Israel announces 'gestures' for RamadanLiberman approves relaxation of restrictions on the movement of Palestinian Arabs during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Real clear thoughts on BDS “free speech” to misguided governments.Anti-Semitic remarks have to be protected under Dutch and Swedish law, it seems.
Government to upgrade Judea-Samaria checkpointsIsraeli government to spend $78 million on upgrading checkpoints between the PA-assigned areas of Judea and Samaria and Israel.
Senior IDF official: ISIS members trained in GazaMaj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai tells Saudi website that ISIS members entered Gaza from Egypt to undergo military training.
Hamas denies cement theft, threatens 'explosion'Deputy Economy Ministry director in Gaza denies stealing cement for tunnels, but threatens attacks if shipments are not resumed.
Israel stops giving Gaza cement over Hamas theftsCOGAT finds that Hamas minister diverts private humanitarian cement transfers to built more tunnels. Public sector will still get cement.
Israel loosens shipping limits on GazaIsrael decides to let Gazan boats sail up to 9 nautical miles off coast, despite concerns of weapons smuggling.
IDF official: no negotiations on a Gaza seaportThe Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories stresses that a Gaza seaport isn't on the agenda in talks with Turkey.
COGAT: Hamas building 'tunnels of death'IDF's Yoav Mordechai evades question when asked by PA news agency if Israel is responsible for collapse of Hamas's tunnels.
Erekat: IDF general is 'acting president'PLO Secretary-General claims Netanyahu is controlling the Palestinians through the Civil Administration and COGAT.
Israelis claim they were tortured by PA policeIsraeli Arab brothers who were arrested by the PA for growing marijuana in Ramallah claim they were tortured in custody by PA police.
Arutz Sheva exposé stops illegal Arab buildingRoad from Nabi Samuel renovated over Shabbat without Civil Administration approval - and with EU money.
'No logic in giving PA further control'Furious ministers demand answers after reports surface of plans to transfer land from Area C in Judea-Samaria to Palestinian Authority.
Israel to revoke permits from Hevron ArabsFollowing Tel Aviv attack by terrorist who had a work permit, Israel will revoke similar permits from other Hevron area Arabs.
Israel grants 3G mobile access to PalestiniansFollowing security assessment, COGAT signs 'memorandum of understanding' with Palestinian Authority to provide 3G service.
Ya'alon: Distinguish Between Terror and CiviliansDefense Minister says Israel must fight terrorism but also continue to assist Palestinians in their economy and welfare.
Report: Israel to Sponsor Two New Cities in the PACOGAT, PA deny rumors that two sides met to discuss infrastructure earlier this month. Could the cities be a security risk?
Israel to Allow Imports of Ironware from GazaIsrael will allow Gaza to export ironware, furniture and textiles to Israel in a bid to improve the Gazan economy.
Haniyeh's Sisters Banned from Son's WeddingAs part of policy placing pressure on Hamas to free captive Israelis, IDF denies entry to Gaza for relatives of Hamas leader.
Israel to Reduce Number of Arabs who Enter GazaIn the interest of their safety, Israel will reduce the number of Israeli Arabs who are allowed to enter Gaza.
Israel Cancels Travel Permits Between PA, GazaPalestinian Arabs barred from traveling to the Hamas stronghold after the group claims responsibility for shooting attack.
Israel Lets 14,000 Tons Building Material to GazaDespite Hamas using building material to rebuild terror attack tunnels, Israel lets through single largest shipment since last war.
PA Cars Let over 'Green Line' in First Since 2000Security risk? Israel lets Arab medical staff with PA plates drive in from Judea-Samaria, has PA police guard entrances to Jerusalem.
Israel Lets 1,000 Tons of Cement Into GazaLargest load of building materials since Hamas's war let in under Qatar funding, despite evidence materials used to rebuild terror tunnels.
EU 5 Praise Israel in GazaFive leading European Union countries praise Israel’s Gaza rebuilding efforts, criticize the PA. Hamas: 'We're Ready for War'.
Israel Lifts Ban on Dual-Use Cement to GazaDays after 5-year truce talks including ease of imports leaked, Portland cement allowed in to Gaza - despite terror tunnel rebuilding.
Israel to Double Water Supply to GazaCOGAT says it hopes Hamas will not steal water from citizens as it steals construction materials to build terror tunnels.
How Many Arabs, Jews Live in Judea-Samaria?Gap of over one million people in census data from Judea-Samaria population counts; experts accuse PA of falsifying, omitting information.
Israel Confirms Gazans Allowed on Temple MountAs part of a series of gestures over the upcoming Eid al Adha holiday, 500 Gazans will be allowed to travel to Temple Mount.
Judea-Samaria Pop. Growth Double National AverageTwo percent growth in first half of 2014 occured despite unprecedented freeze in building by Israeli government.
4,000 Dunams in Judea and Samaria to be State LandGovernment announces process that will enable development of Israel's biblical heartland; meanwhile previous promises still unfulfilled.
Israel, PA Compromise Over 'Palestine' PapersGazans to be allowed into Israel for medical treatment if "State of Palestine" is blurred from their entry papers.
Gazans Refused Entry for 'State of Palestine' DocsDefense Ministry confirms patients were turned away for incorrectly-marked papers, but says urgent cases allowed through.
'Besieged' Gaza Gets Diesel Through IsraelGaza, whose Hamas leaders claim is under an “Israeli siege”, receives PA-bought diesel through a border crossing with Israel.
EU 'Concerned' About Israeli Cold ShoulderEuropean Union expresses concern over Israeli directive to suspend contact with Europe on matters related to Judea, Samaria and Gaza.
Yaalon: Don't Cooperate with EUDefense Minister Moshe Yaalon orders that any EU request relating to Judea, Samaria and Gaza be turned down because of its latest ban.
BDS Fail: Gaza Farmers in Israeli SeminarSixty farmers learn cultivation methods, credit Israel with doubling their watermelon crop yields.
Israel Allows Turkish Food Trucks into GazaA spokesman for COGAT announced that Israel had approved the transfer of three trucks of food supplied by the Turkish government into Gaza.
Gaza Supply Lockout with Hamas Border ClosureMore than 70 flatbed trucks of foodstuffs and other goods are sitting at the Kerem Shalom border crossing, locked out by Hamas.
Israel Agrees to Let Turkey Ship Materials to GazaIsrael allows Turkey to ship materials and experts to Gaza despite Ankara's attempts to undermine the Jewish State in NATO.
Hamas Tries to Limit Israeli Imports into GazaHamas bans certain types of Israeli goods into Gaza. Israel nevertheless continues supplying goods.
Hamas Prevents Arabs from Medical TreatmentHamas punishes Gaza's citizens for its row with Fatah by refusing to allow them to receive medical treatment in Israel.
Israeli Camp for Sick Arab Kids – Not NewsCivil Administration's summer camp for Palestinian Authority children with cancer fails to interest media.
Qatari Fuel Flowing into Gaza through Kerem ShalomIsrael allows in 10-15 tank trucks per day to relieve shortage cause by Hamas' political maneuvers.
Civil Administration Helping PA Take Over Area CPA continues its attempts to take over Area C, under full Israeli control, and is being assisted by the Civil Administration.
Gaza Economy Keeps ImprovingIsrael enables entry of four large converters to Gaza, to be used to improve Gaza power plant.
Hamas Says Gaza Fuel Crisis Within 72 HoursOfficials in Gaza say the enclave with go dark in 72 hours and blame Israel - even as the IDF keeps goods flowing to them.
Israel Eases Restrictions for Holiday SeasonIsrael began to ease security restrictions Monday in its annual holiday tradition of expanding visitor permits across its PA border.
Dealers Suffer from Car Glut in GazaIt's a small region -- and car dealers in Gaza are complaining that the market is becoming glutted.
In 3rd Quarter 2011, Gaza Exports Jump 30%In the third quarter of 2011, Gaza's exports have increased 30 percent over the same period a year earlier, despite a worldwide crisis.
Gaza Begins Agricultural Export to EuropeBusiness as usual in Gaza as it begins exporting agricultural products to Europe, with Israel's assistance.
New Regulations Allow Solar Revolution in YeshaSoon residents of Judea and Samaria will be able to produce - and sell - electricity provided by the sun.
Gaza PA Farmers Learn Export from IsraelWhile rockets are fired by Gaza terrorists, PA farmers in the region are being taught by Israel how to export something better.
Israel Transfers $13.5 Million to GazaDespite rocket attacks, Israel still transfers money into the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
Israel Aids Gaza Despite AttacksTerrorists have shot rockets at the land crossings into Gaza, but Israel continues to transfer goods into the Strip on a daily basis.
Israel Allows Aid to Enter GazaIsrael allows Turkish-made medical supplies to enter Gaza, amidst continued reports of a "siege" on the flourishing Strip.
Medical Supplies Go to GazaCrisis in Gaza? Despite Hamas' rule in the Strip, Israel allows for medical equipment and medical staff to enter the region.