HAS Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and American President Donald Trump dumped the two-state solution?
Fears of a new confrontation between Gaza’s rulers and Israel are rising, after Hamas has chosen one of its most extreme figures to lead the movement.
Jews and Christians stood side by side in the Galilee this week, after working together to renovate a church torched by extremist vandals.
Politicians have passed one of the most controversial laws ever brought before the Knesset, leaving some Israelis celebrating a victory for the settlement movement and others decrying the legalisation of “land grabs”.
Some 60 Israeli police officers were recovering from injuries this week, after being attacked by pro-settler activists who turned violent to oppose an outpost evacuation.
Already in hot water over his support for Donald Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu has confirmed his White House visit for February 15.
His girlfriend teased him that he was a “Jew lover”. Shortly afterwards, Mahmoud Shinawi proved that he wasn’t – by going on a shooting spree against residents of his own city, Haifa.
AFTER less than 48 hours in his new job, Donald Trump rushed to invite Israel’s Prime Minister to the White House.
ISRAEL has announced the construction of 2500 new homes in the West Bank, in the biggest building coup for settlers since 2013.
Jared Kushner, an Orthodox Jew and grandson of Holocaust survivors who arrived in America in 1949, is to be Trump’s senior White House adviser.