The economic component will be released before the political part of the plan, which is still in discussions, White House says
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Prime minister hopes party leaders would let go of lofty demands 'so that we can build a strong and stable government together'
Poland summons Israeli ambassador for clarifications after 65-year-old Arik Lederman spat on the ambassador in central Tel Aviv ■ Lederman: I didn't know it was the Ambassador
Motion calls on Berlin to cut funding to projects which call for a boycott of Israel ■ Some lawmakers supporting motion release statement reiterating support for freedom to criticize Israel
For the first time, researchers have mapped the differences in EU members’ relations with the Netanyahu government and analyzed the reasons for the union’s loss of relevance in advancing a diplomatic solution to the conflict
In first for major European parliament, the move urges government not to fund or support any groups that 'question Israel's right to exist'
Evangelicals and Empty Promises: A Year After Trump’s Embassy Move, Only One Country Has Followed U.S. to Jerusalem
12 months ago, President Donald Trump broke one of the international community’s greatest taboos. However, despite Benjamin Netanyahu’s best efforts to leverage the historic moment, Guatemala is the only other state to have followed suit. Here’s why
Statement comes after Rohani warned that Iran would scale back some of the country's compliance with the deal and will increase its uranium enrichment if world powers did not keep their promises under the 2015 agreement
If understandings reached with Gazan factions aren't implemented, fighting will resume within days or weeks, defense officials say
Palestinian official says an Egyptian-mediated cease-fire agreement began Monday 4:30 A.M. ■ Nearly 700 rockets launched from Gaza and four Israelis killed in two days of hostilities ■ Israel strikes hundreds of targets in Strip, 23 Palestinians reported dead ■ Israel kills Hamas moneyman in first targeted hit since 2014
Military says Gazan in charge of Iranian fund transfers killed in targeted strike, Hamas' public security headquarters struck
Gilad Erdan says 'cultural events should not be a consideration when it comes to the force of our response'
Live Updates Over 400 Gaza Rockets Fired at Israel; One Israeli Killed, Seven Palestinians Said Killed
Rocket fire reaches as far as Be'er Sheva ■ Israel strikes 200 Hamas, Islamic Jihad targets in Strip ■ Schools cancelled across south ■ Source denies cease-fire talks
Gerard Araud tells Haaretz that he 'never said' and 'never thought' Israel is an apartheid state, pushing off backlash over remark he made in an interview to The Atlantic but warning against consequences of occupation
The money had been deposited in a Palestinian bank before it was returned in protest over the reduced amounts Israel deposited
The unique joint Memorial Day ceremony brings Israelis and Palestinians on both sides together to mourn and acknowledge each other’s grief for loved ones killed in the conflict
Offer Europeans willing to mediate would see Palestinian prisoners paid based on families' socioeconomic status, not their crimes
Yossi Shelley apologized to Tamar Zandberg after she filed a complaint with the Foreign Ministry and Civil Service Commission ■ Dispute surrounded reactions to controversial remarks by Bolsonaro on Holocaust
Brussels was careful to note that this 'does not constitute a legal or political endorsement of Israeli deductions'
Israeli officials barred from meeting outgoing French ambassador to the U.S. Gerard Araud, scheduled to visit in coming days
Israeli cuts and warnings in Ramallah over economic collapse have become a ritual that always ends with some solution. But with fewer international checks and balances, the situation may quickly deteriorate
Two weeks ago, the Jerusalem District Court denied a petition by Omar Shakir that sought to halt his deportation. His permit was withdrawn over claims that the activist supports the boycott of Israel
'It’s a clear Israeli interest to preserve stability' in the West Bank, says one of the the officials, explaining why the Palestinians won’t budge
The two, a Fatah operative and a drug smuggler, were taken by the Red Crescent emergency services through the Qunteira Crossing. Both asked not to be returned to Syria
Israeli official says move is gesture of 'good will' after Zachary Baumel's remains were retrieved, but Russia's Syria envoy claims Israel settled the matter in an official deal
Fatah operative requested to be placed in Hebron where he wishes to get married, while accused drug smuggler refuses to go back to Syria where he says authorities persecute him
Eli Hazan deleted the tweet in which he announced Likud supports Vox, which tapped a Holocaust denier for congressional candidate and is anti-immigrant and anti-abortion
Israeli law dictates that a release of prisoners triggered by diplomatic considerations must go through the government
Israel revoked the work permit of Omar Shakir over claims he endorsed BDS ■ UN experts claim the move appears to 'have nothing to do with illegal conduct'
Report issued by the UN Special Coordination for the Middle East Process' office raises alarm over 'unprecedented financial, security and political challenges'