His comments came after two aid workers were arrested for allegedly suporting Hamas
'As happened in all previous instances ... here as well there will be nothing, because there is nothing', Mr Netanyahu's spokesperson has said
Kenyan police dismiss reports of attempt on Israeli prime minister’s life as ‘lies’
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said it opened the way for possible Israeli gas supplies to Europe via Turkey
Moshe Yaalon said he was 'resigning from the government and parliament and taking a break from political life'
Our prison uniforms are cast-offs from people in the US Army - so I wrote a letter to the man who once wore mine
‘The guidelines of German Middle East policy have not changed,' official insists
'If they continue to appear as great democrats and liberals, and not decided that some Muslims in their country are organising terror, they won’t be able to fight them'
The Russian President agreed to help broker a truce drawn up with the US but has been heavily criticised for his country's own intervention in the conflict to support Assad
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
The attacks come amid a two-month cycle of violence
‘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