Palestinian teen first to be killed by Israel in 2018 | News | Al Jazeera
Israeli forces have shot dead a Palestinian teen on the northern outskirts of the occupied West Bank town of Ramallah, according to Palestinian officials. The Palestinian health ministry identified the 17-year-old boy as Musab Firas al-Tamimi from the ...
Ahed Tamimi, the Teenage Girl Who Refuses to Be Israel's Compliant Palestinian
Israeli government to tell 38000 Africans to leave or face arrest
The Israeli government intends to tell tens of thousands of African migrants and refugees to leave the country or face arrest. Thirty-eight thousand mainly Eritreans and Sudanese who entered Israel illegally will be given a plane ticket and $3,500 ...
Netanyahu asks if African 'infiltrators' can be forcibly removed from ...
Israel offers to pay African migrants to leave, threatens jail
Israel wants African migrants out so badly, it's offering $3500 to each—or prison
Palestinians condemn Trump's threat to halt aid payments; mixed reaction in Israel
Trump drew praise from a cabinet minister in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's right-wing government but a warning from a former Israeli peace negotiator of the dangers in cutting off financial assistance to the Palestinians. On Twitter on ...
Trump's Threat to Cut Palestinian Aid Worries Many in Israel
Trump's Twitter message to Palestinians and Israel: No free lunches
Israel accelerates plans that imperil two-state solution
Lorde 'bullied' after dropping Israel show
A campaign attacking the singer Lorde for pulling out of a planned concert in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv has been condemned as bullying by pro-Palestinian activists and others on Twitter. The 21-year-old performer took the decision after two ...
Lorde Is a 'Bigot' Who 'Chose Putin's Russia Over Israel,' Rabbi Shmuley Says
The Jerusalem Post
Israel strikes Gaza terror infrastructure following rocket fire
The Jerusalem Post
An Israeli Air Force F-15 fighter jet flies during an aerial demonstration. (photo credit: AMIR COHEN - REUTERS). The Israeli Air Force struck what it termed as "major terror infrastructure" in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday night in response to rocket ...
Israel Air Forces Strikes Terror Targets in Gaza
Israeli jets strike Gaza in retaliation for shelling
Rocket from Gaza explodes in southern Israel
Why Can't I Represent Incarcerated Arizonians if I Boycott Israel?
Each year, I renew a contract to provide legal services to incarcerated people in an Arizona county jail. I have been doing this for 12 years without complications. Lately, though, there has been some extra paperwork that has nothing to do with my work ...
Israel Says Iran Recruited Palestinian Militants Via South Africa
U.S. News & World Report
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Wednesday it had cracked a Palestinian militant cell suspected of having been recruited and handled by Iranian intelligence officers who worked out of South Africa, but the suspects' lawyer denied the charges ...
Israel Charges Palestinians With Planning Attacks In Israel With Iran's Backing
Israel uncovers alleged Iranian-backed terror cell run from SA
Iranian Intelligence Operating in West Bank, Israel's Shin Bet Says
Israel: Hezbollah Will Start Third Lebanon War if It Uses New Rockets to Hit Gas Platforms
The Israeli military has warned the Islamist group Hezbollah that it risks starting a third Lebanon war if it fires its rockets at offshore natural gas platforms in the Mediterranean. Senior Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) officers told Haaretz newspaper ...
Israel Assesses Hezbollah Can Now Strike Its Offshore Gas Platforms
Israel Enters a Fifth Year of Drought
Four consecutive years of drought have put several biblical bodies of water at risk: the Sea of Galilee, the Jordan River, and the Dead Sea. The AP photographer Oded Balilty spent much of last year documenting these bodies of water and the ways locals ...
New York Times
Israel's Bright Future
New York Times
In “An Israel That Inspires Both Pride and Shame” (column, Dec. 30), Roger Cohen laments that Israel's government is supposedly leading it nowhere. Mr. Cohen's pessimism would likely come as a surprise to Israelis, who are healthier and wealthier than ...