State Department says recent construction announcements by Israel 'continued a pattern of provocative and counterproductive actions.'
Lower Galilee Regional Council head Motti Dotan tells a radio station that Arabs' 'culture of cleanliness isn’t the same as ours.'
In minutes of meeting in then-defense minister Moshe Dayan’s office, top Israeli officials discussed how to violate international law in building settlement of Kiryat Arba, next to Hebron.
Police officers encountered four young men during anti-drug operation; When asked to identify themselves, one pulled out a gun and pointed it at the officers while attempting to flee the scene.
Prominent figures in Breaking the Silence, B’Tselem and other organizations report harassment of family members, and say the delegitimization campaign against them starts in the government.
Treasury opposes the bill that would make West Bank settlements eligible for tax breaks based on the security threats they face on the grounds that they can’t be solved by tax breaks.
Today 651 Palestinians who have not been given due process are in Israeli jails. One of them, Bilal Kayed, received a detention order last month just moments after finishing a long prison term.
Assad, meanwhile, issued a decree offering an amnesty to armed opposition fighters who surrender within three months and urging all detainees to be freed.
The report comes after a 110% increase in Israeli home prices since 2007, including a 7.8% increase in the 12 months through April.
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