Judges dismissed an insanity plea by Yosef Haim Ben David's lawyers
Israeli leader says ‘time has come for international community to face reality’ over disputed region
Police commissioner says there is 'no doubt' it was a terror attack
'It is a surprise to us that people care now,' Imad Abushamsiya tells The Independent
Analysis of military records written on pottery suggests that literacy was not only for for Jerusalem elite
The reported involvement of an Israeli cyber security firm in the iPhone unlocking battle between the FBI and Apple has put the fast-growing industry - with its military connections - into the news
'It's no different than if a person of another religion has said: "I don't want to sit next to a Jew"'
The soldier has claimed he was acting in self-defence believing the man had a suicide belt on
The shadow leader of the House of Commons said Labour members should not question Israel's right to exist
'There was no apparent threat from the Palestinian that was incapacitated'
The incident is the latest in a series of alleged anti-Semitic events involving Labour Party members
Israel's Prime Minister has defended a soldier caught on camera allegedly shooting an injured Palestinian in the head
Houthis, Sunni extremist groups, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and others have threatened the Jewish community in Yemen
'It gives people something to actually do as an expression of their frustration with Israel’s violations of human rights and international law', says campaign group president
The Democrat compared the ‘dark chapters of history' of World War II to her rival's racist rhetoric
The suicide bombing killed three Israeli tourists and injured 11 more - it is not known if they were deliberately targeted