Jaffa Military Court will examine the incidents surrounding the shooting
Soldier detained after 'grave breach of IDF values'
The Democrat compared the ‘dark chapters of history' of World War II to her rival's racist rhetoric
Every year runners come from around the world to take part in the event, many of them probably unaware that they're running across stolen land
Footage shows men hurling boxes of Snickers into a bomb crater, before dousing them in diesel and setting them on fire
The victim was collecting money for chartiy when he was attacked in a 'frenzie' by a Palestinian man in a wine shop
The stabbing spree was one of three attacks on Tuesday
Mohammad Sakha teaches circus skills to children with learning disabilities
'He should be in the emergency room. But his spirit is very high he is very happy and very satisfied'
The Prime Minister said seeing East Jerusalem first hand had confirmed his view the settlements were wrong
As well as having the support of South Africans who fought against apartheid, the situation conforms to its definition under international law
The term might fit for Palestinians in the West Bank, but it's less appropriate for those inside Israel. And we should be wary of applying such incendiary labels
Exclusive: 'If they say something they will no longer have a career – I have been accused of being a Nazi and an anti-Semite'
The Foreign Office continues to warn of the dangers of procuring goods and services from the occupied territories
Is the BDS movement singling out Israel? No – but the British government is singling it out for impunity
It’s easy to see why some in pro-Israel circles are claiming this new law as a landmark victory in the fight for Israel. They’re wrong: just as there is no military solution to the occupation, there is no legislative one to boycotting