Mahmoud Abbas' statement comes in response to an International Criminal Court request for clarification regarding Abbas' recent declaration that he is ending all agreements with Israel and the U.S.
Organization wants a meeting of the so-called Quartet to take place 'as soon as possible,' as world grapples on how to act following Netanyahu's annexation announcement
'No to annexation, yes to democracy' demonstration, due to take place on Saturday in Tel Aviv's iconic Rabin Square, was initially forbidden by authorities citing coronavirus fears
IAEA report details suspected activities and materials including 'the possible presence...of natural uranium in the form of a metal disc' at a site that 'underwent extensive sanitization and leveling in 2003 and 2004'
The legislation advanced by Public Security Minister Amir Ohana permits remote meetings if there is a fear of infection; the public has only two days to comment on the expedited legislation
State of emergency capped to 30 days ■ Government decides against closing all schools ■ Knesset shuttered after lawmaker tests positive