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Leader says Israel may use military force to stop Iran from attaining nuclear weaponry
Move to demoliish hundreds of Arab apartments ‘destroying every chance of peace’, says Fatah
The Likudists suddenly find that the whole world wants peace in the Middle East rather than war
Dual nationality Belgian-Iranian businessman Ali Mansouri accused of receiving $1m fee to spy on Israeli and Western targets
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces press criticism over prisoner release plan
Netanyahu's 'tough decision for the good of the country' faces opposition even within his party
US Secretary of State John Kerry on Sunday fell short in his latest bid to bring Israelis and Palestinians back to the peace table. But he insisted that an agreement by the sides to renew negotiations is ''within reach''.
Israel however is sceptical Rouhani will usher in change
Militia offensive kills dozens as regime attempts to secure control of coast road
Israel’s right wing Economy Minister Naftali Bennett says he plans to submit a plan to his colleagues on reviewing security for Jews in the West Bank after claiming that the situation has deteriorated in recent months.
Hope earlier in the week that a decision to freeze the construction of new Israeli settler homes in the occupied West Bank could renew the moribund peace process were dealt a blow earlier today when it transpired that permission had been granted to build nearly 300 new houses close to the Palestinian administrative capital, Ramallah.
Move was key demand of Palestinians as precursor to any renewed peace talks
Ehud Barak was not invited to any official functions, despite glittering military and political careers
Alistair Dawber had a much-coveted ticket to the dinner thrown for Obama. There were strings attached, though
Barack Obama boarded Air Force One today bringing to an end his three-day visit to Israel and the Occupied Territories that many hope will mark a fresh start in Israeli and Palestinian relations.
John Kerry set to criticise PM over 'particularly offensive' comments