Israel lets Gazans into Jerusalem for Ramadan prayers

Israel allowed hundreds of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip into Jerusalem for Ramadan prayers Friday, an official said, a week after revoking entry permits in response to a deadly attack.

Israel reopens Palestinian crossings after deadly Tel Aviv shooting

Israel has reopened Palestinian crossing points from the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip following a three-day closure put in place after last week's deadly Tel Aviv shooting, the army said today.

Head of women`s group detained at Jerusalem`s Western Wall

The head of a group of women activists pushing for equal prayer rights at Jerusalem`s Western Wall was detained Tuesday after taking a Torah scroll there in defiance of the holy site`s rules, the group said.

Israel media: Police recommend indicting Netanyahu's wife

Israeli media say a police investigation has recommended indicting the wife of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu over misuse of state funds and inflated household spending.

25 Palestinian children killed in 3 months: UNICEF

Twenty-five Palestinian children were killed in the last three months of 2015 during a wave of anti-Israeli attacks and the number detained was the highest in seven years, the UN children's agency said.

Osama bin Laden's youngest son in call to free Jerusalem

Late Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden's youngest son has urged Muslims to liberate the holy city of Jerusalem in an audio message, US terrorist-tracking organisation SITE tweeted on Monday.

Israel blocks off Gaza Strip and West Bank for Passover

Israel has announced the closure of all points of entry between the occupied West Bank, the Gaza strip, and Israeli territory today and tomorrow for the Jewish holiday of Passover.

Israel says it arrests 6 settlers who attacked Palestinians

Israeli security officials announced today the arrest of six young Israeli settlers from what it called a "Jewish terror" group suspected of carrying out attacks against Palestinians and their property last year, in what officials said was a victory in its campaign to reduce extremist Israeli attacks against Palestinians.

That little thing in her hand is a priceless treasure!

That little thing in her hand is a priceless treasure!

The over 3,200 years old amulet bears the name of the Egyptian ruler Thutmose III.

Israel rules ringleader in 2014 killing of Palestinian teen

An Israeli court ruled today that a Jewish man found to be the ringleader of the beating and burning alive of a Palestinian teenager in 2014 was sane and responsible for his actions.

Hillary Clinton condemns terrorist attack in Jerusalem

 Democratic presidential front runner Hillary Clinton has condemned the terrorist attack in a bus in Jerusalem which left at least 21 people injured.

Bomb rips through Jerusalem bus, 21 wounded

 A bomb blast ripped through a bus in Jerusalem on Monday and sparked a fire, wounding at least 21 people, Israeli police said, in an apparent escalation in a wave of violence.

UNESCO chief seeks to calm anger over Jerusalem holy site

The UN cultural body on Monday sought to calm anger over a resolution on a flashpoint Jerusalem holy site which saw Israel accuse it of seeking to "rewrite history".

Israeli police appoint first Muslim deputy commissioner

Israeli police said on Wednesday it has appointed its first Muslim Arab deputy commissioner, who will head efforts to boost policing in Arab communities of Israel.

Israel protests UN ban on Jerusalem, Arab Israelis from exhibition

Israel is protesting the UN's decision to ban panels on Jerusalem and Arab Israelis from an exhibition at the United Nations on various aspects of the country and the heritage of the Jewish people.

China, Israel open talks on free trade deal

Israel and China have opened talks on a free trade deal which could see commerce double between the two countries, Israeli officials announced today.

Netanyahu says no evidence Istanbul blast targeted Israelis

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said late on Saturday he had no evidence that a deadly suicide bombing in central Istanbul had targeted Israelis.

Palestinian stabs Israeli soldier in West Bank, is shot dead: Police

A Palestinian teenager stabbed and wounded an Israeli border guard in the occupied West Bank city of Hebron on Saturday before being shot dead, Israeli police said, the latest in a series of attacks.

Netanyahu`s coalition seen weakened after year in office

A year after Benjamin Netanyahu was reelected as Israeli prime minister, a survey said Friday that if elections were held now his right-wing coalition would lose its mandate to rule.

Palestinian woman tries to stab Israeli police, shot dead

A Palestinian woman attempted to stab Israeli police in Jerusalem`s Old City on Tuesday and was shot dead, Israeli authorities said, the latest in a five-month wave of such attacks.