Senior officers will have authority to keep reporters and photographers out if it would 'escalate the atmosphere of violence'
This year, 40 Arabs were murdered from January through August, while 77 such murders occurred in 2017 and 66 in 2016, said Israeli police commissioner Roni Alsheich
Judge says suspect shot the man, who was seriously wounded, 'as a dubious form of entertainment'
Authorities think settlers may have hurled stones at the car in which Aisha Mohammed Rabi and her husband were sitting ■ Shin Bet involved in investigation
47-year-old Aisha Mohammed Rabi was driving with her husband and two daughters when she was reportedly struck in the head with a stone thrown by settlers. Police are investigating the matter
Palestinian reports identify suspect as Muaz Ahmad Al-Haj Ali, 19-year-old resident of West Bank village of Jama'in
Requests for gun permits have increase by 183 percent in the past year after the public security minister changed permit criteria
Some 300 Palestinian security prisoners would see their sentences shortened as a way to ease prison overcrowding, but a key minister says he’s with the families
The chairman warned of shutting down the bill to allow early release of some 300 Palestinian prisoners to assure 'no terrorist or security prisoner is released by it'
Jafar Farah was arrested following a protest in Haifa in May against Israel's policies in Gaza. He says that while in custody, the cop knocked him to the ground and handcuffed him with force
No one was injured ■ unclear if the intention to hurt or kill the officer, or just to send a threatening message
Israeli forces raid home of Palestinian suspect, former employee of factory where shooting occurred ■ Police suspect shooting may have been revenge attack
Ahed Tamimi’s brother is among the security prisoners expected to be freed ■ 1,000 prisoners to be released overall after Knesset passes bill to ease prisons conditions
Professional soccer player suspected in the hit-and-run, Itzhak Asefa, now faces a potential manslaughter charge
Itzhak Asefa of M.S. Ashdod says he’s innocent ■ Judge says he ‘abandoned two minors thrown on the road in a pool of their own blood’
The Metropolitan Mass Transit System argued that if their work did not continue over Shabbat, there was a risk that the tunnel dug so far, 30 meters underground, could collapse
Odeh claimed his injury came from a sponge-tipped bullet fired by police during the evacuation of the Bedouin encampment, while the police said Odeh was hit in the head by a rock thrown by the protestors at police
Candidate must be an Orthodox rabbi with experience in issuing halakhic rulings
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan announces possible replacements for Alsheich ■ Cites replacement as a result of differences in opinions that affect 'public's trust in the police'
The man, who is now 61, has been in jail since 2000 for failing to grant his wife a 'get,' the bill of divorce required by Jewish religious law to finalize a divorce