US says Israeli military gunfire ​'likely responsible​' for Shireen Abu Akleh's death but examination of bullet inconclusive

The United States has determined that gunfire from the Israeli military was “likely responsible” for the killing of Al Jazeera correspondent and Palestinian-American Shireen Abu Akleh in May, although an examination overseen... Read more »

A leader for all Israelis? Yair Lapid takes over as caretaker prime minister

Yair Lapid is used to being in the spotlight. Source Link: Read more »

Ben and Jerry's sells its Israeli business

Unilever has sold its Ben & Jerry’s business in Israel to its distributor in the country, following ongoing controversy related to its activities in Israel and the West Bank. Source Link: Read more »

Is there any way out of Israel's neverending election cycle?

It was just over a year ago that a shared desire to oust Benjamin Netanyahu as the longest-serving Israeli prime minister united eight disparate political parties to form the most diverse coalition... Read more »

Israel set for possible fifth election in four years as PM Bennett moves to dissolve parliament

Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has effectively called time on his premiership after just a year in the job. Source Link: Read more »

Why enemies Lebanon and Israel are talking now

Lebanon and Israel, officially at a state of war, are holding indirect talks in an effort to settle a border dispute with potentially billions of dollars at stake. Source Link: Read more »

Israeli police conclude probe into conduct at Shireen Abu Akleh funeral, amid reports no officers will be punished

Israeli police say they have concluded the investigation into police actions during the funeral procession of slain Al Jazeera correspondent Shireen Abu Akleh in Jerusalem last month. Source Link: Read more »

How a failed vote on Jewish settlers shows the Israeli government is teetering

Efforts by former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies to bring down the country’s governing coalition risk hurting the very cause the Israeli right has always championed: Jewish settlers in... Read more »

How the UAE went from boycotting Israel to investing billions in its economy

There was a time in the United Arab Emirates when the depiction of the Star of David on a t-shirt sold in local markets could prompt investigations by officials charged with policing... Read more »

Two suspects arrested for allegedly assaulting a journalist in Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem

Two suspects were arrested on suspicion of assaulting a journalist who was covering clashes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in East Jerusalem on Sunday, Israeli Police said in a statement. Source Link:... Read more »