Anti-Arab group poses legal, political dilemma for Israel

A far-right Israeli group that agitates against Arabs in the name of religion and national security is forcing the Jewish state into a legal and political balancing act as it tries to contain sectarian violence.

Palestinians held after firebomb injured Israeli girl: Shin Bet

Two Palestinians suspected of throwing a firebomb that wounded an 11-year-old Israeli girl and her father have been arrested in the West Bank, the Shin Bet security service said Saturday.

Israeli court orders state to raze West Bank outpost

Israel's supreme court has ordered Israeli authorities to demolish one of the oldest and most contentious Jewish settlement outposts in the West Bank.

Palestinian knifeman wounds two Israeli police

A knife-wielding Palestinian wounded two Israeli police officers on Friday in Jerusalem`s Old City, the scene of months of tensions, authorities said.

Israel approves 243 new settler homes in East Jerusalem

Israel has given preliminary approval for the construction of 243 new homes on West Bank land that Israel annexed to Jerusalem, and advanced plans for another 270 homes in the same area, officials said on Thursday.

Israel PM Netanyahu rejects any Palestinian ultimatum through UN
Israel PM Netanyahu rejects any Palestinian ultimatum through UN

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday rejected any Palestinian attempt to set an ultimatum for Israel to end its occupation of their lands through a UN Security Council resolution.

Anti-Arab activists admit to Jerusalem school attack

Israeli security agency Shin Bet has said that the three Jewish suspects arrested for setting fire to a Hebrew-Arabic bilingual school in Jerusalem are members of an extremist anti-assimilation group known as Lehava.

A ‘nano-bible’ that could fit on your fingernail
A ‘nano-bible’ that could fit on your fingernail

Zee Media Bureau

New Delhi: The Jerusalem Nano Bible company have made a breakthrough in nanotechnology by printing the entire New Testament onto a silicone chip that could fit on your fingernail.

Israel stops arms transfers to 'terrorists': Minister

Israel said on Monday it will not allow "sophisticated weapons" to fall into the hands of its enemies, after furious claims from Syria that Israeli warplanes carried out air strikes near Damascus.

Israel to probe one of deadliest Gaza war strikes

The Israeli military says it has opened a criminal investigation into one of the deadliest airstrikes of the last Gaza war.

Israel's military opens eight new probes into its Gaza war conduct

Israel`s military said it had opened eight new criminal investigations into its Gaza war operations, including cases involving the deaths of 30 Palestinians.

Israeli police conducts operation against African immigration

Israeli police have shut down around 30 nightclubs frequented by undocumented African immigrants and asylum-seekers in southern Tel Aviv, media reports said Friday.

Israel's Netanyahu says early election possible

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu put rebellious members of his governing coalition on notice on Monday that he would call a new election unless they stopped attacking him.

Palestinian woman shot after stabbing Israeli: Army

The Israeli army shot and wounded a Palestinian woman on Monday after she stabbed an Israeli civilian near a Jewish settlement bloc in the southern West Bank, the military said.

Israel thwarts attack on Jerusalem stadium: Shin Bet

Israel has thwarted a planned attack by the Palestinian group Hamas on Jerusalem`s biggest football stadium, arresting 30 suspected militants commanded from Turkey, security services said Thursday.

Bill Clinton snapped sneaking a peek at woman's cleavage

Bill Clinton was recently caught in action when his eyes wandered off to take a peek at another woman`s cleavage.

Israeli stabbed in east Jerusalem: Police

An Israeli student of a Jewish seminary was stabbed in the Old City of annexed east Jerusalem late Monday, leading to the arrests of three alleged Palestinian assailants, police said.

Turkey governor under fire over museum plan for synagogue

A Turkish regional governor was accused Monday of inciting hatred towards the country`s Jewish community after suggesting a synagogue be turned into a museum as a reprisal for Israel`s policies over the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem.

Israeli Cabinet pushes to make country ''Jewish state'' by law

The Israeli Cabinet approved a bill on Sunday, which enshrines in law that Israel is the national homeland of the Jewish people and that this right is unique to them.

Punitive Israeli house demolitions a `war crime`: HRW

 Human Rights Watch called on Israel Saturday to stop razing the homes of Palestinians accused of attacking Israelis, saying the practice can constitute a war crime.