Three Arab-Israeli lawmakers who met with the families of Palestinians who killed or attempted to kill Israelis could be facing Knesset sanctions.
Nissim Hakmon and his neighbors say they hear banging and clattering at night. They are convinced it can only mean one thing: Hamas is tunneling under their homes from Gaza and will one day emerge, guns blazing, to attack or kidnap them.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called on Sunday for a more “sober” approach towards the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in dismissing a French peace initiative as only encouraging Palestinians to shun compromise.
A chorus of non-Orthodox and Diaspora leaders praised the landmark interdenominational compromise on the Western Wall.
Hillary Rodham Clinton made her ability to talk Israel’s leadership down from military action a centerpiece of her foreign policy credentials.
Israeli Prime Minister visited the grieving husband and six kids of slain settler mom of Dafna Meir — and vowed to destroy the family home of her alleged teen killer and to take away their work permits, Israeli media reported Tuesday.
Israel bristled on Sunday at the lifting of international sanctions on Iran and vowed to flag up any violations of its arch-foe’s nuclear restrictions while drawing on U.S. defense aid to prepare for a possible military face-off in the future.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday Israel would stay vigilant as Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hailed the nuclear deal that has led to the lifting of crippling economic sanctions.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the European Union of holding his country to a double standard, and reserved special criticism for Sweden, saying its call to investigate Israel was outrageous, immoral and stupid.