IAEA reports its inspectors found traces of uranium at a site the Islamic Republic did not declare to the agency, more than a year after Netanyahu revealed Iran's 'secret atomic warehouse' during an UNGA speech
New CBS report shows 10 of Israel's metropoles situated in center of country, where 44% of citizens live; Jerusalem keeps top spot as most populated city, with almost double the number of residents as second-largest Tel Aviv
The army says the 22-year-old from Al-Aroub refugee camp, north of Hebron, was killed after 'a large number of rioters' confronted the troops throwing rocks and wielding explosives; footage shows the victim waving a towel before being shot
Jordanian foreign minister's remarks come after the two agricultural sites in the Jordan Valley reverted to full sovereignty of the Hashemite kingdom after being leased by Israel since the 1994 peace agreement between the two countries
Neria Zarug, banished for three months for 'violent acts against both Palestinians and the security forces,' constructed large metal and wooden clamp for his leg in effort to prevent removal from West Bank settlement, assisted by residents who pelted firefighters with rocks
Netanyahu supporters tell Blue and White leader to 'go to the Arabs' over Joint List contacts as he tries to form government, hours after party MK and fellow former IDF chief Gabi Ashkenazi met with abuse in Ashkelon
Yossi Shelley criticizes leader of Brazilian Israelite Confederation, which is in charge of the event, in a local newspaper; citing the criticism made by him towards Bolsonaro as the reason for the boycott
Israel controlled agricultural lands for over 70 years and was permitted to lease areas under 25-year-old peace accord, assuming arrangement would be extended once again; but monarch's announcement to parliament seems to dash Israeli hopes
At the official memorial service commemorating slain prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, who was murdered by a far-right extremist, the president warned of the slippery slope from incitement and hate to bloodshed
Officials deny report by Saudi news outlet saying delegations from Hamas and Israel have been holding talks in Cairo on the return of bodies of two fallen IDF soldiers and two hostages; Jerusalem says Hamas intransigence to blame for lack of progress
The 48-year-old, accused of threatening a medical secretary, is in a serious condition after he poured flammable liquid on himself and set his body alight during a hearing at Be'er Sheva District Court
Move by Netanyahu sees New Right unite with Likud faction until end of current Knesset; Likud minister and former top IDF officer is sole dissenting voice; Blue and White calls decision 'cynical' bid by prime minister to thwart New Right supporting Gantz
Meteorologist say the heatwave this long, which began five days ago and is expected to last for another week, haven't been experienced in Israel since 2010 when a three week long hot temperature led to the Carmel Mountain Forest Fire that killed 44 people
Israeli farmers will still be able to cultivate parts of Naharayim and Tzofar, leased for 25 years by Israel from the Hashemite kingdom as part of 1994 peace treaty, until May 2020 despite the areas reverting to Jordanian control on Sunday
Since the start of 2019, there have been more deaths on the roads in Israel than there were for whole of the year before; Rachel Tevet-Wiesel, the head of the National Road Safety Authority, has a lot to say about how to solve this ongoing problem
The suspects aged 17 to 30 are accused of distributing images in Telegram groups with thousands of members; one woman discovered video of her half-naked in clothing store changing room was shared online - 'I feel like a joke,' she says
The allegations include senior management engaging in "sexual misconduct, nepotism, retaliation, discrimination and other abuses of authority, for personal gain, to suppress legitimate dissent, and to otherwise achieve their personal objectives
Despite receiving much praise when videos were uploaded, the ministry has yet to give full answer as to when clips will return to website; some affiliated with project link move to pro-conversion therapy comments by Peretz
Colonel stationed along Gaza border says attacks are designed 'to send a message that we do not want any further incidents' while senior military source says most strikes follow 'knock on the roof' or after troops confirm there are no militants in targeted location
The mysterious death of a 28-year-old university graduate, whom his family say was thrown out the window of his home by Hamas police, prompted many to turn up to his funeral with signs and banners, accusing Gaza's rulers of 'cold-blooded murder'
State wants to postpone High Court hearing on pro-settlement group's petition to remove Khan al-Amar until March 2020, on the grounds that a government has not been formed since a previous request for a postponement was made in June
Heba al-Lebadi and Abdelrahman Meri already back in own country; release brings to a close an incident that strained already tense tries between Amman and Jerusalem; Jordan now expected to return its ambassador to Tel Aviv
Chinese news agency reports that an interceptor missile from the David's Sling defense system, which fell in Syria last year, had been taken by Russian troops to Moscow for reverse engineering purposes; Russia, IDF decline to comment
New legislation raises age of consent for marriage for both genders to 18, and while seen as a historic achievement for the Palestinian Authority, many women's rights activists do not believe it goes far enough
Omar Shakir tweets that if government insists upon his deportation for allegedly supporting BDS, he would have to leave within 20 days and Israel 'would join the ranks' of Iran, North Korea and Egypt in blocking access of HRW officials
Yahya Sinwar, the terror group's leader in Gaza, threatens to turn Israeli cities into 'ghost towns' and warns that 'thousands of traps' and 'thousands of kilometers' of attack tunnels are waiting for IDF soldiers in the coastal enclave
Israeli government confirm the release of the 2 Jordanian nationals after an earlier statement by a senior Israeli official who said the pair are to be freed as gesture of goodwill; the kingdom's foreign minister claims they are to be released by ?end of the week?
Sharren Heskel's bill, if implemented, would bring the Jordan Valley territory under full Israeli sovereignty, permit Palestinians living in area to apply for Israeli citizenship within decade, provided they meet certain criteria
Mayor, former mayor, ex-ministerial aide among those questioned; 10 others arrested in investigation into alleged graft by senior government employees accused of colluding to hand government contracts to certain external parties
Report in a Palestinian news site quotes a military commander in the enclave, who claims the factions find it unacceptable that Israel has frozen all talks on potential long-term ceasefire arrangement and Gaza 'won't be held prisoner to Israeli elections'
Police estimate the IED, discovered by holidaymakers near a local river, was flown from the Hamas-controlled enclave via a balloon, but it's unclear how long ago; incident comes just hours after a barrage of rockets fired by Gaza militants hit southern Israel
Hamas threatens to respond to 'Israel's aggression' after IDF carried out a series of aerial attacks in retaliation to a barrage of rockets fired by Gaza militants at Israeli communities bordering the enclave
CCTV footage shows a brilliant white light and a massive shower of sparks as a Gaza rocket makes impact; house residents: This is not a game, we ran for the protected area as soon as we heard the sirens
No injuries reported; Iron Dome intercepts at least 7 projectiles fired across border after day of clashes that Palestinians say wounded dozens; attack is second such incident in 24 hours after almost month of relative calm
Hezbollah leader says Lebanese economic protests will not deter action against Israel, day after anti-aircraft missile fired at IDF drone, says new government must listen to demands of people who took to streets, triggering Hariri resignation
In a thinly veiled dig at Trump, who called off a strike on Iranian targets after the downing of a U.S. drone, PM says the Islamic Republic's 'threshold of daring' is increasing and vows to 'strike harshly' anyone who attacks the Jewish State
Blue and White say the meeting focused on issues 'important to Arab society,' while the leader of the Arab-dominated political alliance throws a dig at the ruling party, saying the Joint List 'welcomes Likud's hysteria'
News channel affiliated with the Lebanese terror group claims Hezbollah targeted the UAV with 'appropriate weapons' and forced it to leave the area, after reporting earlier the drone was downed in southern Lebanon
The European court's ruling might provide practical tools to attack Israel and Israeli exports to Europe; Israeli embassies will direct efforts towards local ministries of economy and agriculture to convince them not to apply the ruling
Responding to Justice Minister Amir Ohana's attack on the attorney general and the prosecution Tuesday, Hayut says 'We are all committed to stand firm and carry out our duties without fear of retribution'
Sources say the detainee appears to be an immigrant from a former Soviet Union country; in the meantime, Israel's deputy foreign minister denies claims the 2 Jordanian nationals held by Israel were arrested illegally, claiming the pair committed 'security offences'
According to transcripts of Yair Netanyahu police interrogation released by Channel 12, PM's son also accused a former family aide turned state witness of killing an IDF soldier and disposing of the body
Nidal a-Taani, head of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the Jordanian Parliament, urges the government to exchange the Israeli national detained on Tuesday for 2 Jordanian citizens, who the kingdom claims are held illegally and without charges
The suspected female terrorist approached Border Police officers stationed at the holy site and attempted to stab one member before being shot; her condition is described as critical; there were no reported injuries among Israeli forces
Ohana claims misconduct on behalf of law authorities after details of criminal investigations against Netanyahu leaked to the press repeatedly; Justice Ministry hits back at the claims, calling them unfounded
Committee will hold discussions with Arab leaders and devise policy aiming to mitigate violence, crime in Arab society; Netanyahu orders budgets to be moved for construction, operation of police stations in Arab communities
Israel?s economy has been in a holding pattern amid the political uncertainty for months, and analysts believe the next government will need to trim spending to stick to fiscal targets but more likely, taxes will rise.
Netanyahu claimed the police were targeting his closest aids in a manner that does not befit a democratic regime while the police insists their investigation is necessary and harassment of a state's witness is a serious offence
The prime minister and his aids assured Mrs. Issachar that they are doing everything possible to ensure her daughter's release, but she said Naama is being used as a pawn in a situation she cannot control
According to the new Swedish foreign minister, support for Israel and its defense does not contradict the need to end the occupation and protect Palestinians rights, even using non-violent tools such as the BDS
Analysis: Trump?s polarizing effect makes it 'easy to understand' that criticizing a U.S. leader is not the same as anti-Americanism, J Street president Jeremy Ben-Ami said in an interview. 'The same thing goes for Israel'
Ynet security analyst notes Iran already has the capability to hit Israel from within its borders but now Israel must be prepared along its Southern flank for missiles from Yemen which means more preparation
Eliezer Ashkenazi, 20, was last seen near his home in the city of Kfar Saba early Sunday morning, wearing an IDF uniform, carrying a weapon and a small bag; he was on his way to a military base in the Golan Heights, but never arrived
Kochavi censures battalion commander and his deputy for allowing medical vehicle carrying five soldiers to drive near the Lebanese border despite threat of Hezbollah missile strike, praises decision to stage troop injuries to reduce chance of further attacks
Though a strategic partnership that is beneficial to both countries, the peace between Israel and Jordan some say, should have delivered bigger dividends and the promise at its outset has not yet been fulfilled
With eye on anti-government demonstrations in Lebanon and as calls for rally spread on social media, police units in Strip have focused round-ups on people affiliated with left-wing and centrist political factions, including PFLP and Fatah
Unveiling the army's new multi-year plan, Aviv Kochavi warns that situation is tense and fragile in both north and south, with possibility situation may deteriorate into conflict - despite Israel's enemies not being interested in war either
'Israel's bulldozers will not break us,' says PA statement issued hours after IDF demolished home of Islam Yusuf Hamid, who killed Staff Sgt. Ronen Lubarsky, 20, by dropping marble slab on his head during 2018 arrest raid in same camp as demolished house
Israel expanded the municipal boundaries to take in large areas of vacant land on which it later constructed Jewish settlements while expansion of Palestinian neighborhoods was limited forcing residents to build illegally
The settlement's leadership condemns Border Police and Civil Administration for demolishing 2 wooden structures built in West Bank's Area B; meanwhile, footage emerges showing local settlers threatening Israeli forces; Die! May God take you!'
Human Rights expert tells the UN the international community has a responsibility and a legal obligation to compel Israel to completely end its occupation and remove barriers to self-determination for the Palestinians
As the U.S. cracks down on funds channeled from Tehran to Gaza via New York, the terror group in charge of Gaza is using banks and non-digitial interaction to reduce its exposure, says IDF terror finance expert
This is the first time that someone other than the Likud leader has been asked to put together coalition in more than a decade; Gantz said 'I intend to form a liberal unity government as I had promised voters'
Joint List MK expresses disappointment at prospect of unity government, says Netanyahu has created 'more social divisions than ever' and is to blame for stalled peace process; calls on Gantz to 'distance himself from those who have failed'
Far-right leader and attorney who represents one of 14 soldiers from the Kfir Brigade, claims the incident began when one of the young Bedouin men threatened to stab the troops; says the footage of the brawl was doctored by Bedouin employees at the gas station
Local media says Jerusalem preemptively bolstering defenses should Iran retaliate to ongoing series of attacks on its proxies attributed to IDF; sources says military will focus on deterring harder to detect, low-flying cruise missiles and drone strikes
Ziad Al-Avid, an undocumented Palestinian from the West Bank, allegedly attacked the 11-month-old in a fit of rage after his girlfriend left the baby with him to go out partying; mother asked to see her child before burial
Although Lebanese media says Hezbollah is responsible for the downing, the TV station affiliated with the terror group reported the UAV was shot down by a resident of a village near the border with Israel
PM Scott Morrison says he'll ask the next Israeli government for a quick resolution to the extradition saga of former Melbourne school principle Malka Leifer, after meeting with 2 of her alleged victims
'We were held hostage,' says local resident after Elad religious municipality left without lights, air conditioning and hot food for 11 hours as rabbi prevents emergency crew dispatched to mend outage from entering the city during Simchat Torah
The 50-year-old man, who appears to be a grandson of a Palestinian who helped save Jews during 1929 Hebron massacre, has been held for the past 2 weeks on pretext of assaulting his brother; meanwhile, the man says his siblings mercilessly beat him, while PA police gave him burns on his arms and legs
President's aide says he will invite Blue and White leader to put together next coalition after Netanyahu concedes defeat in mission and blames failure on what he called Gantz's intransigence and refusal to compromise
Police suspect the 22 year-old-mother from Ashkelon left the infant, now in critical condition, with the undocumented Palestinian and went out to party; police asked for the mother's arrest to be extended, while the father - from local Bedouin community - was freed
Heads of regional councils plead with PM to repair breaches in West Bank security barrier, warning it is no longer effective in preventing terror attacks, say appeals to the military have gone unanswered
Shin Bet, IDF and police agree on joint effort 'to counter this grave phenomenon' after soldier lightly hurt in overnight attack; Kochavi instructs security forces to track down perpetrators; Netanyahu: Zero tolerance for those who raise a hand against our soldiers
IDF says group of some 30 settlers also slashed tires of troops' vehicle, soldiers responded by firing into the air in latest incident near Yitzhar settlement; army condemns attack, saying it 'views such incidents in a very harsh light'
The army is seeking to create more options for members of the community that will give them opportunities before, during and after military service, including academic and vocational tracks, and a new academy is currently training 25 Bedouin recruits earmarked for senior roles
Trump's Syria about-face was the latest in recent decisions that have stirred discomfort within Netanyahu's conservative cabinet, which had previously seen itself and the Trump administration as marching in lockstep
Military says no injuries or damage caused in incident near border with Strip, UAV taken by IDF for further examination; Israel previously concerned that drone attacks could become a new threat to troops serving along the Gaza border
A decade of government neglect has taken its toll on what should be the international face of Israel, and when Naama Isschar's mother sought help in freeing her daughter from a Russian prison, she says the ministry was ineffective
Although Russia is third most-popular travel destination for Israelis, travel website reports drop in demand for flights and reservations to the country following 26-year-old's detention at Moscow airport with small amount of marijuana in her bags