Patching up relations could help smooth the way for a new 10-year U.S. military aid package.
The Israeli Prime Minister hopes the talks will help outline a new 10-year military aid package for his country.
Netanyahu referred in a speech to a series of attacks by Muslims against Jews he said were instigated by the then Mufti of Jerusalem.
Thirty-two Palestinians and seven Israelis have been killed in the past two weeks of bloodshed.
Israel's security cabinet made the announcement Wednesday following an emergency meeting.
AIPAC's fundamental role is to promote U.S.-Israeli relations without regard to who's in office.
The world must hold Israel to account for crimes against the Palestinians, writes Saeb Erekat.
Two Palestinians have been killed in 24 hours after two attacks left four Israelis dead.
Israel's security cabinet voted in favour of the measures following a wave of Jerusalem attacks.
Russia has been building up its military presence in Syria.
The Israeli press says the visit will focus on reports of Russian military in Syria.
Alexander Levlovitz died in a car crash on Sunday as
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Netanyahu will discuss regional security issues.
Tougher punishments for stone throwing are to be implemented after a Jerusalem car crash.
The desert sands sweeping through Israel and refugees on the march in Europe evoke a postapocalyptic world.
Israeli police suspect that a car crash which killed one person in Jerusalem was caused by stone-throwing.
The Israeli leader made the announcement at a meeting with his British counterpart David Cameron.
The Israeli leader will discuss a range of issues with his British counterpart, including the Iran deal.
Israel's prime minister says the country "lacks demographic and geographic depth" to take in Syrian refugees.
Meanwhile, Israel debates its response to refugee crisis.
Under current orders, Israeli soldiers facing violent Palestinian protests can open fire with live bullets only in life-threatening situations.
The American Israel Public Affairs Committee placed all of its chips on its multi-million dollar campaign to scuttle the Iran deal, and it now appears it will lose that bet.
Former foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman sl has slammed the government for their stance on the Mohammed Allan case.