President attracts criticism for 'avoiding tough questions'
President Donald Trump did not denounce the reported rise in anti-Semitism in the during his press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Instead, he took the opportunity to boast about his election win.
‘I’m looking at two-state and at one-state, and I like the one that both parties like’
Remarks come after White House official says peace in Israeli-Palestinian conflict does not necessarily mean recognising a Palestinian state
Nikki Haley claims UN is 'biased in favour of the Palestinian Authority to the detriment of Israel'
Israeli politician and ex-army general say that another Gaza war could be on the horizon after tense day of rocket fire exchanges
Religious leaders described domestic violence as 'non-recurring' despite man being arrested on three separate occasions
US President appears to reaffirm campaign promise despite more cautious statements from his administration in recent weeks
John Clarke denies the allegations saying he was not aware of the meme's origins
Increasing numbers of highly-trained Palestinian commandos from the Gaza Strip are fleeing to pledge allegiance to Isis, report says
Senior Palestinian officials worry that Trump administration could force Ramallah representatives to negotiating table with threat of pulled funding
Visiting Israeli prime minister contrasts close British ties with Palestinian decision to sue UK government over 1917 letter that pledged support for creation of Jewish homeland in Palestine
In a visit to Downing Street just days after Iran test-fired a ballistic missile Mr Netanyahu said 'responsible' nations should follow President Donald Trump’s lead to head of Iranian aggression
'Iran seeks to annihilate Israel, it seeks to conquer the Middle East, it threatens Europe, it threatens the West, it threatens the world. And it offers provocation after provocation,' said the Israeli Prime Minister
The Israeli Prime Minister will know, as did Turkish President Erdogan, that her stance on settlements is undermined by the fact that post-Brexit Britain will be desperate for business and unlikely to rush to punitive measures such as economic sanctions against his country
Critics say proposed legislation, which would affect anyone who has publicly called for a boycott of Israel, violates international law