Israeli civilian fatally shoots suspected Palestinian assailant in West Bank settlement
The Palestinian health ministry stated a Palestinian had been killed 'by occupation (Israeli) fire' in the southern West Bank, but did not name the victim
What is the controversial ‘Flag March’ carried out on Jerusalem Day in Old City?
Every year, Israel marks the 1967 capture of East Jerusalem and the event ends with a Flag March, where thousands of nationalist Jews parade through the Old City’s Muslim quarters. Palestinians call it a provocative parade that undermines their ties to the city
Despite cease-fire efforts, Palestinian militants fire rockets into Jerusalem, Israel warplanes strike targets in Gaza
The cross-border exchanges this week have pitted Israel against Islamic Jihad, the second-largest militant group in Gaza after the territory's Hamas rulers
Explained: Palestinian Islamic Jihad, the Gaza militant group exchanging blows with Israel
Palestinian militants in Gaza have fired over 600 rockets toward Israel. However, the Hamas is not involved. This time, it's the smaller Islamic Jihad group taking the lead. But who are they?
Over 20 Palestinians killed as Israel's army, Gaza militants trade heavy cross-border fire
Yoav Gallant, the Israeli defence minister, noticed more than 400 rockets from Gaza late on Wednesday, while Islamic Jihad claimed that the Palestinian 'resistance' continued to fire
World Food Programme to suspend aid to Palestinians due to 'severe' lack of funding
Chanting 'No to Hunger' dozens of Palestinians staged a protest outside the WFP offices in Gaza City to protest the decision
Missiles fired in Israel after jailed Palestinian 'terrorist' who was on hunger strike dies in prison
In a time of already-high tensions, Khader Adnan's passing increases the possibility of a conflict between Israel and militant Palestinian organisations. The 45-year-old Adnan started his strike soon after his detention on February 5
From independence to controversial reforms: Timeline of Israel's turbulent history
Seventy-five years ago, Israel was born as the homeland for the Jewish people in the wake of the Holocaust, the Nazi genocide of six million Jews in World War II. Here are 10 key dates in the country's history
At least 7 Palestinians wounded in West Bank raid after east Jerusalem shooting
The raid came after a suspected Palestinian gunman wounded two Israeli men in the Sheikh Jarrah neighbourhood of east Jerusalem after firing at their car
Amid visit by Palestine President Mahmoud Abbas, Saudi Arabia refuses entry to Hamas delegation
Saudi Arabia's ambassador in Doha, Qatar, had reached a verbal agreement to allow the Hamas delegation to travel to Mecca on Monday. However, despite the agreement, the government of Saudi Arabia refused to provide entry visas to the Hamas officials
250,000 perform last Ramzan Friday prayer at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque; 8 Palestinians detained
The Temple Mount and Al-Aqsa Mosque turned into fortress since Thursday night and extra security forces were put into service for the peaceful Friday prayers of Ramzan
Israel bans Jews, tourists from visiting Al-Aqsa Mosque, says two Palestinian gunmen shot dead
After security consultations, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement announcing a halt to non-Muslim visitors to the holy site, known as the Temple Mount in Judaism, until the conclusion of Ramadan, which is anticipated to occur around 20 April
Israeli-Palestinian conflict in West Bank kills Palestinian teen, British Israeli mother
In the latest West Bank shooting, Israeli forces killed a Palestinian teenager and wounded two other people, the Palestinian health ministry said, during what the army described as a raid to arrest a 'terror suspect'
Attacks in Israel, West Bank kills three, injures at least seven as tensions rise
After a car-ramming incident in Tel Aviv that killed one person and wounded five, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the mobilisation of police and army reserves on Friday
After Israel strikes Lebanon, both countries say 'they do not want war'
Earlier in the day, militants in Lebanon fired a heavy barrage of rockets at Israel. Regional tensions have escalated after Israeli police raided Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site- the Al-Aqsa Mosque
Violence at Al-Aqsa Mosque again; police use stun grenades, rubber bullets to disperse crowd
Israeli police stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque, firing stun grenades at Palestinians who hurled stones and firecrackers in a burst of violence during a sensitive holiday season
Israel-Palestine tensions rise: Is ‘third intifada’ in offing?
Intifada is often translated into English as ‘rebellion’ or ‘uprising’. But in Arabic it means to ‘shake off’. There have been two intifadas by the Palestinians against the Israelis – in 1987 and 2000. Now, in the aftermath of the Al-Aqsa mosque raid, some fear a third is imminent
Man shot dead after grabbing Israeli policeman’s gun near Al Aqsa mosque
Israeli-Palestinian tensions are simmering after months of violence in areas of Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank
Israel's Palestinians mostly sit out democracy protests
As minorities long plagued by systemic discrimination, Palestinian Israelis have potentially the most to lose if the plan, which would likely weaken the judiciary's independence, is implemented
Fearing Palestinian attacks, Israelis seek security in guns
On 27 January, a Palestinian shot dead seven people outside a synagogue before being killed by police in the Jewish settlement of Neve Yaakov, in annexed east Jerusalem. Israel's police commissioner responded to the attack by calling on those eligible to carry a firearm to do so