Netanyahu made a rare visit to the heart of Hebron's Jewish enclave, where he is participating in a ceremony to mark the 1929 Arab massacre of Jews
Over a year after being evicted from disputed building, settlers move in without army approval
The security agency says that one of the arrested men stored bomb-making materials at a school and set up his lab in a residential area
Rafi Peretz and Bezalel Smotrich will be guests of honor as Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh, seen by many as a spiritual figure for violent settler extremists, receives prize
Judge notes the accused 'takes responsibility,' sentences him to $112 in compensation ■ Attorney Itamar Ben Gvir: The defendant committed a 'heroic act'
Hebron resident Salah Abu Miala was taken by Palestinian security forces upon his return to the West Bank
Breaking the Silence invite tourists to Israel to visit Hebron and 'see the full picture;' Israeli minister blasts 'lies'
Security forces destroy two family apartments of Arafat Irfaiya, who killed and raped 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher in February
Gideon Levy Wounded Palestinian Prisoners Left in Rain With No Food or Toilets in 'Night of the Atrocity'
About 100 shackled security prisoners in an Israeli prison were left outside for 36 hours, after two guards were stabbed. This week they launched a hunger strike
And if you donate $220, you could get a private tour of the scene of the execution
No other injuries were reported in the incident at the city of Hebron
Meanwhile, Israeli forces demolish home of Palestinian assailant who killed two soldiers, shot pregnant woman whose baby later died
Arafat Irfaiya is currently in custody and awaiting an indictment in what has been ruled by the Shin Bet as a 'nationalistically motivated' murder
After Netanyahu scraps international peacekeeping mission in Hebron, some Palestinians decided to take matters into their own hands and fill the void created in the contested, conflict-prone West Bank city
State department spokesman says decision not to renew TIPH's mandate doesn't violate Israel's agreements with the PA, one day after the United States blocked a UN resolution denouncing it
Israel just expelled the only international monitors protecting Hebron’s Palestinians from 800 heavily guarded far-right settlers, one of whom committed the 1994 massacre that triggered their deployment. No one expected Trump to respond - but where's the European outcry?
Draft Security Council resolution expressed regret at Israeli decision to end the mandate of the Temporary International Presence after two decades
Foreign Ministry statement says international task force prevented clashes in the city, which could now worsen in light of persisting 'Israeli settlement policy'
Foreign ministers of Norway, Sweden, Italy, Switzerland, and Turkey say Netanyahu's decision represents 'departure from Oslo accords,' deny observers were acting with an anti-Israeli bias
PLO secretary general says move was coordinated with Trump: 'It may be a superpower but nobody will bend us'
Employees of TIPH say they were not informed officially of Israeli decision to expel Hebron monitoring force and learned about it from the media
Haaretz recently covered a confidential report put out by the Temporary International Presence in Hebron documenting Israel regularly breaking international law in the divided West Bank city
Yuli Edelstein will tour the divided city with the far-right Im Tirzu organization
Exclusive Confidential Report Based on 20 Years of Monitoring Claims: Israel Regularly Breaks International Law in Hebron
The international monitoring force, recognized by Israel, disputes land ownership of settlers, slams restrictions on movement and worship, and says 'normal life' is nowhere to be found in the West Bank city
Well-known Palestinian activist Issa Amro had been falsely arrested without warrant in the West Bank town of Hebron. The court ruled that the Israeli solider had no grounds to make the arrest
Despite the Israeli settlement government’s decision to create yet more facts on the ground in Hebron, the camp still hoping for a two-state solution is silent
The IDF said the army doesn't launch stun grenades or tear gas into schools, but after a video surfaced it altered its response
Defense Minister Lieberman says the long-stalled project can now move ahead following a formal opinion by the Defense Ministry's legal adviser permitting it
A Civil Administration press release stated the site was intended for the ‘general public.' When the activists arrived, the army told them the area was a closed military zone, with entry allowed only those who purchased tickets