Israel envoy vindicated by Washington's decision tells Europeans to back off ■ Israeli human rights activist argues there can be no peace without advocating for Palestinian and Israeli well-being equally
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Haaretz sent an embassy official some follow-up questions about the recent shift in American policy – these are the answers we got
Some 20 targets hit in the attack, more than half Iranian ■ Netanyahu: 'Whoever harms us - we will strike back' ■ Iranians may have suffered fatalities, senior Israeli defense official says ■ Watchdog says 23 killed, 15 of which are non-Syrian ■ Russia calls attack a 'wrong move'
Omar Shakir is slated to leave Israel on November 25. Meanwhile, Shakir has filed a request for another hearing from Israel's Supreme Court
Russia, Arab Nations Warn Trump's Settlements Policy Could 'Escalate' Tensions, Lead to 'Dangerous Consequences'
Pompeo announced that the administration will reverse its approach to the settlements issue, drawing widespread criticism
Analysis After Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, the Latest Trump Statement Isn't Going to Make Settlements Legal
With both Trump and Netanyahu facing political troubles at home, timing of U.S. policy shift is surprising, as Secretary Pompeo insists all his administration is trying to do is 'advance peace'
Israelis Laud 'Historic' U.S. Policy Shift on Settlements; Palestinians Call for International Rebuke
The EU stresses following the announcement, made by Secretary Pompeo, that 'all settlement activity erodes the prospects for a lasting peace'
This policy shift is the latest in a series of Trump administration moves that weaken Palestinian claims to statehood
Speaking at the weekly cabinet meeting, prime minister said 'we maintain complete freedom of action and we will hurt whoever tries to hurt us'
The Palestinian refugee agency, which recently lost its chief amid misconduct allegations, received overwhelming support at the General Assembly
Kahol Lavan leader met with Yisrael Beiteinu chairman in bid to end political deadlock, but no clear path to coalition emerges
Four years after decision, only 10 percent of wines from Israeli settlements in the West Bank are labeled as such
On Tuesday, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that member states must identify products from Israeli settlement by marking their origin on the label
Schools, offices closed as some 200 rockets fired from Gaza in reprisal for killing of Baha Abu al-Ata and his wife ■ Another eight Gazans killed in IDF strikes ■ No Israelis killed
International outcry comes as Egypt and other international officials work to mediate a cease-fire
European Court of Justice rules that not labeling settlement products could mislead consumers about Israel being 'an occupying power' in the Palestinian territories
Army chief of staff and Shin Bet head say Baha Abu al-Ata was major force behind subverting calm with Gaza ■ Israeli lawmakers accuse Netanyahu of using killing to promote political interests
Revelation from IAEA is the first time it has acknowledged in a report that allegations made by the U.S. and Israel against Iran are true ■ Report also confirms Tehran is enriching uranium at underground Fordo facility
Twenty-two-year-old Omar Haitham al-Badawi was shot during clashes with Israeli security forces in the Al-Aroub refugee camp ■ Circumstances seem to indicate he posed no threat, says UN envoy Mladenov
"The EU stands firm in protecting freedom of expression and freedom of association," read the statement
Requirements: 'Ability to analyze threats'
Following IAEA reports on Iran's refusal to cooperate with investigation, Netanyahu calls to 'resist Iran's aggression and terror' and 'snap back sanctions'
Left-wing Front for the Protection of Democracy complains to Civil Service Commission over remarks made by National Security Council Deputy Director Reuven Azar at a Christian media conference
'The revival of the Jewish people in the land of Israel is a divine promise being fulfilled,' deputy national security adviser, a Foreign Ministry employee, says at event for Christian media
Commissioner General Pierre Krahenbuhl replaced by deputy Christian Saunders ■ Nature of the allegations as yet unconfirmed
State says Omar Shakir supports boycott movement, while he says decision is part of attempt to silence human rights organizations working in Israel
Jordan recalled its ambassador to Israel last week in protest over the arrest of the two, who have been held without trial for the past two months
Gaza Barrage: IDF Strikes Hamas Targets After 10 Rockets Launched at Israel, Gaza Ministry Reports One Dead
Israel targeted by rocket fire for second consecutive day, 8 of the rockets intercepted ■ House in Sderot hit by shrapnel, no injuries reported ■ Israeli army strikes range of Hamas targets
Court orders ministry employees to continue with negotiations, overruling plan to shut down Gaza, West Bank checkpoints
Israeli officials anticipate Russia will not be pleased with decision to extradite Aleksey Burkov, for which Moscow offered to release an Israeli sentenced to 7.5 years in prison for minor drug charges