtaish, accountability director of DCI-Palestine.
Palestinian factions will a rally in front of the Red Cross Committee building in Gaza City today to protest against Israel's conduct in the wake of the recent unrest. Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other leftist factions will participate in the rally, which will start at 07:00 GMT.
Al Jazeera correspondent is reporting that Israeli naval boats opened fire on the coast of Rafah in southern Gaza Strip.
A Palestinian man has been shot dead by Israeli security forces near Lion's Gate in East Jerusalem after he reportedly attempted to stab a security officer, according to Israeli police. The security officer was not injured, a police spokesman told Al Jazeera.
A funeral for 13-year-old Ahmad Sharaka, who was shot and killed by Israeli forces yesterday, is expected to take place at Al Jalazon Refugee camp around 09:30 GMT. Ahmad was protesting near Beit El when he was shot in his neck with live ammunition.
The Israeli security cabinet met last night to discuss measures against the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel. Prime Minister Netanyahu reportedly instructed legal officials to formulate an evidentiary basis for outlawing some figures in the movement in the coming days. Earlier, the PM’s office issued a statement in which the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel was accused of incitement against Israel.
Israeli police in the southern region of Naqab have arrested Yousef Abu Jamea, the head of the Islamic Movement, and seven other activists.
A Palestinian woman has been critically injured by Israeli fire after she allegedly stabbed a policeman in Jerusalem.
Two reported wounded in stabbing attack in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Pisgat Zeev: Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld
At least three injured in stabbing attacks in Jerusalem in last three hours: Israeli police
BREAKING:Israeli forces open fire on two suspected Palestinian attackers in separate incidents in occupied East Jerusalem; one of the attackers has died
Mideast Quartet Delegation Cancels Trip to Jerusalem, Ramallah: Israeli daily Haaretz
Local media reports: Israeli Knesset will hold an emergency session to consider a bill authorising the Border Guard to call up 1,400 reserve officers as the situation in occupied East Jerusalem and the rest of the West Bank continues to deteriorate
Eight Palestinian citizens of Israel arrested in Haifa for reportedly throwing stones: Haaretz
Addressing Israeli parliament, PM Netanyahu accused Palestinian members of the Knesset of "incitement" and fueling a wave of unrest. He called on Palestinian citizens of Israel to "kick out the extremists among you." Israel's minority of Palestinian citizens suffer from an array of different forms of discrimination. Netanyahu, who just a few months ago warned his supporters that Arabs were voting in large numbers on election day, said he was committed to coexistence. [Al Jazeera and agencies]
VIENNA, Oct 12, 2015 (AFP) - Palestinian foreign minister Riad al-Malki on Monday accused Israel of seeking to spark "a third intifada", as violence again flared in Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
"(Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu wants to instigate a third Intifada. He wants to avoid problems that he is facing in the political and diplomatic arena, where he has failed miserably," Malki told AFP in Vienna.
UNRWA, the UN refugee for Palestinian refugees, has called for "political action" to end the ongoing wave of violence gripping the occupied Palestinian territories. "Where alleged violations of international law occur, there must be a prompt, impartial, effective and thorough investigation of the events and full accountability in accordance with international standards," the UN agency said in a statement.
Via Haaretz: Twenty Palestinians broke through the fence in the southern Gaza Strip, at the same location as Saturday. Israeli forces are responding, and are currently closing in on their location. Israeli forces are currently spraying protesters at the fence with gas, and shooting live rounds into the air.
Local media: Israeli PM Netanyahu calls for investigation into Palestinian legislator Haneen Zoabi for her comments calling on Palestinians to carry out a "popular uprising".
AFP: Palestinian shot dead after allegedly stabbing Israeli soldier on bus in latest attack
Local media: Three Palestinian citizens of Israel - all children - arrested by police in Umm al-Fahm, for allegedly throwing rocks.
The latest flare-up in violence between Israelis and Palestinians has killed 26 Palestinians and 5 Israelis. Of the Palestinian deaths, 10 have been identified as attackers by Israeli police. [AP]
More on the most recent stabbing in Israel- The attacker is being described as a 22-year-old
from East Jerusalem and police said he was taken to hospital with serious injuries after being beaten by residents. [AFP]
At least eight people have been injured in a stabbing attack on a bus in East Jerusalem, Israeli media and police said. The attacker is believed to have been shot by police. (Reuters)
More on the incident on the bus in Jerusalem: It seems that it was a gun attack and not with a knife as previously reported.
Two attackers have been shot dead by Israeli police and 16 passengers were injured, six seriously according to the DPA news agency.
An Israeli is believed to have been killed in today's gun attack on a Jerusalem bus. In a separate incident, five people were wounded after they were rammed by a car.
Al Jazeera's Hoda Abel-Hamid, at the Qalandiya checkpoint in the West Bank, says a few protesters have arrived and set up their position. A couple of soldiers have fired a couple of volleys of tear gas.
There's also tension in other West Bank areas, including a protest in Bethlehem called by the Fatah movement. There are also protests ongoing in Jenin and Hebron.
And in Gaza hundreds of Palestinians are clashing with Israeli soldiers near the Erez crossing, in the northern Gaza Strip.
Gaza medical sources say five Palestinians have been wounded as soldiers fired tear gas and rubber bullets.
Gaza's Hamas rulers have praised a pair of separate stabbing and shooting attacks in Jerusalem that killed two Israelis and wounded several others.
Israeli police says two attackers stabbed and shot people on a bus. One of the attackers was killed and the other wounded. Almost simultaneously, another Palestinian rammed his car into a bus stop and stabbed people there.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said it "praises these heroic operations in Jerusalem and greets the heroes who carried them out." (Reuters)
At the scene of one of Tuesday's attacks, Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat called on the
government to seal off the West Bank and certain Arab neighbourhoods of East
Jerusalem to quell the wave of attacks. [AP]
A Jewish Israeli man stabbed another Jew in northern Israel in a suspected failed revenge attack, according to Israeli police.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the assailant attacked and wounded the 22-year-old Israeli Jew whom he thought was an Arab because of his Middle Eastern appearance. [AP]
Meanwhile on Tuesday, a Palestinian was killed in clashes with Israeli security forces in the West Bank city of Bethlehem, Palestinian medical sources said.
The death of Moataz Zawahra, 28, takes the number of Palestinians killed this month, including alleged attackers, to 29.
At least seven Israelis have also been killed. [AFP]
A Palestinian man has been shot and killed by Israeli forces at Damascus Gate in Jerusalem.
Israeli police claimed the man attempted to stab Israeli policemen.
Al Jazeera sources: Death toll rises in occupied Palestinian territory as Israeli forces killed two Palestinians on Gaza border during Day of Rage.
Since the beginning of the month, the death toll in the latest bout of Israeli-Palestinian violence in 36 Palestinians killed and seven Israelis.
A Palestinian man was shot and wounded in East Jerusalem after attempting to stab an Israeli citizen, according to the Israeli military. In a separate incident in Hebron, the army said an Israeli settler opened fire on a Palestinian man after an alleged stabbing attempt. It is still unknown whether the Palestinian has survived.
UPDATE: The Palestinian man who was shot by an Israeli settler in Hebron after an alleged stabbing attempt early this morning has died, sources tell Al Jazeera.
UPDATE: The Palestinian man was shot in East Jerusalem this morning after he allegedly tried to stab an Israeli citizen, has died, an Israeli police spokesman said. The Israeli was not injured, he added.
We're getting reports of yet another incident in Hebron in which a Palestinian woman allegedly tried to stab an Israeli soldier. The Palestinian woman was shot and likely killed after the attempt, according to our correspondent in Jerusalem.
HEBRON UPDATE: A Palestinian woman was killed in Hebron by Israeli forces, according to Israeli police. The woman reportedly approached a border police base, drew a knife and stabbed and lightly wounded a female soldier, who in return opened fire a killed her.
Israeli police have sealed off the city of Hebron by blocking road access after violent clashes broke out between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces following the killing of two Palestinians. Israeli police say the Palestinians, a man and a woman, tried to stab Israelis in separate incidents before they were shot dead.