The Cabinet of Israel legalizes the outpost settlement of Mevo’ot Yericho, in the occupied West Bank.
Sources: The Jewish Press
Sources: The Jewish Press
An 18-year-old Palestinian man is shot dead by a group of Israeli civilians near the settlement of Kedumim, in the West Bank. In a separate incident, a Palestinian civilian home is set on fire by settlers. The occupants were not there at the time of the attack.
Three Israelis are killed and three others are injured after a 18-year-old Palestinian man carries out a vehicle-ramming attack and mass stabbing in the Ariel settlement in the occupied West Bank. The perpetrator is shot dead.
A Palestinian gunman kills an Israeli settler in Kiryat Arba, Hebron, and injures four others, including a Palestinian paramedic, before being killed by security forces.
An Israeli soldier is killed by two Lions' Den gunmen near the Israeli settlement of Shavei Shomron, in the occupied West Bank.
During two separate shootings, a 14-year-old Palestinian boy is killed by Israeli soldiers in a village near Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, while a 17-year-old Palestinian boy is killed and his mother wounded when Israeli soldiers open fire at residents during confrontations with Israeli settlers.
An Israeli security guard in the Ariel settlement is shot dead in what is suspected to be a militant attack.
More than 370 Palestinians are injured after Israeli security forces opened fire on demonstrators protesting the presence of an illegal outpost near Beita in the occupied West Bank. Thirty-one of those injured were hit with live ammunition. Dozens more are injured in similar confrontations in Kafr Qaddum, Beit Dajan, and Hebron, with demonstrators in Hebron protesting the presence of settlements in the Masafer Yatta area.
The Jerusalem District Court orders at least six families residing in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem to vacate their homes, following decades of litigation by Jewish settler organizations claiming they are the rightful owners of the property. Hamas condemns this ruling as "dangerous, racist behavior", threatening retaliation.
The Cabinet of Israel decides to legalize a previously unauthorized outpost "deep inside the [occupied] West Bank", Havat Gilad, allegedly in reaction to the recent killing of an Israeli rabbi there.
Two Palestinian teenagers, from the nearby village of Qaryout, got into a Jewish settlement and stabbed an Israeli settler at his home in the Eli settlement near Nablus in the occupied West Bank. They were stopped and killed by the army. The injured settler was taken to a hospital.