Residents of Iranian-backed group's stronghold in southern part of Lebanese capital report one large explosion that shook the area and triggered a fire; IDF says it does not comment on 'foreign reports'
IAF planes strike targets near Damascus after army spends months monitoring plan to send explosives-laden drones into Israeli territory; Netanyahu warns Iran 'has no immunity anywhere,' calls Air Force strike a 'major operational effort'
Palestinian media says the men have been detained during IDF's raid on a village near Ramallah; meanwhile, the condition of Rina Shnerb's brother, who was also wounded by the improvised explosive device, is said to have improved
The security forces are focusing on defending settlements in the area to prevent copycat attacks, as well as coordinating activity in Palestinian territories with intelligence gathered and data collected by the Shin Bet in an effort to trace the location of the perpetrators behind attack that killed Rina Shnerb
''I wanted to believe I was dreaming,' says 46-year-old rabbi as he recalled the moments he and his teenage children were hit by a roadside bomb while walking to a West Bank natural spring, but 'after seeing Rina I realized I wasn't'
17-year-old Rina Shnerb from Lod was killed in bombing while hiking near settlement of Dolev; IDF troops launch massive search of area for perpetrators; Netanyahu: We will settle accounts with those who seek to kill us
Avichai Mandelblit holds urgent meeting to formulate a temporary position on the issue, saying the officials would have to make sure such events are only held if the rights of individuals aren't being hurt; decision comes after a contentious gender-segregated concert in Afula
A senior Palestinian Authority official and Fatah member says Israeli government has agreed to allow the Palestinians to collect $60 million in monthly fuel taxes which Israel usually collects on PA's behalf
MK from opposition party says Joint List must first accept Israel as Jewish and democratic after Odeh lists own conditions for supporting a center-left government under Benny Gantz, including better conditions for his electorate, renewing peace process
The pair, both in their 20s and both from the northern town of Tamra, charged with conspiracy to murder, making contact with foreign agent; they allegedly trained in bomb and poison preparation as well as seeking to spread IS ideology
President hits back after accusations of using anti-Semitic trope alleging Jews have dual loyalty during his attacks on Muslim congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar; comments earn condemnation from Jewish groups across spectrum; Rivlin calls Pelosi to stress bipartisan nature of ties
Statement from Popular Mobilization Forces umbrella group, many of whose members are backed by Iran, says United States allowed four Israeli drones to enter region accompanying U.S. forces, vowed to defends itself
The family of 7, including 5 children, were each stung dozens of times after their vehicle ran into a swarm of enraged flying insects at a park in northern Israel; mother also suffered from injuries to upper body after a failed attempt to escape
Israeli officials keep mum on U.S. president?s comment that Jews who vote for Democrats are ?disloyal?, saying they prefer not to intervene in American politics, despite criticism from various Jewish groups that swiftly distanced themselves from the contentious statement
The parents of the victims shout 'life in prison' as the hearing is halted in order to calm the enraged relatives who'd seen their children horrifically abused at the nursery run by Carmel Mauda, who was arrested after discovery of surveillance footage
The Arabic-language newspaper Asharq al-Awsat says Israel attacked positions of Iran-backed militias north of Baghdad including missile warehouses of the Revolutionary Guards after Israel reached 'understandings' with Washington and Moscow
According to the Israeli military spokesperson, the joint exercise that was held last week was long planned as part of to the annual training schedule and has no connection to recent events in the Gulf
This is not the first time Trump has been criticized for remarks seen as anti-Semitic; In 2015, as a candidate he told Republican Jewish Coalition 'You?re not going to support me because I don?t want your money, you want to control your politicians'
In a press conference Omar and Tlaib slammed U.S. President Trump, Prime Minister Netanyahu for 'suppressing the ability of U.S. lawmakers to do their jobs', 'hiding the ills of occupation from the public'
Senior source in terrorist group tells Lebanese newspaper that the organization may not be able to contain independent attempts to cross the border if Israel does not allow financial assistance into coastal enclave Hamas rules
The conference initiated by the U.S Embassy in Jerusalem, set to bring together alumni of U.S. educational and cultural programs was canceled after Palestinians deem it an attempt to circumvent boycott of U.S. administration
Official says Gazans could even depart from Israeli airports, subject been raised in cabinet meetings but no nation willing to take them in; PM says he is 'advancing a broad campaign in Gaza' in wake of recent tensions
Investigation of incident earlier this month in which three Israeli soldiers were wounded on Gaza border finds that troops did not take action when gunman opened fire, fearing hitting their own comrades
PM seeks to downplay incident as country's social media slams his wife; political side of visit more successful with Israel and Ukraine agreeing to expand economic cooperation; prime minister and president visit site of WW2 massacre of Jews
Sara Netanyahu apparently became enraged after believing the captain of the prime minister's flight to Kiev didn't greet her on the speakerphone; she was later caught on camera throwing away a piece of traditional Ukrainian bread presented to the couple upon landing
A report seen exclusively by Ynet and Yedioth Ahronoth warns the dire political situation in the West Bank combined with PA leadership's policies have yielded no political gain, while Hamas and its use of violent resistance is perceived as more politically and economically effective
U.S. President added that some parts of the plan, which already kicked-off at the Bahrain summit with promises of a $50 billion investment plan in the Mideastern sphere, could be published before the September 17 elections
Though there has been an increase in ultra-Orthodox students in academic institutions, they are more likely to drop out and are limited by their lack of basic education in English, Mathematics and the Sciences
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan last week, stated Israel should push to change the status quo at the Temple Mount prompting Jordanian condemnation and a warning that Israel must cease its attempt to change the historical status
With a month to go until the elections, a host of prominent politicians go on the offensive, calling the prime minister 'weak' after 2 rocket attacks and an infiltration attempt within 24 hours; 'Deterrence against Hamas hasn?t been eroded, it?s been erased,' says Gantz
The head of drug trafficking network, Amos Dov Silver, arrives at Ben-Gurion Airport after escaping from a Duty-Free shop in Kiev just hours before he was supposed to be extradited; the weed kingpin was apprehended with the help of Israeli authorities after a 2-day manhunt
Sources in the Hamas-controlled enclave say another Palestinian was left wounded when, according to Israeli military, 5 armed suspects were spotted trying to breach the border less than 2 hours after 3 rockets had been fired into southern Israel
The shrapnel from one of the rockets landed in the southern city of Sderot where at least 2 people were lightly hurt while running to the bomb shelter and 4 others - including 79-year-old woman - were treated for shock
Speaker of the House of Representatives says the relationship between America and Israel can 'withstand Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu'; remarks come in the wake of the cancelled visit by 2 U.S. Muslim lawmakers to the Jewish state
Bi-partisan leadership in the House of Representatives cautioned the Israeli government against banning the visit on the basis of political believes while President Trump is reported to have suggested the visit should be banned
Jewish lawmakers say the proposed curriculum focuses on targeting Islamophobia but ignores anti-Semitism and has song lyrics supporting the idea of Jews controlling the media; while conservatives criticize the curriculum for describing capitalism as a 'form of oppression'
ELTA planning 'sophisticated upgrade' to its current 'Drone Guard' system, which has sold to defense agencies all over the world; the aircraft will be able to identify the target's flight path and fly directly into it
Welfare minister accused of advancing legislation to benefit his friend, businessman Mordechai Ben-Ari who is also being charged; Katz mulls seeking immunity from Knesset instead of resigning to stand trial
After AG recommends the committee denies Marzel and Gopstein's run for Knesset due to 'overwhelming' proof of racism and incitement, Shaffir blames Otzma Yehudit for bullying her online and Ben Gvir calls her a liar; Justice Melcer silences Shaffir's microphone as row intensifies
13-year-old Rohan Perez, who was born in Israel, was deported alongside his mother to her home country of the Philippines Monday night after the Appellate Court in Tel Aviv had approved their deportation. 'I told them I want to stay here, we did nothing wrong', said the teenager. Their deportation was stalled by a day after the mother lost control of herself and was taken off the plane on Sunday, but ultimately, the duo departed the next day.
Abbas' refusal to accept tax revenue from Israel is taking its toll on the local economy as civil servants see wages cut in half and even the annual festival devoted to food is failing to make an impact; 'our financial situation is tough, we are under siege from all directions,' says Hebron livestock merchant
Police break into Lod apartment after neighbors report crying from inside; initial investigation suggests parents abandoned child, who also showed signs of neglect, but took three other children out with them; mother and father arrested, will appear in court Tuesday
New channel on Telegram messaging app pops up after Israel's serious crimes unit cracks down on predecessor Telegrass; one of founders vows never to stop selling cannabis via the internet 'until it is fully legalized'
Community leaders say that young people who have grown up under fire from Gaza seem to function well while still in school but as their military service nears, their post trauma becomes more evident sometimes to the point they are unable to serve
United Right leader hits back at PM for recent online comments, calls on him to stop 'throwing dust in the public's eyes' over coalition plans after he urges voters to refrain from choosing another party from the right-wing bloc over his Likud
Decision comes as Al-Aqsa Mosque shut, security forces use stun grenades to disperse Muslim visitors to site after riots erupt; Jewish day of mourning for destruction of biblical temples coincides with Muslim festival of Eid al Adha
Israeli military says the militant approached the security fence in northern Gaza and opened fire towards the soldiers stationed there in what appears to be a second infiltration attempt in the past 48 hours; no Israelis were hurt in the incident
Detainees are family members, one with Hamas ties, from same town near Hebron; two others held in connection to killing of Dvir Sorek,; Hamas accuses PA of cooperating with Israel to track down the killers
Troops kill four heavily armed Palestinians as they tried to cross border fence in pre-dawn incident; RPGs, grenades and Kalashnikovs among weapons seized by army; Hamas: Independent action by youth motivated by rage over siege
Analysts say the money received by the PA is political funding and donors base their support of the PA on their political agenda, cutting funds when they do not agree with Ramallah and that includes Arab countries as well
Military sources say the lifeless body of 18-year-old Dvir Sorek was lying on the side of a road for at least 6 hours before being discovered and the murder was unlikely to have been a failed kidnapping attempt
Terror group says killing was response to talk of annexation, calls attack an Israeli security failure and vows young Palestinians 'will not end their struggle until the occupation is lifted and the settlers are expelled'
President Rivlin laments a life cut short, while Blue and White leader and former IDF chief Benny Gantz sends condolences to Sorek family, expressing confidence that IDF will find the 'contemptible killers, dead or alive'
Troops, Shin Bet and police searching for killer of 19-year-old Dvir Sorek from settlement of Ofra, whose body was found near Kibbutz Midgdal Oz hours after he went missing; yeshiva head: he was found holding books he bought for his teachers
Israel's army making adjustments from very start of the recruitment process, including addressing soldiers by new names and gender identity, offering special arangements for religious trans soldiers, consultations with doctors and commanders
Yucom employees falsely guaranteed profits, lied about their historical rates of return, falsely guaranteed profits and didn't tell investors that they only made money if their customers lost money, prosecutors said
Unnamed man from Hebron area initially granted temporary visa to live in Israel after receiving death threats in West Bank hometown due to role in saving Mark family in 2016; interior minister praises him for his 'selfless, noble' actions
Deputy health minister, a key Netanyahu coalition partner is facing charges of bribery, breach of trust and fraud in two investigations, including efforts to thwart extradition of accused child sex abuser to Australia
Andreas Pittadjis says request to quit due to 'serious disagreement' with client, who has now walked back confession that she invented rape by Israeli teens in Ayia Napa, for which she is charged with public nuisance
Streets named 'Death Penalty for Terrorists,' 'Ismail Haniyeh' and 'Incendiary Balloons' appear in Israel's coastal city after an organization protesting Israeli government's 'weak' response to Palestinian terrorism launches another PR stunt
Homeowner learns of so-called weapon catch after neighbors recognized his home when the series about the Jerusalem Police Force was aired; Israel Police apologizes for incident, says an investigation is in order
Hamas cells in the West Bank were receiving their instructions directly from the military wing of the terror group in the Gaza strip and were told to procure weapons, train for attacks and kidnappings and recruit more operatives
Another worker was left lightly hurt when a technical malfunction involving a fire extinguisher resulted in a blast at Tel Hashomer base; this is the second explosion to occur at the base within the past 3 months
The American-born former spy tells Channel 12 he asked the prime minister to urge the U.S. leader to allow him to 'go home' to care for his wife Esther who's suffering from an aggressive form of breast cancer
The minister of transportation clarifies he doesn't believe in religious coercion a day after saying he'd like to live in a country governed by Halacha where religion would interject itself into the lives of citizens
A Sderot resident repeatedly punched the 19-year-old and threatened to kill 'the stinking Arab' after the lifeguard - from Bedouin town of Rahat - cautioned the 34-year-old man against approaching the pool area while smoking and drinking
Palestinian deputy minister of local government says move effectively extends Palestinian Authority jurisdiction as part of implementation of decision to cut ties with Israel following IDF demolition of homes in East Jerusalem
Supreme Court ruled in favor of Ateret Cohanim, which seeks to increase the Jewish presence in Arab areas of capital, in 2004 purchase of three Old City properties; but patriarchate says deal involved bribery, claims to have 'clear proof' of corruption
Israel Democracy Institute poll shows that while most think Netanyahu is doing a good job on defense and foreign relations, less than one quarter score him highly on reducing social inequality, an issue that a plurality believe should be priority for next government
Doroob Navigator, designed by Palestinian app developers, navigate West Bank drivers through ever-changing checkpoint traffic and Israeli settlements, which apps like Google Maps and Waze do not account for
Israeli social media users post hundreds of memes and posts comparing the prime minister to North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un after 40 members of his party signed 'unity petition' affirming Netanyahu 'is the only Likud candidate for prime minister'
Nava Elimelech, who was 12 at the time, disappeared in 1982; her remains drifted onto the shore in Tel Aviv several days later; although gag order was put on new information, police source says no one would risk exhumation without substantial evidence
The lawyer of the UK teen indicted for perjury over falsely claiming to have been raped by Israeli youths in Cyprus tells the Daily Mail newspaper that police threatened to detain her friends and refused to let her see an attorney
Israel's plans for its semi-automated armored vehicles shows it intends to keep soldiers at the controls, albeit entirely insulated from the outside thanks to artificial intelligence and smart screens fed by external cameras and sensors
The move comes in response to Avigdor Liberman suggesting earlier that a national unity government is the only coalition he will join and if PM is the only impediment in the way of such a government being formed, he should and could be removed
The Likud Party is asking the Central Election Committee to allow cameras in polling stations in the Israeli Arab sector, claiming voting law violations had occurred in the last elections; Human rights organizations: Preserving the integrity of the elections is the responsibility of the committee, not of the Likud Party
Mnuchin released statement saying Zarif implements the reckless agenda of the Iranian Supreme Leader and is its primary spokesperson therefore the U.S. is sending a message that this policy is unacceptable
Israeli military says a Hamas operative belonging to a force responsible for restraining border violence breached the security fence and opened fire at the troops called into the area; the militant's brother is believed to be an amputee Palestinian protester killed by IDF last year
Plaintiffs sought $3 billion in damages from social media giant for allowing Hamas to use its platform to encourage and celebrate terrorist attacks in Israel, but Manhattan court says 1996 law regulating internet content shields organization from civil liability
Palestinan Foreign Ministry dismisses conference, at which Trump expected to unveil his peace plan, move as way of setting up normalized Arab-Israeli ties while shunting aside Arab world's own peace bid
Just a few kilometers apart, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and former Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman both met with Russian speaking voters in an effort to seal support from the immigrant community
Jordan?s King Abdullah ll and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi strive for a united position on Trump's peace conference; Jordanian official: this is an attempt to form a united stance that rejects the 'Deal of the Century'
Kushner sets off to for Mideast visit to persuade leaders to attend the conference, set to take place before the Israeli September 17 elections; Netanyahu involved in the designing of peace plan Trump will present, but will not attend the conference
For the first time in years, Israeli government approves construction for Palestinians living in West Bank?s area under full Israeli civil and security control as part of a broader plan which includes 6,000 housing units for Israeli settlers
Despite regulations, the court's legal advisor sends religious party leaders' recommendations for legislation that would expand the rabbinical system's powers, including allowing Jewish law to be used in civil cases, constructing new building to match that of Supreme Court
The country's Foreign Ministry says at least 10 people had access to the social media account of Germany's envoy to the Palestinian territories which last week promoted tweets by a Holocaust denier and videos praising attacks on IDF troops
Tel Aviv appeals court gives Geraldine Esta and her two children 45 days to say goodbye, rules that difficulties acclimatizing to new country are expected with any offspring of migrant workers; lawyer vows to fight decision
Remand of 19-year-old who falsely accused Israeli teens of assault is extended by eight days as her lawyer slams distribution of videos of her having sex as 'criminal offence far more severe than what my client is facing'