The plane later landed safely at Ben Gurion International Airport
The attack on the popular Sarona Market killed four and injured 17
The apparent indifference of the Nobel laureate, who has died aged 87, to the Palestine question pales beside his service to history
Tzipi Livni was summoned for a ‘voluntary interview’ by police for questioning over suspicion she was involved in war crimes during the Gaza War in 2008
The attacker broke into the family home in the settlement of Kiryat Arba in Hebron
A Jewish Labour MP also reportedly left the speech in tears after being accused by an audience member of 'colluding' with the media
Case against councils described as 'misconceived' while campaigners call ruling 'important victory'
Israeli Embassy says heightened border security 'not an Israeli phenomenon', pointing to impact of terrorism
“Above and below live civilians whom we have nothing against – a kind of human shield,” Eshel threatened. “And that is where the war will be. That is where we will have to fight in order to stop it and win. Whoever stays in these bases [sic] will simply be hit…”
Israel's minister of intelligence and transportation said the project will reconnect Gaza with the rest of the world
Investigation opened by miliary into boy's death
Millions of Arabs are well aware that Palestinian officials speak daily to Israel military and political leaders, so why the focus on Amin Maalouf for speaking to Israeli i24 channel?
Travel permits have been suspended to prevent Palestinians from travelling into Israel - effectively stopping them from using Tel Aviv airport
Mr Cuomo’s executive order has reportedly inspired Chuck Schumer to implement the divestment on a federal level
The future Labour leader wrote to then Foreign Secretary, William Hague, saying that Gaza resembled ‘one huge suffering refugee camp’
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