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“Separate bus lines for Palestinians and Jews proves that democracy and occupation can not co-exist,” Meretz leader Zehava Gal-On said before the decision was cancelled.
By LAHAV HARKOV,TOVAH LAZAROFF,YAAKOV LAPPIN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
A security official from the Palestinian Authority said that members of the terror cell were planning attacks meant to take place in Israel.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Police brace for violence on what is referred to as a "Day of Catastrophe" by Palestinians referring to the creation of Israel.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Security forces say that 22-year-old Muhammed Arfaaya served time for stone throwing and carrying a weapon.
By BEN HARTMAN
Hamas tells protestors in Gaza that "resistance" is the only way to achieve the "right of return."
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
The land in question was marked in 1975 for the creation of Ma’aleh Adumim.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Last year, the IDF changed Kfir’s focus to being able to take part in full-scale combat in Lebanon, Syria, or Gaza.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Originally, the trip to the region was meant to include visits to both Israel, Gaza and the West Bank in an effort to mediate stalled Palestinian unity negotiations.
While IDF claims Saleh was trying to cut through fence, family says teenager was returning from wedding and did not provoke soldiers.
By REUTERS,YAAKOV LAPPIN
NGO complains that State Comptroller report did not adequately address concerns about the Arab housing shortage.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
The car was passing the Hawara checkpoint, south of Nablus, when it was struck by the Molotov cocktail and subsequently set ablaze.
The cell attacked the Elisha academy and the adjacent Halamish settlement, in the Binyamin region.
Statement comes in response to the PA’s ongoing security crackdown on Hamas supporters in the aftermath of the Islamist movement’s victory in the Bir Zeit University elections last week.
Palmers killed in 2011 when rock throwing resulted in losing vehicular control, fatal car accident that left father-son duo dead.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Five of the Palestinians arrested are suspected of involvement in so-called “popular terrorism and violent disturbances aimed at civilians and security forces.”
The raids were carried out jointly by the Shin Bet, IDF, and Israel Police.
The Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories approved entry for Palestinian doctors who provide emergency treatment in Israeli hospitals.
Balata has been the scene of tensions and armed clashes over the past few weeks between gunmen and Palestinian security forces.
Rioting has been reported in Khan Yunis, Halhul, the Alliance Junction east of Hebron, and Jelzun.
By YASSER OKBI/ MAARIV HASHAVUA
The incident occurred during the funeral of a Palestinian man who was recently freed from an Israeli jail.
Soldier's condition is now defined as moderate.
Following a deal with Israel, PA launches armed patrols for first time in towns near Jerusalem.
In an interview with the website of the Arab-language newspaper Kul al-Arab, Abbas reaffirmed his commitment to a two-state solution.
Individual calls police and says his friend who went to get tools to fix flat tire did not return to the vehicle.
St.-Sgt. Yoav Leitman recounts the details of the incident in which a Palestinian attacked him with a knife.
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The lawmaker, Khalida Jarrar, is a representative of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Marxist-Leninist faction of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
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The case involves the shooting of Bassem Abu Rahmeh, killed in April 2009 during a demonstration in the West Bank.
Attorney representing settlement disputed the Rabbis for Human Rights contention that the land belonged to private Palestinians, arguing that the structures were on state land.
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UN Human Rights Council special rapporteur Makarim Wibisono on Monday slammed IDF courts in a harsh manner.
Israel has refused to cooperate with the commission of inquiry, likening the probe to a kangaroo court.
According to IDF assessments, new generation of Fatah Tanzim could pose threat to Israel in the future
United Nations Human Rights Council to convene again on Israeli violations in Gaza and West Bank.
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In a last-ditch appeal for right-wing votes, it’s no accident that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chose Jewish east Jerusalem’s Har Homa neighborhood as the backdrop.
Hamas officials strongly condemned the crackdown.
Chief Palestinian negotiator to the peace talks responds to remarks PM made in which he appeared to step back from support for the creation of a Palestinian state.
Abbas publicly declares that the election does not interest him, but the assessment in the Israeli security apparatus is that the Palestinian leadership is hoping for political change on March 17.
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Though the homes, which make up the Mitzpe Kramim neighborhood, are within the settlements boundaries, they were built on private Palestinian property.
Report based on document drawn up by PM's aide and Abbas.
Judea and Samaria Division presents report on incident to OC Central Command: "This is a severe event that displays a low level of professional skill."
Kerry phoned Abbas to urge him to refrain from taking “harsh” decisions before the upcoming Israeli elections.
UNICEF say if night arrests could be eliminated, and Palestinian minors came forth voluntarily during the day, many other complaints against the IDF could be eliminated.
Member of the Fatah Central Committee, Tawfik Tirawi, says no need to “run after the mirage of negotiations and peace with criminals.”
The Shin Bet says the incident underscores the threats posed by localized terror groups, and their high motivation to carry out attacks.
The West Bank town of Burqin is working with the Palestinian Ministry of Tourism to make a Byzantine-era Orthodox Christian Church of St. George a popular destination for tourists.
Of the 3,093 runners, more than 72% of participants were Palestinian, and the remaining runners came from 49 different nations.
By ARIEL COHEN
Organization launches campaign to remember significance of green line and challenge allocation of monetary donation by Jewish organizations.
By SAM SOKOL,HERB KEINON
Elections in Gaza and the West bank have not taken place for a decade, but would a new round do any good?
By DAVID SINGER
Obama is going to find it impossible to impose his land swap proposals, if Oren has any say.
The parties negotiating the two-state solution have been talking at cross purposes without first agreeing on the meaning of the terms they are using.
A self-described ‘non-political’ West Bank marathon gets more than 3,000 runners moving to highlight the restrictions Palestinians face.
49% of Jewish Israelis and 20% of Arab Israelis polled believe that the US administration will be friendlier toward a government headed by Herzog and Livni than one headed by Netanyahu.
By GIL HOFFMAN
PM makes his third trip to the West Bank since the start of the election period.
It’s his third trip to the West Bank since the start of the election period, and follows trips to the settlements of Ma’aleh Adumim and Eli.
Levinger will be buried on Sunday in the Jewish cemetery in Hebron.
Police say that the groom was speeding on Route 60 as he was driving 130 kilometers per hour toward Gush Etzion Junction.
Dutch gov't official: Cutting 35% from Holocaust survivor's pension "should have been prevented."
Shapiro’s remarks echoed comments made recently by Under Secretary Wendy R. Sherman.
Police say suspects are slated to be released with some restrictions after they undergo questioning.
An army paramedic, Lan said that he was engaged in routine operations on Wednesday morning, standing near army vehicle when a Palestinian approached the soldiers.
The Palestinian was shot dead shortly after the stabbing. One of the soldiers is in serious condition.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,LAHAV HARKOV
Two groups that advocate for boycotting products made in the West Bank accused SodaStream of violating Oregon’s Fair Trade Practices Act by labeling its products as “Made in Israel”
Niv Asraf let out on bail, says he thought that police would think something had happened to him and finally begin taking his complaints seriously.
Niv Asraf and Eran Nagauker, who faked a kidnapping in the West Bank, could face charges of fabricating evidence, disturbing the peace, and interfering with police work.
Police are investigating the possibility that Niv Asraf and a friend from Beersheba faked his disappearance in the West Bank
Military seals off east Hebron area as units widen search for missing Israeli; Brig.-Gen. Moti Almoz: We don't yet know if this is a criminal or terrorist incident.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN,BEN HARTMAN
The assailant was apprehended. Israeli security forces are on their way to the scene of the incident.
According to Army Radio, the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) last week took into custody Elad Sela, a resident of the Bat Ayin settlement, who is being accused of endangering national security.
Cruz launches presidential campaign with swipe at Obama’s positions on Israel
United Nations secretary-general issues lukewarm condemnation of December terror attack which left an 11 year-old girl in critical condition when a fire bomb was thrown at her car.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
When it comes to actual building within West Bank settlements, Netanyahu’s track record as prime minister in the past six years has been worse than that of the previous six years.
Celebrations commence throughout country for Jewish holiday.
Two-day exercise will test Central Command's ability to mobilize many forces in response to sudden security escalation.
Amid daily security incidents, Menashe territorial brigade tests responses to potential large-scale attacks.
Israel's decision to provide the Palestinian city of Rawabi with water is a welcome development, The State Department said on Friday.
By MICHAEL WILNER,HERB KEINON
Our hold on this land is conditional on our moral behavior, as individuals and as a people.
By RON KRONISH
While the appeal of marathons is for their physical challenge and diverse locations, two long-distance courses in the West Bank have an extra element: politics.
By DARA FRANK
The unabashedly Land-of-Israel winery marks record sales in the US and is now selling to Christian supporters alongside the traditional American Jewish market.
By ETGAR LEFKOVITS
In the Hebron area, the PA General Intelligence Service arrested Anan al-Shahateet, a student at the Polytechnic University, and summoned for interrogation his colleague, Mohamed Rashaideh.
Senior Fatah official accuses Hamas of seeking to “neutralize” Egyptians by inviting Saudi intervention in internal Palestinian affairs.
Carter was at the head of international observers who monitored the January 2006 Palestinian parliamentary election that resulted in a Hamas victory.
Palestinian Authority ministers were dispatched to Hamas-controlled Strip as part of effort to solve salary dispute.
Yesh Atid leader responds to report of 16 European Union ministers publishing letter on labeling of West Bank settlement products.
Syrian government has helped facilitate aid to 500 refugees from Palestinian refugee camp.
"UNRWA has shown that we can work with the parties on the ground and secure access," official says.
Users on the popular social media site took advantage of April Fools Day to point out the myriad problems in the Middle East.
Rabea Darduna, a father of six from northern Gaza, said he sold the iron-and-brick doorway of his destroyed house to a local man who offered him 700 shekels ($175) for it.
EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini proposed an Italian diplomat as the bloc's special representative to the Middle East.
Palestinian Authority President says at economic conference in Egypt that there "is no alternative but to re-evaluate the security and economic relations with Israel."
PMO announces that Israel’s Water Authority will hook Rawabi up to its grid.
Presumably there is no law in any Western democracy that prohibits any national from living in a given locale on the grounds of citizenship, ethnicity or religion.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
"When the quiet is violated in Gaza, Israel often responds militarily but in a limited way."
By RICHARD BELL
Tens of thousands of Jews, if not more, had lived in the area before even one Palestinian ever set foot in Gush Etzion, among them the famous Bar Kokhba.
By DAVIDI PEREL
There have been periods in the state’s short history when huge building projects have been undertaken successfully.
By JPost Editorial