Doctors noted a slight improvement on Monday in the condition of former president Shimon Peres, as the 93-year-old remained in a serious but stable condition nearly a week after suffering a stroke and bleeding on the brain.
Terrorists have been renewing attacks, keen to convince citizens of Israel that a year on, they still can’t breathe easy.
America is seething and other Western allies are said to be furious, after Benjamin Netanyahu claimed that calling for settlement withdrawal is tantamount to demanding “ethnic cleansing”.
The Palestinian Authority has put plans for elections on ice, in a move that will save its leaders from likely humiliation at the ballot box.
Dr Katrina Lantos Swett is returning a state award she received from the Hungarian government to protest the same award being presented to a nationalist journalist described as racist and anti-Semitic.
The body of a worker was pulled from the rubble on Tuesday following the collapse of a four-level underground parking structure, bringing the death toll to four.
A Jewish member of the British Parliament was put under police protection following an anti-Semitic death threat against Ruth Smeeth on Facebook.
The Palestinians are ready to participate in a peace initiative, the office of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas said this week.
From the moment his father was murdered in Jerusalem, Micah Lakin Avni knew that people would glorify the killers. But he never dreamed it would be scouts.
Court proceedings started this week against Mohammad El-Halabi, the Gaza man accused of siphoning World Vision charity money to Hamas.