The UN human rights office released Wednesday a long-anticipated report which names companies with ties to Israeli West Bank settlements.
The Israeli army confirmed that altercations took place in the village, adding that one of the settlers was arrested.
In a video posted on social media showing part of the incident, teens can be seen throwing stones at a car driving past them.
It was not the first time Netanyahu promised to start extending Israeli sovereignty: He made a similar pledge before the last elections in April.
The administration stressed that his departure should not impact its intention to release its peace plan after Israel’s September 17 election.
Ocasio-Cortez said it was “critically important” to see the conflict first-hand but won’t go until Tlaib and Omar are allowed too.
Pastor Alberto Delgado “was worried that the Israeli participation in the pride parade will hurt the support for Israel within his community.”
Tlaib said Palestinians provided a “safe haven” for Jews after the Holocaust. But a Palestinian leader called for the massacre of Jews on Nazi radio.
“While we do not support BDS, we remain resolved to our constitutional oath to defend the right of every American to express their views peacefully.”
She made the comments in an interview with an pan-Arab newspaper to promote her new movie “Vox Lux.”