Despite COVID-19, Mike Pompeo arrives in Israel to discuss West Bank annexation plan with Netanyahu and Gantz
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Wednesday with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss Israel's plans to annex parts of the West Bank, as Israeli troops shot and killed a Palestinian teen in a clash with stone-throwers in the occupied territory
Israeli jets strike Islamic Jihad targets in Syria, Gaza; move comes in response to rocket fire from militant group, says Israel military
The air strike in the Adeliyah region outside Damascus targeted what the Israeli military called 'a hub of Islamic Jihad’s activity in Syria'
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu whisked away from election rally in Ashkelon after rocket attack from Gaza Strip
Israel said a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into its southern territory Wednesday, forcing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to be hustled from a stage during an election rally in the city of Ashkelon
Israeli military says over 25 mortar shells fired from Gaza, claims most were intercepted; no casualties reported
Gaza militants fired more than 25 mortar shells toward communities in southern Israel Tuesday, the Israeli military said, in what appeared to be the largest single barrage fired since the 2014 Israel-Hamas war.
Israel's defence minister says troops acted appropriately, shot only at Palestinian protesters charging Gaza border
Israel's defence minister says troops acted appropriately by only firing on Palestinian protesters who charged toward Gaza's border with Israel.
The helicopter is able to carry a wounded soldier off the front lines, without risking more troops, while monitoring and transmitting vital signs mid-flight.
Israel signed a deal to buy additional 17 stealth F-35 US-made fighter jets, the Defence Ministry said in a statement on Sunday.
The Israeli military says troops have shot and killed a Palestinian assailant who attacked a soldier at a West Bank traffic junction.
Palestinian security officials said the stones had been thrown at military vehicles.
A Palestinian draft, submitted to the Security Council by Jordan on December 17, had called for Jerusalem to be the shared capital of Israel and a Palestinian state.
The Israeli military said it acted after its troops came under fire from a sniper while they were on the Israeli side of the border fence.
The Shin Bet said the suspects had been indicted by an Israeli military court but did not note whether they had entered a plea in response to the charges.
The military said Thursday that four rockets had been fired over a 24-hour period, suggesting Gaza militants are "experimenting."
The road rampage was the second in two weeks in Jerusalem, and the target was again a stop along its light railway, which links Arab and Jewish areas in what Israel.
Netanyahu responded that those who attack him do so only because he defends Israel, and stressed that he was "not prepared to make concessions that will endanger our state."
Israel's vulnerability to tunnels was laid bare during its war against Hamas in Gaza in July and August.
Ambassador Matthew Gould said it was "significant" because it reveals negative attitudes toward Israel following its 50-day war with the Islamic militant group Hamas in Gaza.
What ensued was a furious assault on a confined area on the eastern edge of Rafah, the largest city in southern Gaza, home to around 200,000 people.
The purpose of the Gaza meeting is to "see the situation on the ground and to send a message to the donors' conference that the government is ready to start reconstruction soon.
The arrests and alleged mistreatment of hundreds of young Palestinians have deepened anger in Arab parts of the Holy City following the killing of a 16-year-old by Jewish extremists in July.