The footage was shown in the trial of Elor Azaria, who shot Abdel Fattah al-Sharif dead following an attack
Refugees in the Amari camp now have a new adversary – the UN agency charged with assisting them
Arriving aboard a tour bus, accompanied by a former Israeli machine-gunner turned human rights activist, an international delegation of pretty famous writers came to the heart of this old city to see for themselves how 850 hardcore Jewish settlers, protected by 650 young Israeli soldiers, live among 200,000 angry Palestinians.
Jewish Human Rights Watch (JHRW) is seeking judicial review against Leicester City Council, Swansea City Council and Gwynedd Council
Reasons for opposing the set text include fears that the plot glamorises suicide and that it might encourage teenagers to disobey their parents
Mr Dawabsha is currently testifying before an Israeli court in the trial of two Jewish extremists
Chief executive vows to challenge ‘immoral’ government decision amid BDS tensions
Talia Sasson is not afraid to challenge the Israeli government even as it moves against NGOs like hers, she tells Ben Lynfield in Jerusalem
The Foreign Office continues to warn of the dangers of procuring goods and services from the occupied territories
There was a time when David Cameron wanted everyone to get involved in hyper-local politics. But now he's decided he'd rather you didn't
Critics say move amounts to a 'gross attack on democratic freedoms'
The incident is the latest in a series of violent knife attacks on Israelis
Palestinian authorities have complained to the travel website about rentals in Jewish settlements
In an exclusive interview with The Independent, she talked of her hopes for peace and the role of conscientious objectors
Caroline Lucas raised 'concern' about her imprisonment in the House of Commons
Israel’s Supreme Planning Council of Civil Administration last week approved the construction of 153 new housing units