West Bank

Amid coronavirus, Palestinian grape farmers see market collapse

The pandemic's economic ravages have also slashed sales of the fruit, depressing the hilly breadbasket region of Hebron.

Has Netanyahu lost to Gantz as he flip-flops on settlers, slides in polls?

Analysis - In a strange turn of events it is now Gantz who has appealed to Netanyahu not to freeze planning for new settlement construction.

Sovereignty is a challenge and opportunity for the Right – opinion

The bond between the Right, the settlement movement, and the periphery is a solid one, yet not unbreakable.

Liberman: The Right must rid itself of Netanyahu if it wants annexation

Netanyahu has often spoken of himself as the leader of the Right, but Liberman disputes that self-description.

Stabbing attack reported near Ariel

The suspect was reportedly neutralized and captured by security forces.

Halting West Bank annexation resurrects the ‘67 line: 10 things to know

The absence of sovereignty has always placed a shadow of danger over the settlement enterprise.

Ofer Cassif
Ofer Cassif's crocodile tears are also green – opinion

The sad truth is that Cassif’s objections have very little to do with ecology and environmental protection, and everything to do with a scorched-earth policy of anti-normalization in the West Bank.

In Ramallah, Romanian FM affirms support for two-state solution

Romanian Foreign Minister Bogdan Aurescu emphasized the importance of resuming dialogue between Israel and the Palestinians.

Caucus threatens sovereignty bill over silent West Bank settlement freeze

Yesha Council launches campaign against Netanyahu over building

A soldier and police officer were lightly injured in a ramming attack at Tapuah Junction
Two injured in suspected terrorist attack reported in West Bank

"We will not allow terror to raise its head – and we will fight the perpetrators and those who send them."

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