Conflicting accounts of what happened in a deadly Negev clash last month are just the tip of the iceberg of what has been known to take place among troops involved in confrontations with Palestinians.
The owners have overcome conflict and an Israeli-Egyptian blockade to build the Capital Mall. Now, they just have to find enough free-spending customers to keep the place afloat.
Gaza women say they were turned back at border because they didn’t have their cellphones, which were taken by Hamas.
Israeli opposition leader's plan: Sides will agree on decade of calm, during which time West Bank will be a violence and incitement-free zone; settlement construction outside blocs will be frozen, with more powers to Palestinians – only then negotiations.
Jordan's king and Egypt's president discuss stalemate in Middle East peace, say two-state solution is not up for compromise.
Anyone caught entering Israel illegally via occupied territories would be forced to pay about 5,000 shekels to hire private firm for every court hearing.
Israeli settlers are doing all they can to prevent the Jabaris from cultivating their six acres. The Israeli army helped out.
A court awarded Raba’a Ali Satal $162,000 in compensation after her Israeli Arab husband was killed in a road accident. The Finance Ministry claims the state is the rightful owner.
Party officials say that while Barghouti's prominence cannot be disputed, he cannot be appointed to an operational role while he is in prison.
In Raed Andoni's 'Ghost Hunting,' which won the first-ever Silver Bear for best documentary, former inmates discuss prison life at Israel's main interrogation center.