Supporters of the change said it marked a historic show of government support for liberal streams of Judaism
In an exclusive interview with The Independent, she talked of her hopes for peace and the role of conscientious objectors
Doesn’t Netanyahu realise how enraged Europeans are at his government’s treatment of the Palestinians?
Top secret documents have revealed an alleged espionage operation codenamed Anarchist, dating back to 1998
Novelist who appears on the list says Im Tirtzu is targeting independent thought
The handwritten note to Yitshak Ben-Zvi was released to coincide with International Holocaust Remembrance Day
The bird had Israeli markings on its tags
Mr Ban said: 'It is human nature to react to occupation, which often serves as a potent incubator of hate and extremism'
When she first saw her attacker he 'looked confused and lacking in confidence'
With war raging across Israel’s northern border, it cannot help but take an interest. But, as Kim Sengupta finds speaking to injured rebels at the Ziv Medical Centre, the situation is confusing...
Organiser says KCL Action Palestine threw chairs, smashed windows and set off fire alarms as threat of 'real fire' grew
Weidenfeld was part rogue, part Gatsby, part social dandy and snob, but a man of much humour and diplomatic skills
'There will come a time when companies like this, who profit from the occupation, will be taken to court'
One artist said: “This sends the message that the pencil has not beaten out the Kalashnikov”
The road from Bethlehem to Hebron is already beset by clashes. Now a new West Bank settlement close to a troubled refugee camp will add fuel to the fire, Palestinians warn. Ben Lynfield reports from al-Aroub refugee camp
TimeOut Tel Aviv created the video after the Israeli ministry of education banned a novel about a relationship between a Jewish woman and Arab man