The remarks come despite security forces' crack down on drought demonstrations, which have included live fire
UNICEF said that should the public water supply system collapse, water costs could jump by 200% a month as water would be secured from private water suppliers.
‘The Palestinian Authority does not systematically persecute people because of their sexual orientation,’ Israel's state prosecution wrote
One Palestinian, who was reportedly seriously wounded on Friday near the village of Nabi Saleh, succumbed to his wounds overnight into Saturday
Police say demonstrators refused to disperse, reached secure area ■ Protest comes a day after Bennett criticized vaccine refusers in a televised speech
Lawmakers call for investigation, regulation of spyware industry after reports of Israeli company NSO's leasing of its tools to authoritarian regimes around the world
The verdict, which overturns a lower court's decision, says that a convicted ex-police officer's tracing methods violated the privacy of a soldier he had sexually assaulted
Move signals potential unraveling of lax gun laws implemented by executive orders over the Netanyahu years, which saw the number of civilians holding gun permits rise to 140,000
One youth was shot dead with pellet guns in street protests over water shortages. At least one policeman and three young men had been shot dead in earlier protests.