The Prime Minister has asked the Attorney General to allow Israeli police to fire at rock throwers
He praised Israel as a "beacon of progress" in the Middle East
Protesters demand UK authority arrest the Israeli PM's handling of Gaza crisis
Riham's 18-month-old son and husband also died after the July arson attack on their family home
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says blueprints were drawn up without his approval
Lawyers want leader to grant permission for former agent to testify
Hard-line Israeli politician Avigdor Lieberman, one of Israel's most powerful and polarizing figures, was reappointed as the country's foreign minister Monday after being cleared of all charges in a long-running corruption case.
Leader says Israel may use military force to stop Iran from attaining nuclear weaponry
The US is being torn between the old alliance with Israel and a conversation with Iran
In a campaign to improve its image abroad, the Israeli government plans to provide scholarships to hundreds of students at its seven universities in exchange for their making pro-Israel Facebook posts and tweets to foreign audiences.
Israel could be about to embark on a major building project in West Bank settlements, just a day after the US Secretary of State, John Kerry, announced that peace talks between the Israelis and Palestinians were back on track.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces press criticism over prisoner release plan
Whether Iran’s new leader will herald a new era remains unclear
A rising star on the right of Israeli politics has cast doubt on whether the country’s government is willing to accept a future Palestinian state.
Israel visit is the fourth in as many months
Militia offensive kills dozens as regime attempts to secure control of coast road