Prominent professor latest to be sent to prison on controversial charge of 'inciting violence' online, which rights groups say has no legal precedent
Draft decision from the UN agency is a ‘shameful’ and politically motivated move, Israeli officials say
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the resolution is a 'theatre of the absurd'
'We keep giving candy and more candy to people who constantly want to annihilate us. It’s over'
The story of one group of seniors who made the pilgrimage
Local reports say Major Ohad Cohen Nov was flying back from attacking Hamas training camps
Incident occurs on day of renewed fighting in the Gaza Strip that saw Israeli air strikes in response to a Palestinian rocket attack
Direct meetings between the two leaders are extremely rare; the Palestinian Authority President is in Israel for the first time since 2010
His record was not unblemished, but the passing of the former Israeli prime minister marks more than a death of a world leader
Peres said the massacre came as a ‘bitter surprise’. It was a lie: the UN had repeatedly told Israel the camp was packed with refugees
World leaders and campaigners say Israeli statesman’s memory should be respected with a renewed commitment to peace
Former president and prime minister championed peace with Palestinians in the later years of his political career
For years now I’ve travelled across the UK to report from far-right, fascist and neo-Nazi rallies. I’ve seen the real threat that faces Jews in the country, those who wear swastikas as badges of honour. Where was your concern for my community then?
New agreement between the social media giant and Israeli authorities to tackle ‘incitement’ on the platform is being used as a censorship tool, Palestinians allege
Israel's security barrier is seen by Palestinians as a form of oppression
Csanad Szegedi says he now wants to contribute to the fight against anti-Semitism