Meir Turgeman quotes housing minister as saying Netanyahu opposes building in controversial Givat Hamatos.
Residents say at least 500 homes have been raided in past two months, despite police not having warrants to gather intelligence.
After video of incident is found, judge makes decision to release Sanad Shouman, who mistakenly ran over security guard's foot.
Justices issue temporary injunction against law, which sees families of convicted Palestinian minors lose state benefits while their child is incarcerated.
Buoyed by Trump's ascent to power, here are the plans that could create irrevocable facts on the ground.
To portray construction in the settlements as an exclusive deal between Israel and the American government is misleading and dangerous.
French Foreign Ministry statement mentions UN Security Council resolution 2334 and Paris peace summit, warns 'settlements represent a serious threat to the two-state solution.'
Lifting of restrictions stemming from political pressure was one of the reasons the ministers agreed to postpone a scheduled vote on the annexation of a West Bank settlement.
The head of the organization's outlawed northern branch was dropped off alone at a bus station upon his release. Police may indict him again for incitement and other alleged crimes.
Municipality dismisses claim of collective punishment, but local residents complain of increased police and city employees' action.