IDF detains three Palestinians from nearby village after they allegedly burned a non-permanent structure, leading to the death of a dog that was tied to the building.
Chaim Levinson is a Haaretz correspondent, covering the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Previously, he was the Yedioth Ahoronot correspondent for Religious Affairs and the Orthodox communities.
Levinson received his B.A. in Social and Humanities Studies at the Open University and is currently studying for his M.A. in Interdisciplinary Democracy Studies.
Warning comes as residents object to clause of outpost relocation plan.
Representatives to talks with Israel government deflect proposed deal to move to state-owned land after consulting with rabbis; Minister Begin: Residents have mere hours to decide on deal.
Plan, prepared at the request of Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz, calls for establishing 11 new rail lines, according to a map that Haaretz has obtained
Officers falsely claimed they did not know the identity of the Palestinian, who was left to die by the side of the road, when in fact they did, and should therefore have been able to release him into the care of his family.
Zoning committee rejects government proposal to legalize Sansana, saying there is no justification for a new settlement in the area because it is possible to build within existing ones.
Law in question provides pardons for demonstrators guilty of minor infractions in connection with the 2005 Gaza disengagement.
Khader Adnan had filed a challenge to the High Court of Justice over the four-month administrative detention order against him.
After being seriously hurt in an accident, the thief was dumped in the middle of the night, shoeless and clad only in a thin hospital gown. Police and hospital staff blame everyone but themselves for his death that night.
Israel's Civil Administration Promoting Legislation to Let Settlers Build Dirt Roads Without Planning Approval
If approved, the new policy would substantially expand the ability of Jewish settlers in the West Bank to take control of additional land.