Netanyahu condemns UN chief for saying 'it is human nature to react to occupation'
Striking images from around the world
But violence continues in Jerusalem and the West Bank
Palestinians accused of adopting 'Israeli tactics' by offering homes in Hebron rent-free
UN chief appeals for calm as Benjamin Netanyahu makes incendiary comments about the Holocaust
Critics argue that Rawabi resembles the layout of an Israeli settlement in the West Bank
Years of economic blockades and military assaults have left 'most of the population destitute'
Critics of 'political tourism' say an afternoon of protests and stun grenades offers little benefit to visitor or host
Former UK prime minister will campaign for stronger laws to combat extremism and to make Holocaust denial a criminal offence
Middle East correspondents wonder why 'war criminal' became a peace envoy in the first place
As the chances of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict fade, few alternatives remain
Historians continue to debate whether Winston Churchill, one of history's most complex figures, deserves a place in Britain's pantheon
Palestinian suspect was shot and wounded after allegedly carrying out knife attack
Hamas claims responsibility for the killing of an Israeli policeman amid fears of a third intifada
Street protests marred a wedding between a Muslim and a Jew in Israel this week, but interfaith marriage is on the rise
Wife and child of Hamas leader Mohammed Deif hit by Israeli airstrikes after truce breaks down
Glasgow is the latest council to fly the Palestinian flag, causing outrage from some in its Jewish community
The Jews should have been offered a homeland in Franconia, with Jerusalem a place of pilgrimage
Author complains Gaza conflict is making her fat a week after paper described genocide as 'permissible'
Israel's Iron Dome intercepts Hamas rockets, but reports suggest that it may have been hacked by China