Jewish settlers erect religious school in evacuated West Bank outpost after Israel repeals ban
The school was built Sunday in Homesh, one of four West Bank outposts evacuated as part of Israel's 2005 withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
Politics of the right vs rite of judiciary
Deep disagreements over key aspects of individual and social life have marked the heterogeneity of Israeli polity.
Israeli forces kill three Palestinians during raid in West Bank's refugee camp
The Israeli army said it had shot several fighters when a gun battle erupted during a "counterterrorism" operation.
Hezbollah stages wargames for media, asserts readiness to confront Israel
Senior Hezbollah official Hashem Safieddine said in a speech Sunday that the exercise was meant to “confirm our complete readiness to confront any aggression” by Israel.
Family with disabled children among hundreds of Gaza’s homeless after latest fighting with Israel
Jalal Nabhan, 30, angrily dismissed the Israeli allegations. “Can people like me fire a rocket?” he said, pointing toward his legs and at his disabled sisters..."
Cease-fire between Israel and militants in Gaza appears to hold after days of fighting
The Israeli military reported over 1,400 launches throughout the fighting, with some rockets reaching as far as the Tel Aviv and Jerusalem areas.
Israeli-Palestinian fighting intensifies as Egyptian cease-fire efforts falter
In a prime-time TV address, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that Israel had dealt a harsh blow to the militants. But he cautioned: "This round is not over.”
Israeli strikes in Gaza kill three senior militants, 10 others
The attacks in densely populated residential areas set the stage for a new round of heavy fighting. They hit the top floor of an apartment in Gaza City and a house in the southern town of Rafah.
Palestinians: Israeli fire kills teen in West Bank raid
The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the teen as Jibril al-Laada, 17.
Israel bombs pro-Iran group target in southern Syria
The Israeli army had bombed positions in the Quneitra countryside on April 18, the Observatory said, targeting areas where Iran-linked groups are present, also without reporting any casualties.
Jordan: Israel arrested lawmaker on arms-smuggling charges
Over 90 Palestinians and 18 Israelis have been killed in the West Bank and East Jerusalem this year.
Tens of thousands of Israelis again protest judicial reform plan
The government's reform proposals would curtail the authority of the Supreme Court and give politicians greater powers over the selection of judges.
Israeli army kills 2 alleged Palestinian gunmen in West Bank
The Palestinian Health Ministry identified the two men killed in the West Bank village of Deir al Hatab as Saud Abdullah Saud and Mohammed Abu Dira, without saying their ages.
Fuelling tensions: Israeli cabinet ministers lead mass rally to evacuated West Bank settlement
The mass rally also threatened to further raise tensions that have been heightened by days of unrest across the region over a contested Jerusalem holy site.
Palestinian teen killed in army raid as settlers hold march
The demonstration added to the already combustible atmosphere in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank that has accompanied the overlapping of major Jewish and Muslim holy days.
Israeli military retaliates after rockets fired from Syria
The rocket firings came after days of escalating violence on multiple fronts over tension in Jerusalem and an Israeli police raid on the city’s most sensitive holy site.
Battle ready: ITBP men undergo training in Israeli martial art
This martial art focuses on finishing a fight as quickly and aggressively while aiming at the most vulnerable parts of the body but avoiding serious injury or death
Two Israeli sisters dead in West Bank attack after Israel bombards Lebanon, Gaza
A barrage of over 30 rockets fired from Lebanon Thursday marked the biggest escalation since Israel fought a 34-day war with Iran-backed militant group Hezbollah in 2006.
Israel strikes Lebanon, Gaza, as Al-Aqsa crisis escalates
The Israeli strikes on southern Lebanon threatened to push the confrontation into a dangerous new phase following violence at one of Jerusalem's holiest sites.
Why do Jerusalem tensions fuel regionwide unrest?
Israeli police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at Palestinians stockpiling rocks and fireworks inside one of the most bitterly disputed holy sites on Earth.
Vizhinjam seaport protests: Police station attack was with 'ulterior intention', says Kerala CM
'The Kashmir Files' controversy: Apologies if my remarks were interpreted differently, says Nadav Lapid
Will fight again, against what is wrong: Bilkis Bano on remission given to her rapists
Tamil Nadu amended law that allows Jallikattu seeks to prevent cruelty on animals: State tells SC
India dismisses China's concerns on military exercise with US in Uttarakhand
'Bazball' powers England to new first-day record against Pakistan in 1st Test