Israel's media conceals the destructive, terrifying reality and adopts the discourse of terror as the main point of departure for talking about the Palestinians
The fuel that is igniting the campaign against Ariel University is purely political and ideological
'The good of the state triumphed over the petty politics of the university cartel,' education minister says
It would not be unreasonable for the Council for Higher Education in Israel to make a decision that contradicts the territories council, which operates under orders from the army’s Central Command commander
State tells court it will retroactively legalize structures in Alei Zahav, invoking new legal mechanism for the first time
Statement by Hosen L'Yisrael was issued in response to comments by Zvi Hauser, number 8 on its list, who told an Israeli daily the former military chief 'won't build any less than Netanyahu'
The revote came after Haaretz reported that one council member was vying for a professorship at the West Bank institution, Ariel University, when she voted to set up the medical school
Netanyahu's closest election rival told Israeli newspaper 2005 evacuation of Gaza settlers was 'a good decision,' adding: 'We need to enact its lessons elsewhere'
Amnesty International tried to persuade online booking companies to stop listing sites in the West Bank. In response, Israel is trying to outlaw it. PLUS: The latest on the upcoming general election. Listen free.
Nothing endangers academia’s independence more than the kind of interference by Education Minister Naftali Bennett in approving a medical school for Ariel University in the West Bank
One of the greatest paradoxes of Israeli national identity is that it draws strength from the lives that are lost in its name. This process has grown particularly twisted among radical settlers, who use death to generate meaning
The organization's Settlement Division provided a mortgage loan for Gilad Ach, who heads a group deploying undercover agents among left-wing NGOs
'Private Settler Farm': Israeli Activists Petition High Court to Revoke West Bank Nature Reserve's Status
The petition argues that the area's designations as a reserve and a firing zone are mere pretexts that allow the state to legally remove Palestinians
I helped establish the illegal West Bank outpost where the suspects in the murder of a Palestinian woman, Aisha Rabi, studied. I've watched the Israeli right wing radicalize to the point of devaluing human life - for anyone who isn’t Jewish
MKs were expected to make the visit in March but Israel's Knesset speaker decides to nix trip over 'shameful law' that Ireland's lower house recently advanced
The death of Hamdy Na’asan proves one thing: land that is hard to steal by means of Israeli laws is stolen by means of the settlers’ violent, sacred fire and code of silence
The truth in the land of illegal outposts is that the settlers are above the law, while the Palestinians are trampled by it
'If it's up to me, there won't be any more halting settlements,' Israeli premier tells residents of the partially-evacuated settlement of Netiv Ha'avot and says demolition of their homes was 'a mishap'
Canadian government revokes charity status of 'Beth Oloth' due to donations to pre-army institutions in Israel, which it says 'were not charitable under Canadian law'
Israeli army, settlers and Palestinians all tell different stories about clashes that killed Palestinian
Palestinian residents of a West Bank village are being targeted by hate crimes coming from two nearby Jewish outposts
Celebrated Dutch writer Arnon Grunberg had already embedded with troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, in a nursing home and in a psychiatric asylum. Nothing prepared him for his latest foray - to Dolev, the settlement where his sister has been living for over a decade
Comedian and pro-Israel activist planted a tree alongside settler leader and said Jewish settlers are 'the pioneers at the forefront of Israel' ■ BDS, she claims, 'is very much the same as the first Nazi boycott of Jewish businesses'
38-year-old man is said to have been shot in the back in the village of Al-Mughayyir ■ Ten other Palestinians wounded, three in serious condition
The legislation, which calls for prison terms and high fines for businesses trading with West Bank settlement goods, would have 'severe ramifications' on relations, Foreign Ministry warns
Another Palestinian village joins the popular protest, its inhabitants no longer able to bear attacks by settlers. Vandals have butchered a grove of 35-year-old olive trees in the village. The tracks led to a nearby settler outpost
The Adelson-funded school at Ariel University has yet to open but has allocated 70 spots as part of a greater national effort to increase the number of medical students in Israel
Two contested autonomous areas in the republic of Georgia, South Ossetia and Abhkazia, have been added to Airbnb's list of places where homes won't be offered
17-year-old Khalil Jabarin stabbed Ari Fuld to death in September
The opening of the new 'apartheid road' connecting Jerusalem with its northern settlements was met with silence. Right-wing politicians are no longer afraid of a response, they know the world will remain indifferent