Ashraf Walid Saliman Na'alwa killed two Israelis in a shooting attack last month and has been at large since ■ His relatives are accused of knowing he planned to attack and failing to stop him as well of hiding security footage
Arab Israeli conflict
Five wounded by rubber bullets and three of the wounded in serious condition, ministry says ■ Slogan for next week's protest to be 'the resistance forces are uniting the Palestinian people'
Demonstrators accuse gov’t of disregarding their security needs, with some demanding resignation of Prime Minister Netanyahu
Police say the assailant arrived at the station, pulled out a knife and attacked policemen, who shot and wounded him
'We've been abandoned for 18 years': Demonstrators block roads and confront police in Sderot, one of the main targets of Gaza rockets for well over a decade
The Strip has suffered serious damage from Israeli airstrikes over the past three days, but the feeling in Gaza is that the situation won't escalate into a full-fledged war
Despite recent reports on progress in talks, Yahya Sinwar denies there is any breakthrough but says Hamas is reaching understanding with Egypt, Qatar and UN ■ 28-year-old Palestinian dies in Gaza-border protest
Israeli army claims the man set fire to a greenhouse when troops tried to arrest him after initially believing that the fire was set on accident by Israeli troops
Mark Harris, a former Baptist pastor running as a Republican congressional candidate in North Carolina said in a sermon that every tongue in Jerusalem 'shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord'
Facebook only lifted its ban on the advertisement of the documentary after Haaretz contacted the company, which told distributors it would not allow 'advertising that includes derogatory or sensational content'