State has said it’s helping the Bedouin by giving them land after relocation, but much more land goes to settlers, according to figures released at the behest of rights groups
The officer suffered a mild head injury and was evacuated to a hospital; three people from the West Bank settlement of Yitzhar were detained
Police say the video shows the employee puncturing the tires. Owner of vehicle: 'Foreign Ministry and Israel allow this farce'
The new law, meant to silence organizations critical of the Israeli military, requires NGOs receiving 50% donation from foreign sources to declare it, but Breaking the Silence and B'Tselem say they're under the threshold
Hamza Faiz must also pay victim Nirit Zmora $182,000 in compensation for her injury in the 2015 attack
Palestinian education ministry celebrated the opening of the school year in Khan al-Ahmar a month ahead of time, hoping this might stymie the village's evacuation
Lawyers for Ebru Özkan, who was jailed for a month, tell Haaretz that military prosecution sent her home and suspended proceedings against her by classifying her as someone who 'could not be located'
State appealed against the release of the man, who was a minor during the incident, in which a 18-months-old and his parents were murdered
Confession by minor was disqualified because it was obtained through torture ■ Three members of Dawabsheh family were murdered in 2015 attack in West Bank
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Prosecution to file an indictment Sunday against Ebru Ozkan ■ Her lawyer says she was accused of asking to transfer money and a cellphone charger to Hamas members, but she wasn't aware of their identity
In precedent-setting legal interpretation: Mitzpeh Kramim outpost built on privately-owned Palestinian land can be legalized under certain conditions, government tells court
Supreme Court Justice Anat Baron filed the injunction following appeal by village's lawyer and harsh criticism from EU countries. The Israeli government has until July 11 to respond
Diplomats from twelve countries visited Khan al-Ahmar after locals clashed with police. The diplomats were blocked from visiting a school in the village, after Israel declares the area a 'closed military zone'
UN Special Coordinator for Mideast Peace Nikolay Mladenov condemns Israel, tweeting that 'actions undermine two-state solution' ■ EU criticizes move, says it 'undermines prospects for lasting peace'
Red Crescent report dozens Palestinians wounded, four evacuated to hospital ■ The expulsion of several dozen Bedouin families from Khan al-Ahmar is seen as enabling future expansion of the settlement of Kfar Adumim
Authorities failed to stipulate the purpose of funds transferred between 2013 and 2015 to organization involved in the establishment of many illegal settlements and outposts
The soldier, who served a prison sentence after he shot and killed a wounded terrorist, returned to the city for the first time since his release from prison
Petitioners for Palestinian municipality hope bench will strike down government order to create a body that may infringe on non-Jewish residents' rights
The people from the illegal outpost of Amona were evacuated to a spot hastily set up without sewage treatment