Palestinian authorities have complained to the travel website about rentals in Jewish settlements
The design prompted calls for a boycott from supporters of Israel, while its withdrawal led to a similar reaction from pro-Palestinians
The legislation does not apply to private donations from abroad, a main source of funding for right-wing NGOs
Supporters of the change said it marked a historic show of government support for liberal streams of Judaism
As the Kremlin showcases its military capabilities in Syria, Kim Sengupta says Nato leaders are having to reassess
The intelligence agencies were reportedly able to see information that the drones and other aircraft broadcast back to their handlers
Caroline Lucas raised 'concern' about her imprisonment in the House of Commons
Novelist who appears on the list says Im Tirtzu is targeting independent thought
Israel’s Supreme Planning Council of Civil Administration last week approved the construction of 153 new housing units
More than 8,000 Jews left France for Israel in 2015 – a rate far higher than anywhere else in Europe
Reeda Abu Eid claimed her daughter had not tried to stab the man in the West Bank
When she first saw her attacker he 'looked confused and lacking in confidence'
'We are one people and we help each other in times of stress'
Israeli foreign minister says comments 'encouraged violence and give support to terror'
'His only complaint to his staff is that he cannot continue with today's itinerary,' says the former leader's son-in-law
'There will come a time when companies like this, who profit from the occupation, will be taken to court'