Minister Yoav Galant warns against Negev Bedouin achieving territorial contiguity with West Bank Palestinians, urges continued settling of south Hebron Hills
Israel’s military court had ordered the sides — both of which appealed soldier Elor Azaria’s sentence — to reach an agreement
'Hebron is not an obstacle to peace,' president tells local settlers, 'It is a test of our ability to live side by side'
Elor Azaria is appealing 'severity' of manslaughter conviction and 18-month jail sentence for killing Palestinian assailant last year while latter was lying on ground badly wounded. Meanwhile, prosecution is appealing sentence's 'leniency'
Judge Zvi Segal questions different approaches to testimonies by Sgt. Elor Azaria and his commanding officer, Maj. Tom Naaman, on day of shooting in March 2016
As a key modern Orthodox leader, think again about joining Jerusalem Day marchers who scream ‘Death to Arabs’, promoting one of the most contentious of all Israeli settlements, and the consequences for Diaspora Jews
Israeli police say the suspect, a 20-year-old Palestinian, approached Border Patrol forces near Cave of the Patriarchs and pulled a knife; none hurt
Sgt. Elor Azaria was convicted by an Israeli military court of killing Abdel Fattah al-Sharif while the Palestinian, who had stabbed another soldier, was lying on the ground badly wounded
Twenty years after Hebron was divided into two separate areas, the Palestinians who have remained in the Israeli-controlled section are a testament to courage and endurance
Im Tirtzu has launched tours of the West Bank hot spot in an effort to counter what it calls the 'delegitimization and lies' of left-wing tours of the city.