Delegation of senior Islamic Jihad officials arrives in Cairo in an attempt to reduce tensions between the sides and reach a compromise that would allow the opening of Rafah Crossing.
Ramzi Suleiman, Lecturer at Haifa and Al Quds universities, is welcomed in country that doesn’t have diplomatic ties with Israel.
High Court last week allowed Yisrael Beiteinu to give French weekly away for free. Nazareth mayor calls on Avigdor Lieberman to apologize for insult to Muslim community.
'Death to Arabs' sprayed alongside Star of David in what appears to be the third racially motivated incident this week, Maan reports.
Settlers enter Kafr Jab'a overnight and vandalized the area; police investigating.
Clashes between IDF soldiers, stone-throwing Palestinians erupted during arrest mission in Deheisheh refugee camp near Bethlehem.
Official in PMO says company's decision to halt electricity over Palestinian debt was 'independent;' PMO and defense ministry have balked in past at such threats from the Israel Electric Corp.
Israel Electric Corporation says the power outages in Nablus and Jenin, which lasted nearly an hour, was a warning over large sums of money owed to the company by Palestinians.
Army says it fired in the air near Israeli moshav Avivim; group dispersed after troops opened fire, no injuries.
Message from constituency, expected to turn out in record numbers: 'We don't want to liberate Palestine – we want jobs, we want to earn a living.'