Human rights group filmed several dozen Israelis, some masked, hurling stones. One video shows an armed Israeli crouching next to soldiers
Ahmed Halawa was suspected of planning the shooting of two Palestinian officers. Week of violence casts doubts on Palestinian Authority's control of area.
Troops had to extricate Hasids after Palestinians threw stones at their bus en route to predawn visit to Joseph's Tomb in Nablus. Israeli teen lightly injured in incident.
U.S. and West Bank cities' connection would help combat misunderstandings about Palestinians, says project leader; opponents say Nablus is too closely linked with anti-Israel sentiment.
In 'Teaching Ignorance,' filmmaker Tamara Erde offers powerful footage of bright educators who teach one narrative and yet seem oblivious to the existence of another. A must-see for teachers in conflict zones.
Rabbi Eliezer Berland, who is accused of sexual abuse, ordered his followers to repaint the tomb from his hideout in South Africa.
Dozens of Palestinians wounded in clashes with Israeli security forces in West Bank amid Shin Bet arrest raids.
'Hamas is making life bitter in the West Bank' is one of the messages.
Nablus man allegedly attacked volunteer when he was shot, according to Border Police.
Yariv Horowitz, whose first feature film nabbed the prestigious International Confederation of Art Cinemas award at this year's Berlin International Film Festival, says making a movie about Israeli soldiers during the first intifada wasn't just cathartic for him. It was cathartic for the entire nation.