Relatively few Arabs remained within Israel’s post-1948 borders, but the fact that no Jews remained in the territories conquered by the Arabs has been forgotten.
Last of the protesters evicted from the illegal outpost's synagogue ■ Forty-one officers wounded during evacuation ■ Netanyahu promises new settlement for Amona evacuees ■ Bennett vows annexation of West Bank.
Residents of Tzur Hadassah in the Judean Hills object to construction beyond the town’s boundary.
Official quoted as saying Netanyahu requested delay in vote – which pertains to both Jewish and Palestinian homes – due to fears of further straining U.S. ties.
U.S. State Department says Israel's actions raise questions as to its commitment to a negotiated settlement with the Palestinians.
The building plan on the docket was on the expansion Gilo, in an area that has raised the ire of the U.S. in the past. Officials in City Hall confirmed that outside pressure led to the canceling.
Planning committee adds 56 residential units to 700 already planned, by expanding building density, not boundaries.
Plan to build some 2,500 housing units beyond 1967 Green Line being spearheaded by private developers, but enjoys local government's support.
These are construction plans that would never have passed international muster had they not been preceded by acts of gruesome violence.
Ramallah is in Israel? And Umm al Fahm isn't? Those are a couple of the glaring errors in the new civics textbook meant to educate future generations of Israeli high school students.