'Shimon Peres was the last remaining Israeli official who founded the occupation,' militant group ruling Gaza says following his death.
Testifying on behalf of so-called Hebron shooter, former Gaza division commander describes him as 'cool-headed' and 'reasonable' in his behavior.
Only two of Israel's ministers showed up for one of IDF's largest and more complex exercises simulating war on all fronts.
As the terror attacks increase, so does the tension between Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman and the top military brass. His conduct nowadays is reminiscent of his behavior just before the 2014 Gaza war.
A 1985 document from an Israeli think tank sounded a stark warning about the economic and demographic time bomb that was ticking in the Gaza Strip — if anyone wanted to hear it.
The family of Oron Shaul, who was killed in the 2014 Gaza war, demanded that the prime minister convene a meeting to advance efforts.
Decision to blacklist the Gaza group was improperly based on media reports, not a thorough investigation, Eleanor Sharpston claims ahead of European Court of Justice ruling on Hamas' appeal.
In response, the IDF accuses B’Tselem of ‘bias’ and of waging ‘a campaign of deligitimization.’
In two cables from '67 and '68, Foreign Ministry officials admit violations of Geneva Conventions, instruct diplomats how to evade need for compliance by eschewing use of the word ‘occupation.’
Drone did not infiltrate Israeli airspace and was surveilled by the military from take off, statement says.