All the Palestinians in Israeli custody who were on a hunger strike have agreed to resume eating following an agreement struck between Israeli and Palestinian authorities, Palestinian Minister of Detainees and ex-Detainees Issa Qaraqe said Tuesday.
Two staff members of the British Consulate-General in Jerusalem arrested in connection with an alleged plan to fire a rocket into a Jerusalem stadium have been charged with acquiring and trading weaponry and other weapons-related offenses, the Israeli security agency said.
A day after a senior figure in a Gaza-based Islamist group was slain in an Israeli targeted killing, another militant organization has released a Hebrew language audio message threatening continued rocket fire into Israel.
Israeli troops killed two militants on Friday in an operation targeting Hamas in the West Bank, an act that has sparked outrage over Israeli-Palestinian Authority security ties and militant vows of "revenge."
A top U.N. official on Thursday urged Israel to "dismantle" its barrier separating the West Bank from the Jewish state and "make reparation for all damage suffered by all persons affected by the wall's construction" on Palestinian land.
Israel's internal security agency is "very concerned" that extremists in that country might assassinate an Israeli leader to disrupt the peace process with the Palestinians, Shin Bet's director said Sunday, according to Israeli newspaper Haaretz.