Several Israelis were killed or wounded amid a rise in Palestinian attacks on Israelis as tension in the region mounts.
Israeli military spokesman Peter Lerner confirmed the attack, saying seven people were injured
According to Israel's Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported, a Palestinian tried to stab a group of Jewish settlers in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Tension has mounted in the occupied West Bank since the abduction
Israel naval forces opened fire on Palestinian fishermen and detained four fishermen on Wednesday
A Palestinian official says Israel closes only functioning crossing on Thursday for the Jewish holiday
Israels refusal to hand over $100 million in tax revenue from Palestinians has caused severe difficulties in Palestine, who is already struggling from Israeli bullying.
More than 350 Israeli troops had been receiving treatment for full psychological trauma after last year launched a weeks-long onslaught on the Gaza Strip.
Israel demolished makeshift homes for the fourth time on the grounds that economic and security buffer zone for Jewish settlements
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri described Netanyahu's discourse as an attempt to "portray the aggressor as the victim before international public opinion"
Britain's advertising watchdog banned an Israeli advert that showed a view of the walled Old City with the text "Israel has it all"
Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement secretary general Ramadan Shalahk said that they discussed opening the Rafah border crossing and acceleration relations with Egypt over Egyptian court ruling designating Hamas as a "Terrorist Organization"
The three students were detained after being beaten by Jewish settlers while on their way to the Ibrahimiya School in the West Bank city of Al-Khalil (Hebron), the ministry said
After the video went viral online, Israeli media reported that Israel's chief military prosecutor had ordered an investigation into the incident
Three Israeli nationals have been accused of “providing raw materials directly to Hamas for the benefit of manufacturing rockets, missiles and other armaments.”
Chief Justice Minister Mahmoud al-Habash has said that Hamas has made critical mistakes which led to the "terrorist" organisation group.
Egyptian court labels Hamas as terrorist organisation
Egypt has been cracking down on militancy in Sinai
Abu Sabga said that the Erez crossing is not considered safe by many Palestinians, who fear that they would be arrested by Israeli authorities for "resisting the occupation"
Two Palestinians were shot and injured after
Palestinian faction Hamas denounced as "shocking" an Egyptian court decision to designate the movement a "terrorist organization".
Nagi Abu Sabla, 21, was killed and his brother Akram,18, was wounded after an unexploded ordinance left over by Israeli forces went off in Rafah