Approval expected for hundreds of homes in secluded settlements outside of main blocs. Avigdor Lieberman had said that 2,500 new homes would be considered, but this includes some that were already approved
The Palestinian had been randomly stopped for inspection by police when they discovered it had been involved in the weekend accident, from which he had fled
Settlers claim arson, say fire damaged trees worth thousands of shekels ■ In South Hebron Hill, where the hay was burned, graffiti sprayed saying 'We will reach everywhere'
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'
Army says ten Gazans crossed the border and set a sniper outpost on fire; manhunt still underway after 'failed terror attack' near Ramallah in West Bank
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
'I have already commented on it and I said that it never happened, there was nothing and there will be nothing,' Yoram Halevy tells reporters at the Western Wall
The informant, a settler from an illegal West Bank outpost, hung himself soon after speaking to his handler
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
The Health Ministry in Ramallah noted that 27 people were injured in the West Bank, and one is in grave condition. Two Israeli border police officers were also injured during the protests
According to reports, the assailing vehicle fled the scene after hitting a solider at a security checkpoint near the Shavei Shomron settlement. Security forces have begun searching for the driver
The Jerusalem municipality says the campaign shows an accurate drawing of NIF president Talia Sasson that marks her as a target and could encourage violence against her personally
A lower court’s ruling of procedural faults is overturned in the case of Israelis suspected of inciting to violence by celebrating a fatal attack on a Palestinian family
Data obtained by Haaretz shows that 37 percent of the WZO's mobile homes are in the West Bank. According to Peace Now, some of those were placed there illegally
Source refutes allegations that Trump associates hired the intelligence agency to snoop on aides who worked on the Iran nuclear deal
Committee presents unprecedented recommendations to legalize thousands of homes built on privately-owned Palestinian land in West Bank settlements
Security service, police flailing as settler vandals run wild: 'Either the Shin Bet doesn’t want to catch them, or someone there knows what he’s doing'
Maurice Hirsch led the prosecution in the West Bank earlier in the decade; NGO founder Dror Etkes blames ‘the rot in the law enforcement system’ for the alleged conflict of interest
Authorities urge caution on Lag Ba'omer, customarily celebrated with communal bonfires all over the country
The maximum time a Palestinian from the West Bank can be detained for reasons unrelated to security has been reduced