Israel

Israel News

Palestinian probe says Israeli forces deliberately killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh
World

Palestinian probe says Israeli forces deliberately killed Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh

Israel has rejected the findings, with Defense Minister Benny Gantz calling them, 'a blatant lie'

Israel tells US it was behind killing of Iran Revolutionary Guards colonel: NYT
World

Israel tells US it was behind killing of Iran Revolutionary Guards colonel: NYT

On 22 May, colonel Sayyad Khodai was shot dead by a gunman on the back of a motorcycle as he sat in a car outside his home in Tehran

Israeli defence minister Benny Gantz to visit India next week
World

Israeli defence minister Benny Gantz to visit India next week

Gantz was scheduled to visit India towards the end of March but had to postpone his trip amid a series of deadly terror attacks across Israel

Israel reports first case of monkeypox, suspects others as virus spreads
World

Israel reports first case of monkeypox, suspects others as virus spreads

Israel's case appears to be the first identified in the Middle East. Cases of the smallpox-related disease have previously been seen only among people with links to central and West Africa

Israeli forces shoot dead teenager in West Bank clashes, says Palestinian health ministry
World

Israeli forces shoot dead teenager in West Bank clashes, says Palestinian health ministry

Jenin refugee camp has served as a flashpoint amid recent tensions following a wave of attacks in Israel in which 19 people were killed

Israeli police beat mourners at slain Al Jazeera journalist's funeral; UN condemns killing, calls for 'impartial investigation'
World

Israeli police beat mourners at slain Al Jazeera journalist's funeral; UN condemns killing, calls for 'impartial investigation'

Television footage showed pallbearers struggling to stop Shireen Abu Akleh's coffin from falling to the ground as baton-wielding police officers charged towards them

Slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to be buried as Palestinians reject joint probe
World

Slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh to be buried as Palestinians reject joint probe

Israel has publicly called for a joint probe and stressed the need for Palestinian authorities to hand over the fatal bullet for forensic examination. However, according to Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas, the proposal has been rejected

Israel to shape up 75 villages of excellence in India to mark 75 years of country's Independence
World

Israel to shape up 75 villages of excellence in India to mark 75 years of country's Independence

Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said it has been decided that 75 villages of excellence will be shaped up with Israeli collaboration and another 75 to follow thereafter

Slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was an icon of Palestinian coverage
World

Slain Al Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was an icon of Palestinian coverage

Abu Akleh became a household name synonymous with Al Jazeera's coverage of life under occupation during her more than two decades reporting in the Palestinian territories

US urges transparent probe into Al Jazeera journalist's killing during Israeli raid in West Bank
World

US urges transparent probe into Al Jazeera journalist's killing during Israeli raid in West Bank

The Qatar-based Al Jazeera TV channel charged that Israeli forces deliberately and 'in cold blood' shot veteran reporter Abu Akleh, 51, in the head during the unrest in the Jenin refugee camp

Al Jazeera journalist covering raid on Jenin refugee camp hit by bullet, dies
World

Al Jazeera journalist covering raid on Jenin refugee camp hit by bullet, dies

Al Jazeera and the Palestinian health ministry confirmed the death of veteran journalist Shireen Abu Aqleh, a prominent figure in the channel's Arabic news service

Israeli PM Naftali Bennett's government limps into new parliament session
World

Israeli PM Naftali Bennett's government limps into new parliament session

Less than a year after taking office, Bennett has lost his parliamentary majority; his own party is crumbling and a key governing partner has suspended cooperation with the coalition

Fauda actor Tsahi Halevi hints at new project in India; Check post here
India

Fauda actor Tsahi Halevi hints at new project in India; Check post here

Reportedly, actor Tsahi Halevi will be shooting for a new project in India for the first time.

Palestinian residents in south West Bank vow to stay on the land despite facing eviction by Israel
World

Palestinian residents in south West Bank vow to stay on the land despite facing eviction by Israel

The Palestinian leadership on 6 May condemned the Israeli Supreme Court ruling, which was handed down on 4 May— when most of Israel was shut down for the country's Independence Day

Israel security forces launch manhunt for two Palestinians following attack in Elad
World

Israel security forces launch manhunt for two Palestinians following attack in Elad

The attack in Elad, a central city mainly populated by ultra-Orthodox Jews, was the sixth in which Israelis have been targeted since 22 March

Jaishankar says PM Modi's 2017 Israel visit was 'goosebump moment' for him
India

Jaishankar says PM Modi's 2017 Israel visit was 'goosebump moment' for him

Addressing an event in New Delhi organised to celebrate 74 years of independence of Israel, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar called the relationship between India and Israel 'truly special'

Israel's Naftali Bennett says Russia's Vladimir Putin apologised over top diplomat's Holocaust remarks
World

Israel's Naftali Bennett says Russia's Vladimir Putin apologised over top diplomat's Holocaust remarks

In an interview about Russian claims that it invaded Ukraine to 'denazify' the country, Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said that Ukraine could still have Nazi elements even though its president, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, is Jewish

Israel: Three killed, four injured in stabbing attack near Tel Aviv
World

Israel: Three killed, four injured in stabbing attack near Tel Aviv

Israeli-Palestinian tensions have soared recently, with the attacks in Israel, military operations in the occupied West Bank and violence at Jerusalem's Al Aqsa Mosque

Israel tightens grip on West Bank with planned restrictions
World

Israel tightens grip on West Bank with planned restrictions

Under the new rules, most foreign spouses would only be able to enter the West Bank on visitor permits valid for three to six months

Palestinian assailants shoot and kill Israeli security guard in West Bank, could further tensions
World

Palestinian assailants shoot and kill Israeli security guard in West Bank, could further tensions

In a separate incident, Israeli troops shot and killed a 27-year-old Palestinian man during clashes at Azoun village near the town of Qalqilya