Palestinian terrorists kill three Israelis

They had already started preparations for a family Passover. But the Coleman children will now enter the festival without their father, due to Palestinian terrorism.

Eight months for Tamimi

Ahed Tamimi, the Palestinian teen who generated international headlines for slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers late last year, has been sentenced to eight months in jail by an Israeli military

Last minute deal saves Bibi’s coalition

The Israeli government has averted early elections, by cutting a deal to bring a coalition crisis to an end.

Trump’s peace plan – what’s on the cards?

The Palestinians are coming under growing pressure from their friends to drop their antagonism to Washington's upcoming peace plan, according to Arabic media.

New elections likely in Israel

New elections are looking increasingly likely in Israel, as ministers threaten to quit if their rival demands aren't met.

Netanyahu’s call at AIPAC conference

Isolation is a thing of the past for Israel, the country's embattled Prime Minister declared in Washington's AIPAC conference last Tuesday, in a half-hour-long attempt to revive his fortunes.

Former president to stand trial

Former Argentinian president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner will go to trial over accusations that she covered up the alleged involvement of senior Iranian officials in the 1994 bombing of a Buenos Aires Jewish centre.

Prince William heading to Israel

PRINCE William, the Duke of Cambridge, is set too make history as the first ever member of the Royal Family to pay a state visit to Israel. It was announced […]

Christian leaders protest in Israel

Christian leaders in Jerusalem have mounted the angriest protest against Israel of recent years, closing the Church of the Holy Sepulchre to express their fury.

Trump: US Embassy to move by May

Donald Trump's latest decision on moving the US embassy to Jerusalem is delighting Israeli leaders – who see it as the ultimate birthday present – and infuriating Palestinians.