Netanyahu says the postponement of evacuation is for a short time: 'I believe it will be with consent' ■ Villagers' attorney says there are discussions of constructing an alternative site, hundreds of meters away from village
Sources in Netanyahu's office tell Haaretz the decision was made in order to look into different offers that were made before forcefully evicting residents ■ Security forces have reiterated in recent days that they are ready to clear out the village
Police and Border Police arrested the suspect and handed him over to security forces for questioning; a knife was found nearby
A Civil Administration press release stated the site was intended for the ‘general public.' When the activists arrived, the army told them the area was a closed military zone, with entry allowed only those who purchased tickets
This is the fourth time in five years that the monastery and its cemetery were vandalized
Court won't hesitate to take action if needed, Fatou Bensouda says
Tires of dozens of vehicles were slashed, and some cars were painted with Stars of David and graffiti in Hebrew, Palestinians report
David Friedman says his visit to Ariel included meetings with Israeli and Palestinian businessmen 'willing to advance coexistence,' but J Street says it 'sends a clear message of support for the settlement movement'
Judge says suspect shot the man, who was seriously wounded, 'as a dubious form of entertainment'
'My thoughts and prayers are with Mrs. Aysha al-Rabi’s 8 children and husband,' special envoy to Middle East peace process tweets