Israelis have grown less supportive of a two-state solution, and the generational difference is stark: teens and millennials are much more right-wing than their parents
Over the course of three decades in politics, the Soviet-born minister has established himself as one of Israel's most controversial politicians
The controversial cabinet move follows the resignation of Moshe Yaalon
Moshe Yaalon said he was 'resigning from the government and parliament and taking a break from political life'
The suicide bombing killed three Israeli tourists and injured 11 more - it is not known if they were deliberately targeted
Despite its often turbulent dealings with Israel, Iran has one of the world's largest and longest-established Jewish communities - and it's growing. Kim Sengupta reports from Tehran on their intriguing relationship with the country's establishment
He said Mr Cameron 'seems to have forgotten a few basic facts about Jerusalem'
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
Mr Ban said: 'It is human nature to react to occupation, which often serves as a potent incubator of hate and extremism'
The Israeli Prime Minister has vowed to prosecute the extremists who killed a Palestinian child and his parents
'The State of Israel respects all religions and strictly guarantees the rights of all its citizens,' Mr Netanyahu said
The attacks come amid a two-month cycle of violence
The US has condemned the proposal - which could affect the residency rights of tens of thousands of Palestinians
There, anyone who 'denies or downplays' the role of Nazism in the Holocaust can face a prison term of up to five years
The Israeli prime minister claimed the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem convinced Hitler to exterminate the Jews
A series of stabbings in recent weeks have increased tensions