Comptroller's report also takes state to task for failing to issue work permits directly to Palestinian workers, who are subject to black market middlemen, despite 2016 to reform system
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West Bank annexation proposal is 'in Washington,' prime minister tells lawmakers, after senior Palestinian officials say that if Israel doesn't carry out its plan by next month, its window of opportunity will narrow
The Palestinian Authority halted coordination with Israel and stopped issuing transit permits to travel through its territory after Netanyahu announced his plan to annex parts of the West Bank
Hundreds gather at Tel Aviv to protest the government handling of the coronavirus crisis ■ Police forcibly remove demonstrators who refuse to evacuate ■ Right-wing activist arrested for spray-painting graffiti near Supreme Court president's private residence
Activists are held for supposed violation of coronavirus emergency orders, as authorities deny claims of political arrests
Hebron resident says he donated the land where the building was erected to the city for temporary use during the pandemic ■ Civil Administration says illegal building was meant for personal purposes
The attacker who killed 40-year-old Israeli-American Ari Fuld in 2018 did not express regret for his actions, judges say, and acted deliberately to kill Jews
Outpost is far from any other settlement and was moved from privately owned Palestinian land closer to Israeli army base
Palestinian residents have been holding weekly marches to the site of the outpost since it was established in June. This week, it was moved onto state land near a military base
Masked men in a car threw stones and beat the Ramallah residents near the Palestinian village of Turmus Ayya, the alleged victims say
Lawyer for convicted murderer had requested that the boy appear in court since his account of the incident in the press allegedly differed from how it was described in his client’s verdict
In the midst of the coronavirus and after the end of the Palestinian authority's coordination with Israel, some Gazans have been stuck abroad
There’s fatigue, a lack of appetite, shortness of breath, even short-term memory loss, not to mention the fear that their country’s health system simply can’t cope
Israeli Amiram Ben-Uliel was found guilty on three charges of murder in May for killing Sa'ad and Riham Dawabsheh and their son Ali
Border Police forces were attacked by settler activists while trying to enforce a closed military zone order near Yitzhar
Two Palestinians threw a firebomb toward an IDF patrol and soldiers opened fire in response, Israeli army says
'The army is here 24 hours, we know that they have cameras. How is it that when it comes to settlers inside the village, suddenly they don’t have a clue?'
Military judge rules defendant intentionally caused victim's death when Israeli exited his car after a stone was thrown at it
During the first wave of the virus, Israel allowed the Palestinian Authority to place checkpoints in Area C, but now Shtayyeh says Israel is preventing them from doing so
Congo Files: Cash Was Deposited Into Dan Gertler's Accounts, Then Millions Were Transferred to Top Israeli Figures
Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler owns mines in the Congo ■ In 2017 the U.S. imposed sanctions on him due to corrupt deals with the DRC's former president ■ Documents from the African state reveal irregular cash deposits made by Gertler's associates into his accounts ■ Some of the money was then sent to lawyers and advisers in Israel ■ Gertler: 'The documents are stolen and fabricated'
With a July 1 target date gone and U.S. election getting closer, settlers seem to come to terms with the notion that despite Netanyahu's promises for the West Bank, 'ultimately nothing will happen'
The 19-year-old says the Shin Bet security service broke the law by summoning him to a warning talk while leading him to believe it was a mandatory police summons
Israeli soldiers set up roadblocks and turned away Palestinians headed for an anti-annexation protest in the Jordan Valley, claiming they are preparations for 'protests that turn into violent riots'
Prosecutors say Nizmi Abu Bakr's indictment is based mostly on his confession, but the defense claims it doesn't fit the account he gave the Shin Bet of Staff Sgt. Amit Ben Ygal's death during a West Bank raid
Settlers in Hebron have been fighting for years to get mixed-gender hours instead of separate times for men and women
Assam Barghouti, whose family has links to Hamas, spent 11 years in Israeli prison until his release in April 2018, after which he carried out two deadly attacks
Footage of Suspected Attack Shows Palestinian's Car Veering Towards Israeli Soldiers Before Fatal Shooting
Despite Israeli account of suspected car-ramming attack at West Bank checkpoint, Ahmed Erekat's family denies any terrorism claims, says his sister was about to marry yesterday
Most respondents supported the Palestinian Authority cutting ties with Israel, and are pessimistic regarding the world's possible response to annexation
With attendance capped at 1,500 because of renewed coronavirus outbreak, speakers warn that annexing settlements would destroy two-state solution
Family member of Ahmed Erekat says it was the night of his sister's wedding, and that police were quick to pull the trigger on a car accident