By attaching themselves to the U.S. president’s legacy, the settlers risk payback from a Democratic successor
Indictment says Assaf Sadeh shot weapon in the air in residential area ■ Suspect's lawyer claims stones were thrown by Palestinians at settlers first
Hebrew grafitti sprayed at the scene said 'Jews do not stay silent'
The organization faces calls to investigate suspicions that tens of millions of dollars earmarked for Jerusalem have wound up being used to buy land and other property in occupied territory
The new regional funds are a result of policy change by Culture Minister Miri Regev who says the initiate will diversify 'the range of voices in Israeli society'
No arrests made ■ Police say incident is attempt by 'lawbreakers' to prevent enforcement of a 'closed military area' imposed on illegal outpost
New regional film funds initiated by Culture Minister Miri Regev include one in the territories, aimed at resident Jewish artists. While one producer decries funding ‘distributed to people of one nationality or religion,’ another welcomes the boon for right-wingers
'We are seeing a rise in violence directed toward security forces, and intend to do everything possible to locate the suspect,' a police statement said.
Court approves plea deal in which the minor admitted to conspiring to set fire to the Dawabsheh family home, resulting in the death of the parents and their baby
Yitzhar's settler leaders slam the move, which comes after settlers hurled stones at Border Police troops, saying it 'only inflames the situation'
Analysis Violent Jewish Settlers Won't Be Easily Deterred — Even With Increased Israeli Security Presence
A series of attacks at Yitzhar settlement prompted condemnations, but the phenomenon isn't new ■ Defense establishment recommends opening a police station there, a move that Netanyahu isn't likely to pass
It’s a system – violence carried out with the army’s full backing and with the aim of expanding, on a daily basis, the area from which Palestinians are driven out
Jewish settlers hurled rocks toward Border Police troops near the settlement of Yitzhar; forces responded by firing stun grenades
In the West Bank, after settlers attacked Palestinians and wounded a soldier, they will bow their heads just for a while, until the storm passes and the fury is brushed aside
Incident comes after settlers throw stones at Palestinian farmers
Police and Israeli army say no arrests were made because assailants managed to flee the scene ■ Incident comes days after activists said they were assaulted while helping farmers, also near village of Burin
Israeli army confirms altercations took place in the village, and that the fire that broke out there was caused by arson, adding that one of the perpetrators was arrested
Vehicles in Deir Ammar were vandalized and sprayed with Stars of David and slogans in Hebrew, including 'when brothers are murdered, our duty is not to forget.'
Masked vandals were caught on camera entering the village, puncturing tires and spray-painting 'when Jews are hurt, we don’t forget our obligation'
Israeli voters said no to the settler camp’s pretense of (Jewish!) morality and the Torah covering all crimes. Seven Knesset seats – that’s their true strength.
Currently, Israeli Jews are only allowed to do real estate deals there via a company and with the approval of the head of the Civil Administration