Israel Shoots Dead Four Palestinians Following Attempted Stabbings
A surge in street violence that started last October appears to still be in full swing, although figures released by Israel show attacks by Palestinians decreased significantly in December.
Israeli NGOs on Both Sides of the Political Divide Are Trading Accusations About Shady Funding
A report by leftwing NGO Peace Now and investigation by newspaper Haaretz claim rightwing NGOs in Israel hide the sources of their funding.
Israeli Settlements Use Palestinian Child Labor for Products Exported to US and Europe, Rights Group Says
Human Rights Watch interviewed children as young as 11 working in hazardous conditions in West Bank outposts for far less than the Israeli minimum wage.
Israeli Supreme Court Rejects Plan to Build Separation Barrier Through the Cremisan Valley
The nine-year campaign against the fence, which would have divided church properties and separated dozens of Palestinian Christian families from their land, had drawn the intercession of Pope Francis.
'A Choice Between Hope and Disappointment': Israelis Vote in Neck-and-Neck Election
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned that 'Arab voters are coming out in droves', urging supporters to help Likud close the gap with the center-left Zionist Union, narrowly leading in polls.