Leaders discuss Iran nuclear deal and peace process with the Palestinians in ‘very warm’ conversation
Yesha Council says it has received invite to ceremony after UN condemns illegal settlements
The ancient Hebrew term originally was used to describe Ethiopians but it has since become a pejorative word to describe all black people
Israeli forces killed 32 civilians under the age of 18 mostly during raids or protests
Anti-settlement activists and Palestinians voice concern bill will set precedent for rulings on other 'wildcat' outposts originally not approved by Israeli government
Son of Dutch freedom fighter executed by Nazis has donated trees for a new olive grove in the West Bank 'to make amends for the way in which his family name was exploited' by Israel
Israel's parliament gives preliminary go-ahead to bill that would legalise settler homes built on private Palestinian land
Naftali Bennett says 'it is time to extend out sovereignty of the land of Israel'
British Government says latest plans undermine hope for peace between Israelis and Palestinians
Israel's security barrier is seen by Palestinians as a form of oppression
Searches found no traces of weapons or explosives after teenager was injured in leg
Military claims the man was resisting arrest and is investigating the incident
David Friedman says Obama administration 'should be ashamed' of its criticsm of Israeli PM who had said Palestianians want a state with 'no Jews'
Some materials produced for October's cancelled local elections had replaced the names of female candidates with just their initials or epithets such as 'wife of'
Imad Abushamsiya’s footage sparked international condemnation and is evidence in ongoing trial
The Palestinian Islamic Jihad militant group claimed the driver was one of its 'martyrs'