When public bus line 18 stops at the entrance to the Barzilai Medical Center, Palestinians have to get off and go through security checks, while Israeli passengers continue their journey uninterrupted
Arab Israeli conflict
Judge rules that Mustafa Khatib's mother was not responsible for his 2015 attack against Israeli forces, says expelling her would violate her rights
Issam Akel convicted over 'an attempt to to transfer Palestinian lands to a foreign country' ■ His arrest and indictment signify a worsening in tensions between Israel and Palestinians over issue of land plots' sale
‘If two families know how to live on one piece of land...maybe two nations can too,’ says Micha Ullman whose work is currently on display at the Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art
Avichai Mandelblit also blasts the construction of new structures at an evacuated West Bank outpost: 'Placing caravans on private land is no source of pride'
The infant has been evacuated to a hospital to receive medical care; incident comes amid rising tensions following uptick in terror attacks
A Haifa art show presents work by both Jews and Palestinians depicting the ongoing trauma of the 1948 war
Man identified as senior Hamas member's son ■ Incident follows death of baby who was delivered after mother shot in attack ■ Clashes erupt between Israeli troops and Palestinians throughout Ramallah
Increasing Number of Americans Prefer One-state Solution to Israel-Palestinian Conflict, U.S. Study Finds
A new poll surveying over 2,300 Americans shows growing support for giving Palestinians full and equal rights, even if that curtails Israel's Jewish character
Some 8,000 acres went up in flames due to airborne firebombs flown over the border from Gaza in recent months
National Security Council officials will coordinate an Israeli policy to lead efforts to release the two amid rising tensions between Israel and the PA
Ahmed Salame was driving his car on Friday when perpetrators opened fire on him from close range, resulting in his death ■ Salame published a video before his death where he was heard saying: 'You can call me a collaborator'
IDF decides to return boats after human rights organizations threaten to petition the High Court ■ Boats retrieved through the sea after Israel initially stipulated their return on owners taking them through land at higher costs
Milos Zeman says he will work to move embassy to Jerusalem ■ Netanyahu thanks Czech president for fighting against new and old anti-Semitism that 'aims its poisoned arrows toward the State of Israel'
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
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'
'Ignored Israeli Actions for Palestinians': Court Hears Appeal of 'First BDS Supporter' Denied Entry
A Jerusalem court heard the case on theologian Dr. Isabel Phiri who was the first non-citizen denied entry into the country in 2016 over alleged support of the boycott movement
Abbas claimed in September that Trump's peace team offered him a plan based on a Jordanian-Palestinian confederation
'The Barkan Industrial Zone has been a model of Israeli-Palestinian coexistence since 1982, with thousands working and prospering together,' U.S. ambassador tweets
Workers in the factory where the deadly shooting took place say they did not get to know the suspected assailant very well ■ According to one employee, he may have planned the attack while absent from work
'I Am a Child of the Israeli Occupation': Palestinian Teen Ahed Tamimi Pens Letter for Vogue on Time Spent in Israeli Prison
Tamimi, who was propelled to status of Palestinian icon after spending eight months in Israeli prison for slapping an IDF soldier, writes: 'I am not not a normal teenager. I became the symbol of the occupation. Life behind bars was very hard'