Last week 300 vines were pulled from the ground in a vineyard in Hebron. A graffiti was sprayed on a rock nearby, saying: 'We will reach everywhere'
The 15-year-old the cousin of Ahed Tamimi was arrested for throwing rocks at cars outside his West Bank village, but was later released; family denies claims
Aides of the 82-year-old Palestinian president say that he was taken to a hospital after feeling ill. Haaretz reported in March that Abbas' health continues to deteriorate
Graffiti saying 'We will reach everywhere' was spray-painted on a nearby rock, in the latest in a string of vandalism cases on Palestinian property
Palestinian President Recalls Washington Envoy as Israel Faces Diplomatic Crisis After Gaza Killings
Israel says thwarts infiltration attempt from Gaza ■ Belgium summons Israeli envoy ■ Nikki Haley: No country would act with more restraint than Israel ■ Israel says 24 of 60 killed Monday were militants
In Rare Move, Knesset C'tee Pushes for Applying New City Elections Bill in Settlements – Within Weeks
If passed in plenum, the proposed law – part of right-wing efforts to implement Israeli law in the West Bank – would take effect before upcoming municipal election campaigns
Get Haaretz correspondents' top takes on the latest round of battles between Israel and the Palestinians, and – at the same time – on Trump moving the embassy to Jerusalem
Israel warned Hamas on Monday that it might strike senior Hamas officials in the Gaza Strip if protests continue. 59 Palestinians killed in Monday's clashes
Marches planned against U.S. embassy move and for Palestinian statehood, raising potential for additional clashes besides those expected on Gaza border
We won’t deny it: We have a dream, for the honorable judges to tell the state: It stops here.