The Prime Minister's hard-right and ultra-orthodox coalition partners oppose the idea as do Jewish and Arab opposition legislators
The new fence would cost 'many billions', Netanyahu says, but was necessary 'to defend ourselves in the Middle East as it is now, and as it is expected to be'
The legislation does not apply to private donations from abroad, a main source of funding for right-wing NGOs
Mr Ban said: 'It is human nature to react to occupation, which often serves as a potent incubator of hate and extremism'
‘We consider it to be a provocation. We are working with the Spanish authorities to get it cancelled’
The leaders of the United States and Israel underplayed past differences and jointly insisted today that they remained committed to achieving Middle East peace in their first face-to-face talks in a year.
Two decades after the assassination of the Israeli leader, Ben Lynfield hears a challenge to conventional wisdom
The US has condemned the proposal - which could affect the residency rights of tens of thousands of Palestinians
Fresh wave of violence forces Israeli PM to cancel European visit
In Israel, political vacuums are opportunistically filled by extremists
Jeremy Corbyn has previously said he supports actions on arms sales
The Prime Minister has asked the Attorney General to allow Israeli police to fire at rock throwers
Currently into his 10th round of shuttle diplomacy, the United States Secretary of State knows the process demands very particular skills
Prisoners receive heroes' welcomes on their return to the West Bank and Gaza with officials and jubilant relatives lining up to greet them
A rare snowstorm has blanketed Jerusalem, forcing a lockdown with police blocking access to and from the city.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says blueprints were drawn up without his approval