The Trump administration launched a $50 billion economic formula for Israeli-Palestinian peace on Tuesday, saying an investment program for the Palestinians was a precondition for ending the decades-old conflict.
US President Donald Trump announced his “deal of the century”, a peace plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
An Israeli court Sunday convicted the wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of fraudulently using state funds for meals, under a plea bargain which dropped more severe charges.
The US ambassador has said Israel has the right to annex at least “some” of the occupied West Bank, in comments likely to deepen Palestinian opposition to a long-awaited US peace plan.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu fired two prominent ministers Sunday ahead of general elections set for September, the second time the country will go to the polls this year, an official said.
Iran’s youth will witness the demise of Israel and American civilization, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday in comments published on his website.
Palestinian leaders in Gaza agreed a ceasefire with Israel on Monday to end a deadly two-day escalation in violence that threatened to widen into war, officials with knowledge of the deal said.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was sworn into Israel’s new parliament on Tuesday following his victory in April 9 elections and will seek to form a governing coalition in the days ahead.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wins the Israeli national election.
Airbnb says it would not implement a planned delisting of Israeli settlements.
US President Donald Trump said on Saturday he made the controversial decision to recognise Israel’s 1981 annexation of the Golan Heights after getting a quick history lesson during a conversation on a different subject.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Saturday that he would annex Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank if he wins another term in office, a last-minute pre-election promise likely to enrage Palestinians and the Arab world.
Arab leaders said on Sunday they would seek a UN Security Council resolution against the US decision to recognise Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights and promised to support Palestinians in their bid for statehood.
Palestinian militants fired rockets from Gaza into Israel on Tuesday.
Trump recognises Israel’s 1981 annexation of the Golan Heights.
Israel’s army mobilised forces yesterday morning, reinforcing troops along the Gaza border and at Iron Dome anti-rocket system batteries after a Gaza rocket hit an Israeli home.
Miri, a three-legged donkey, Gary, a sheep with leg braces, and Omer, a blind goat, munch on some hay at Israel’s only animal rescue and educational sanctuary.
The centrist Blue and White party posing the biggest election challenge to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pledged a policy of “separation” from Palestinians in occupied land on Wednesday, but stopped short of backing their goal of statehood.
The US military has deployed its most advanced air and missile defense system to Israel for the first time.
Gaza has been effectively cut off from the outside world since Hamas took over more than 12 years ago. The situation is especially difficult for young people, as DW’s Tania Krämer reports from Gaza City.
Israel launches a cyber hotline to enable businesses report suspected hacking.
Israeli PM warns to use force against the Gaza if the protest near the fence continues.
Israel is expected to approve the export of medical cannabis products.
Israel and Rwanda have signed an aviation agreement paving the way for the two countries to commence first-ever direct flights.
Palestinian militants have carried out their most intensive shelling of Israel since 2014.
Jordan to terminate Israel’s “annexation” of Baqoura and Ghumar areas.
Paraguay will move its embassy in Israel back to Tel Aviv.
Agriculture Minister meets with 210 students, who are prepared to be sent to Israel this month to complete agricultural internships.
Philippine President Duterte leaves for a week-long official visits to Israel and Jordan.
The Druze are one of the largest minority groups in the Middle East. Spread across several countries in the region, they now find their very existence under threat from war in Syria and legal discrimination in Israel.