In 2015, only four out of 89 cases brought indictments against suspects of violence.
The British foreign secretary made a quick-stop visit to Israel and the West Bank.
The defense minister said the government must state intention not to impose sovereignty in West Bank.
Moving from political art to political business venture, artist offers guests "worst view in the world."
Leader of the Zionist Union Party Isaac Herzog condemned a rise in threats directed at Jewish centers and schools across America.
Sheldon Adelson owns a newspaper in Israel and is a key donor to Benjamin Netanyahu.
Malcolm Turnbull welcomed Benjamin Netanyahu, the first Israeli prime minister to visit Australia.
Details of Israel's security cabinet meeting on Sunday reached the press within minutes.
The Israeli leader pushed back against the right wing of his party, suggesting Trump wanted peace between Israel and Palestinians.
Israeli prime minister says he will pursue 'responsible policies' in visit to the White House.
The new settlement bill reveals Israel's state theft of Palestinian land, writes a former adviser to Abbas.
Trump causes many Israelis an uncomfortable feeling in the pit of their stomachs.
The legislation has been condemned by Palestinians as a blow to their hopes of statehood. But its passage may only be largely symbolic as it contravenes Israeli Supreme Court rulings on property rights.
Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat condemns Trump's immigration ban and his silence on Israeli settlement building.
Netanyahu said the greatest danger Israel faces is from the Islamic Republic.
The far-right Jewish Home party, along with members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party, is promoting legislation that would effectively annex one large settlement in the occupied West Bank to Israel.
"Nowhere has the UN's failure been more consistent and more outrageous than in its bias against our close ally Israel," Republican South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley said.
Trump will be confronted with Israeli demands aimed at burying peace, the top Palestinian negotiator writes.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had tied a ramming attack in Jerusalem to a pattern inspired by ISIS in Europe.
The Palestinian president wrote that the decision would have a "disastrous impact on the peace process."
Those detained include five of the attacker's family from the Jabal Mukaber neighborhood.
Israel's mission to the United Nations said funding would be cut to U.N. bodies it described as "anti-Israel."
The Jordanian government warned of "catastrophic" consequences if Trump follows through with campaign pledge.
May's spokesman said that Israel had coped for too long with the threat of terrorism and that focusing only on the settlements was not the best way to achieve peace between Jew and Arab.