Israeli blogger Ben Tzion has provoked outrage in the Arab world by posing for a picture in Medina's holy Mosque of the Prophet Muhammed.
Jerusalem's largest cemetery, Har HaMenuchot, is running out of space, but a new underground system of tunnels is being built beneath the mountain to provide 22,000 more graves.
The alternative energy source could help to curb fossil fuel use, as well as providing a method to safely dispose of poultry excrement.
Pledge follows US moves to close the PLO mission in Washington. Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner has been working on bringing Israel and Palestine to the negotiating table.
IDF chief says Israel would be willing to share intelligence with Riyadh in order to rein in Iran, the arch-rival of both Saudi Arabia and Israel.
King Salman of Saudi Arabia is set to step down next week and announce his son Prince Mohammed bin Salman as successor, the Daily Mail has reported.
Patel is the second member of the cabinet to exit in the past week following the departure of Sir Michael Fallon.
Secretary of State Priti Patel has apologised for violating ministerial code by holding official meetings while on holiday without informing the UK Foreign Office.
The Turkish hacking group named Akincila previously targeted a number of Dutch websites, and posted pro-Turkish and anti-European messages.
Heads turned as an actor dressed as Queen Elizabeth II unveiled a Banksy plaque in Palestine to apologise for the 1917 Balfour Declaration.
Haaretz published a story saying there was no evidence of many events in the Bible.
Event took place more than 3,000 years ago and might help to explain a cryptic passage in the Bible.
The Labour leader has refused to attend an official dinner with the the prime minister of the Jewish state.
The award will be handed to Helmy's great-nephew at the German foreign ministry by Israel's ambassador to Germany.
Ziad Doueiri was ordered to appear before a Lebanese military court last month because his previous film was shot in Israel.
The State Department said the US would withdraw from UNESCO on 31 December 2018 and seek to establish an observer mission instead.
The settlement is thought to have changed hands numerous times in its history.
Nearly a third of Palestinian attacks on Israel are not motivated by any ideology.
Attacker opened fire as he reached the rear entrance of the Har Adar settlement.
Study by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research shows over a quarter of people still hold anti-Semitic views.