Expectations low for Kushner delegation
The Trump administration's diplomats are considered ineffective in both Jerusalem and Ramallah
Blood libel cleric Salah arrested for incitement
Mining magnate Steinmetz arrested
65 facts you didn’t know about Israel
Blogger facing deportation allowed into Israel
Israel launches Gaza air strikes
Court dismisses claims against Haredi schools
Thirty-three claimants say their job prospects were damaged by the lack of education in core subjects
Top model recovering after bike accident
Shlomit Malka was rushed to hospital after falling from her electric bike while cycling in Tel Aviv
World’s oldest man dies at age of 113
Yisrael Kristal, born in 1903 in Poland, settled in Israel after the war
Friday, August 11, 2017
‘You saved me,’ declares Neda Amin as she arrives at Ben Gurion Airport
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Netanyahu targeted in war on corruption
As dire as the Prime Minister’s legal predicament seems, he can be relatively confident of seeing out his term
Hamas rejected the claim that it was responsible for an earlier attack on Israel
Calls to stop Saeb Erekat having Israeli lung transplant
The Palestinian chief peace negotiator is currently awaiting a life-saving operation in an Israeli hospital.
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Israel's top company Teva in a tailspin
The pharmaceutical giant is in meltdown after a huge drop in its share price.
Israeli experts report leukaemia breakthrough
Oncologists worldwide are intrigued by the new therapy, which genetically re-engineers the patient’s own immune cells and makes them able to seek out and kill cancer cells.
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
Al-Jazeera banned in Israel and Palestinian territories
The network's journalists will have their media credentials revoked and broadcasts will be blocked
Netanyahu hurt by Al Aqsa backtrack
The Israeli PM feels the need to shore up his hard-right political base
Monday, August 7, 2017
Police push for Netanyahu indictment
Police intend to recommend indictment of PM in at least two corruption cases
Netanyahu: Corruption probe is a 'witch hunt'
On Thursday Israeli police revealed they suspect the country’s Prime Minister of being involved in bribery, fraud and breach of trust in two cases
Palestinian 'killed pregnant Jewish girlfriend'
Muhammad Harouf, who reportedly confessed to strangling his lover, “intended to kidnap her in exchange for Palestinian prisoners”
Thursday, August 3, 2017
New witness in Bibi investigations
Ari Harrow, who has intimate knowledge of the PM's financial affairs, himself faces jail time over fraud allegations
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Life after Abbas: can the PA survive when its leader departs?
Whatever the truth of Mahmoud Abbas' recent hospital stay, a change is afoot at the top of the PA
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
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