In the Holy Land, Santa doesn't come down the chimney or wait till kids are asleep to deliver presents. "Baba Noel" or Father Christmas hops out of a red van and makes house calls while they're awake.
As many as 75 Palestinians have needed a leg amputation after suffering Israeli gunshot wounds at Gaza border protests, according to the Artificial Limbs and Polio Center in Gaza City.
The State Department announced the Trump administration's decision to cut assistance to Palestinians on Friday. It said the money will now be redirected to "high-priority projects elsewhere."
The "nation-state" law, which has been condemned by Arab lawmakers, also asserts Jerusalem as the capital and Hebrew as the official language.
One small apartment building near the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem is emblematic of Israelis' mixed attitudes about the city.
The contradictions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are always on display, but rarely as starkly as this week, when the U.S. opened its embassy in Jerusalem and protests erupted in Gaza.
The day after Israeli troops shot dozens dead during protests on the Gaza border, envoys traded barbs at the U.N., countries confronted ambassadors — and Guatemala readied an embassy move of its own.
The day was marked by violence and bloodshed, as tens of thousands of Palestinians protested the embassy opening and Israeli army forces killed dozens of protesters.