Following a clash-filled Ramadan month, Palestinians warned against raising the Israeli flag at the holy site, and accused Israeli police of disconnecting the speakers at the Al-Aqsa mosque on Memorial Day
The country marks 74 years of independence with its annual ceremony on Jerusalem's Mount Herzl honoring Israelis who have contributed to society, including the head of the police's Yamam police counterterrorism unit
Addameer's Shahar Francis not allowed to board plane at Ben-Gurion despite having a visa; U.S. has said it is reviewing information it has received from Israel regarding her group and others
In the booming world of real estate in Israel and abroad, companies that have arisen from the pressure cooker of elite IDF units are morphing into successful enterprises
Dov Gilboa called in an unusual minority opinion in 2018 to impose the death penalty on a Palestinian man. 'He was brave to say the terrorist needs to be put in the electric chair,' party leader Itamar Ben-Gvir said
Arrivals over the summer season are expected to be half pre-pandemic levels, amid continued global aviation disruptions and Israel’s strict COVID testing policy
Report by semi-official Iranian news agency on Ahmad Reza Jalali's planned execution comes as a former Iranian official faces life sentence in Sweden
'You're allowed to shout, and you're allowed to hurt,' the prime minister tells families in the crowd. In his speech, he says the Palestinian 'enemy' chooses to 'wallow in poverty, misery and a constant sense of victimhood'
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Secret location, Israeli coalition members and Palestinians on Zoom: Joint memorial offers ‘alternative’
After two years of COVID, this year's Israeli-Palestinian event stayed largely online. Despite organizers' concerns, a counter-protest drew less than a dozen people