Lebanon and Israel have been involved in a maritime dispute regarding the exact location of their sea borders

The disputed gas fields in the eastern Mediterranean

Migrant laborers won’t be processed by Israeli officials as part of ongoing dispute with the Finance Ministry

Foreign Ministry strike halts arrival of Chinese workers

A Human Rights Watch researcher to whom Israel initially denied a visa on the Foreign Ministry’s recommendation was finally allowed into the country on Monday

Despite initial ban, Human Rights Watch investigator finally let into Israel

Every day in Tel Aviv, about 5,000 children of asylum seekers attend daycare centers run by women with little or no training

Asylum Seeker Children At Risk In Israel’s ‘Baby Warehouses’

US official tells Times of Israel Trump administration ‘just getting started’ on formulating Mideast peace policy, says president committed to working with both sides

Amid annexation talk, White House urges ‘reasonableness’

Eight months after decision to airlift 1,300 from dwindling Jewish community, officials have not processed a single request; reasons cited include lack of air conditioning in Addis Ababa embassy

Despite promises, Ethiopian immigration still stalled as Israelis pass the buck

Said to have been born in 1900, Rabbi Zecharia Barashi was thus the world’s oldest living Jew, Kurd and Israeli… though Guinness was not able to document it

Kurdish rabbi dies in Jerusalem, at 117 (apparently)

Entry or residency ban for those who ‘knowingly issue a public call for boycotting’

Israel to bar foreigners who back country boycott