Israel's security cabinet on Sunday approved more targeted killing operations against suspected Palestinian militants to combat near daily rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip, a minister said.
Israel on Sunday allocated one and a half billion dollars to develop Jewish areas of Jerusalem as the mayor warned the rising Arab population could sever Jewish sovereignty over the holy city.
Israel's influential security cabinet will meet later on Sunday to discuss possible responses to near daily Palestinian rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip that violate a six-month-old truce.
Israel is expected Sunday to allocate one and a half billion dollars to develop Jerusalem's Jewish areas as the mayor warned the rising Arab population could end Jewish sovereignty in the city.
Two Israeli human rights groups accused Israel on Monday of imposing restrictions that have effectively expelled thousands of Palestinians from homes and businesses in the West Bank city of Hebron.
Source: Reuters By Allyn Fisher-Ilan JERUSALEM, May 14 (Reuters) - Two Israeli human rights groups accused Israel on Monday of imposing restrictions that have effectively expelled thousands of Palestinians from ...
TEL AVIV (Dow Jones) -- Israel stocks closed at record highs on Sunday, with Teva higher after losing a bidding battle for a drugmaker and agrichemicals giant Makhteshim-Agan up after reporting that first-quarter net income rose 15% and that it would reassess its accounting for certain stock options granted to employees.
TEL AVIV (Dow Jones) - Emerging-markets analysts at two major investment firms gave investors in Israel a mixed message this weekend, with Citigroup upgrading the country and UBS downgrading.
Palestinians in the northern Gaza Strip fired three rockets into Israel Sunday and warned they would continue the attacks, YNet News reported.
Israel's foreign minister pledged further withdrawals from the West Bank to facilitate creation of a Palestinian state but said in an interview published Saturday that the process was being hindered by Palestinian inability to rein in militants.