Israel envoy vindicated by Washington's decision tells Europeans to back off ■ Israeli human rights activist argues there can be no peace without advocating for Palestinian and Israeli well-being equally
Haaretz sent an embassy official some follow-up questions about the recent shift in American policy – these are the answers we got
Trump administration on Monday abandoned the position held by the United States for four decades that the settlements were 'inconsistent with international law'
Trump had already tightened his bond with his pro-Israel constituency by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital in 2017, moving the U.S. embassy in 2018 and endorsing Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights
The U.S. declaration could provide a tailwind to the right-wing plan of annexation
By attaching themselves to the U.S. president’s legacy, the settlers risk payback from a Democratic successor
Russia, Arab Nations Warn Trump's Settlements Policy Could 'Escalate' Tensions, Lead to 'Dangerous Consequences'
Pompeo announced that the administration will reverse its approach to the settlements issue, drawing widespread criticism
Analysis After Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, the Latest Trump Statement Isn't Going to Make Settlements Legal
With both Trump and Netanyahu facing political troubles at home, timing of U.S. policy shift is surprising, as Secretary Pompeo insists all his administration is trying to do is 'advance peace'
Israelis Laud 'Historic' U.S. Policy Shift on Settlements; Palestinians Call for International Rebuke
The EU stresses following the announcement, made by Secretary Pompeo, that 'all settlement activity erodes the prospects for a lasting peace'
Police say Muad Amarna may have been too close to a clash with dozens of rioting demonstrators in the West Bank near Hebron
There is nothing ethical in trading in products made with stolen natural resources on stolen land. There can be no meaningful peace process that normalizes war crimes and violations of international law
The EU ruling on labeling settlement products elicited a hysterical reaction from the Israeli right, which wants to pretend there is no border between Israel and the occupied territories
Four years after decision, only 10 percent of wines from Israeli settlements in the West Bank are labeled as such
Stones and paint thrown at officers trying to arrest 'hilltop youth' activist defying injunction prohibiting him from entering West Bank
Left-wing Front for the Protection of Democracy complains to Civil Service Commission over remarks made by National Security Council Deputy Director Reuven Azar at a Christian media conference
Slogans in Hebrew including ‘revenge’ and ‘closed military zone’ were painted on walls in Kabalan near Nablus, in an apparent reference to the closure of the Kumi Ori Jewish outpost by Israeli security forces last month
The clash came after police prevented illegal construction work at the outpost of Maoz Esther
'The revival of the Jewish people in the land of Israel is a divine promise being fulfilled,' deputy national security adviser, a Foreign Ministry employee, says at event for Christian media
A Palestinian man who worked in the settlement was indicted in the case, but was released after mishandling of the investigation emerged
Raising a pious, pro-settler generation: Israeli schoolkids are now targets of a state-sponsored campaign of political and religious indoctrination
The two are suspected of slashing car tires and spray-painting slogans such as 'only non-Jews are expelled from the country' in northern Israel
Despite obstacles, the philanthropist couple joined students and officials to celebrate the start of the academic year as the university tries to fight its reputation as a 'settler' institution
This handful has the sympathy of countless others
The UN expert on human rights in the Palestinian territories says this is a step to potentially end Israel's 52-year-old 'illegal occupation'
Graffiti sprayed-painted in scene likely refers to recent decision by Israeli army to declare hill from which settlers threw rocks at soldiers as closed-off military zone