Despite the state's claim that demolition is 'urgent,' the Bedouin village's eleven-year saga drags on
A court ruled in July that employers should not have to cover the growing cost, but the question of who will remains unsettled
Avera Mengistu's family protest never swept along thousands of people and WhatsApp groups set up for organizing the struggle have had no discussion of protest activities for a long time
Khalil Dweikat, from a village near Nablus in the West Bank, took a knife from the building site kitchen and went off to kill a random Israeli Jew
Amiram Ben-Uliel, who torched the Dawabsheh family home in 2015, killing parents and baby, to be sentenced next Monday
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Winter is on the way and if COVID-19 spreads more, Israel’s health care system won't be able to keep the death rate at one of the lowest levels in the world
During his party’s faction meeting on Monday, Liberman said “we hear endless talk of closure, but what we need is order."
LA resident Aaron Raby will no longer be able to use El Al to fly his hunting trophies to the US after the airline joined 40 other carriers in similar ban