Gaza residents say the decision is a continuation of Israel’s policy of collective punishment and further proof that Israel controls all of the Strip.
Lebanon has been rebuilt and even the tourists are back, but the economy is still sagging amid 1 million Syrian refugees.
The man has been identified as Juma Ibrahim Abu Anima, 19, a resident of an unrecognized Bedouin village in southern Israel.
Border Police opened fire on car that sped toward them during operation north of Jerusalem, Israeli military says.
Israeli Arab woman who waved knife at Border Policemen until they shot her doesn't realize gravity of actions, court rules.
In response to Al-Arabiya report, Prime Minister's Bureau said 'whether matter was discussed or not, Israel always s ready for unconditional, direct negotiations.'
Hisham Khoury claims discrimination, says he may sue the airline.
In response to petition by Israeli Arab law center, police reveal a heavily censored document, redacting parts relating to use of supposedly 'non-lethal' Ruger rifle. Several Palestinians, including children, were killed by Ruger fire.
Just as it weakened criticism of Israel in a Quartet report issued last week, Washington may try to avert putting any diplomatic pressure that the Paris initiative would entail, a senior Palestinian official tells Haaretz.
Nearly a decade and a half after he began serving multiple life sentences for his role in the killings of the second intifada, Marwan Barghouti is still seen – among most Palestinians, many Israelis and world leaders – as the man who could lead his people to independence. Through a mediator, Barghouti tells Haaretz that he remains a staunch proponent of the two-state solution and that he intends to run for Palestinian president should elections be held.