Israeli military slams soldiers refusing to spy on Palestinians

The Israeli military Sunday sharply criticised a conscientious objection letter sent by 43 veterans of an elite intelligence unit who refused to serve their duty due to Israel's surveillance and information gathering tactics.

Biggest rally in Israel`s history presses PM

The weekly protests prompted Netanyahu to set up a committee to explore a broad revamp of economic policies.

Palestinians killed in Israeli air strikes on Gaza

Earlier, 10 rockets, including one mortar, launched from Gaza exploded in southern Israel Thursday afternoon.

Militants plan attacks to `harm Israel-Egypt ties`

Eight Israelis were killed and at least 26 wounded, when militants armed with explosives, guns and grenades opened fire.

Israel-Gaza violence intensifies after attacks

Israeli leaders accused Egypt`s new military leaders of losing their grip on the Sinai Peninsula.

Israel PM ready to discuss border "package"

Israel has told Middle East power brokers it was ready to discuss a proposed package on borders with Palestinians to help Western powers revive stalled peace talks, an Israeli official said Monday.

Israel PM expresses `regret` over settlement announcement

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed "regret" to US Vice President Joe Biden over the decision to announce plans for 1,600 new east Jerusalem settler homes during his visit, premier`s office said on Thursday.