In part two of a two-part series, VICE News examines Israel's fight against internet incitement and the repercussions for Palestinian freedom of expression online.
In part one of a two-part series, VICE News travels to Israel and the West Bank to talk to young Palestinians about their use of social media, and to Israelis who fear it's inspiring a Third Intifada.
The Israeli military said its aircraft targeted four militant training camps in the area in response to rockets that were launched into southern Israel on Friday.
Israel is reportedly testing new tunnel-fighting technology which will use sensors to detect hidden activity. Time is of the essence as Hamas is rapidly rebuilding underground.
The latest assaults, like other recent stabbings, took place in Hebron, a city in the West Bank, signalling that violence was shifting to that territory from Israel and Jerusalem.
The videos emphasize the religious significance of al-Aqsa — the embattled Jerusalem Holy Site that's sacred to both Muslims and Jews — and praise past Palestinians who have taken up arms to defend Muslim claims to the holy site.
Shooting, stabbings, and deaths are growing on both Israeli and Palestinian sides of the conflict as 10 days of tension are showing no sign of abating.
The elite undercover troops — wearing t-shirts, jeans, and keffiyehs to blend in — can be seen mingling with a crowd of Palestinian youths hurling rocks, before turning and firing handguns.
Violence continues to escalate in West Bank and Jerusalem as two Palestinian teenagers are killed in clashes with the Israeli army in just 36 hours.
If Russian bombers and jets take to the skies and attack rebel positions, this could complicate both the efforts of the American-led coalition that is targeting the Islamic State as well as any Israeli sorties across the border into Syria.
A group of Palestinian women were filmed biting, slapping, and grabbing an Israeli soldier as he attempted to detain a 12-year-old boy for throwing stones.