London's Palestine Expo is one of the biggest Palestinian events in Europe; Organizer Friends of Al-Aqsa calls minister's accusation 'hearsay from a pro-Israeli lobby group'
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Yisrael Beiteinu appeals the vote, potentially stalling the draft law for months; Reform movement, convert advocacy group slam yes vote and promise a fight
Works set to begin next month; Israeli army believes Hezbollah will try to disrupt works, claiming they deviate from international border line sanctioned by UN
Citing security concerns after threats from an ultra-nationalist group, Istanbul's governor had banned the event
Israel targets ammunition truck, two artillery guns in response to errant fire that hit Israeli territory
Three arrested ■ Incident came hours after two dozen Palestinian-owned olive trees nearby were found damaged
In a single day, PM hands Haredim two major victories that will reverberate among world Jewry
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky, a key architect of the plan, calls the move 'a retreat that will make our work to bring Israel and the Jewish world closer together increasingly more difficult'
'Demanding that Turkey pull its soldiers is unfortunately also disrespectful toward Turkey,' The Turkish leader said
Id al-Fitr celebration has been a regular Washington fixture since 1996, but the first presidential iftar actually dates back to 1805