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Israel Court Rejects Appeal for Elor Azaria, Soldier Who Shot Wounded Assailant

Israel Court Rejects Appeal for Elor Azaria, Soldier Who Shot Wounded Assailant

Elor Azaria, center, a former Israeli soldier who was sentenced to 18 months in prison for killing a wounded Palestinian assailant, in court on Sunday in Tel Aviv before the ruling on his appeal.
As Netanyahu Investigators Close In, Some Ask: How Long Can He Hold On?

As Netanyahu Investigators Close In, Some Ask: How Long Can He Hold On?

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel on Sunday during a cabinet meeting at his office in Jerusalem. He has been projecting an image of business as usual, despite the investigations.
As Investigations Intensify, Israel Imagines Life After Netanyahu

As Investigations Intensify, Israel Imagines Life After Netanyahu

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arriving at a cabinet meeting last month. Mr. Netanyahu has dominated the Israeli political scene for years.
Netanyahu Accuses ‘the Left’ and the Media of Trying to Oust Him

Netanyahu Accuses ‘the Left’ and the Media of Trying to Oust Him

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel during his Likud Party conference in Tel Aviv on Wednesday.
Charlottesville Violence and Trump’s Reaction Draw Criticism Abroad

Charlottesville Violence and Trump’s Reaction Draw Criticism Abroad

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain criticized President Trump’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va., while she toured a new aircraft carrier on Wednesday.
As Trump Offers Neo-Nazis Muted Criticism, Netanyahu Is Largely Silent

As Trump Offers Neo-Nazis Muted Criticism, Netanyahu Is Largely Silent

White nationalists and counterprotesters in Charlottesville, Va., last weekend.
Iran Building Weapons Factories in Lebanon and Syria, Israel Says

Iran Building Weapons Factories in Lebanon and Syria, Israel Says

A picture from an Israeli satellite and annotated by an Israeli satellite company showing what analysts said was a construction site for an Iranian long-range missile production facility in
New Arrests in Israel’s Submarine Scandal, and New Questions on Netanyahu

New Arrests in Israel’s Submarine Scandal, and New Questions on Netanyahu

An Israeli naval officer holding the mooring line of a German-made submarine during a ceremony upon its arrival at a naval base in Haifa in 2014.
Sara Netanyahu, Wife of Israeli Prime Minister, to Face Fraud Charges

Sara Netanyahu, Wife of Israeli Prime Minister, to Face Fraud Charges

Israel’s attorney general said he would bring fraud charges against Sara Netanyahu, left, adding pressure on her husband, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, over multiple corruption inquiries.
Israel’s Military Exemption for Ultra-Orthodox Is Ruled Unconstitutional

Israel’s Military Exemption for Ultra-Orthodox Is Ruled Unconstitutional

Ultra-Orthodox Jews praying at the Western Wall in the Old City area of Jerusalem in June.
News Analysis: Trump at U.N. Talks Up, but Does Not Press, Mideast Peace

News Analysis: Trump at U.N. Talks Up, but Does Not Press, Mideast Peace

President Trump, right, meets with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel at the Palace Hotel in New York, on Monday.
With Combative Style and Epithets, Trump Takes America First to the U.N.

With Combative Style and Epithets, Trump Takes America First to the U.N.

North Korea’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Ja Song Nam, left his seat prior to the arrival President Trump.
Israel Endorsed Kurdish Independence. Saladin Would Have Been Proud.

Israel Endorsed Kurdish Independence. Saladin Would Have Been Proud.

An odd sight: Israeli flags often appear at Kurdish rallies, like this one in Erbil. But Jews and Kurds have a long history of mutual support.
Israel Moves Ahead on West Bank Settlements, but Guardedly

Israel Moves Ahead on West Bank Settlements, but Guardedly

Maale Adumim, a settlement east of Jerusalem, in February.
Jews of the Diaspora Bring Their Cause to the Israeli Public

Jews of the Diaspora Bring Their Cause to the Israeli Public

Worshipers taking part in a blessing during the Jewish festival of Sukkot at the Western Wall in Jerusalem’s Old City this month.
Jerusalem Memo: Is the End of Israeli Democracy Nigh? Israelis Debate Its Future

Jerusalem Memo: Is the End of Israeli Democracy Nigh? Israelis Debate Its Future

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, responding to a stinging critique last week by President Reuven Rivlin, sitting next to him, at the opening of the winter session of Parliament in Jerusalem.
Jerusalem Memo: Is the End of Israeli Democracy Nigh? Israelis Debate Its Future

Jerusalem Memo: Is the End of Israeli Democracy Nigh? Israelis Debate Its Future

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, responding to a stinging critique last week by President Reuven Rivlin, sitting next to him, at the opening of the winter session of Parliament in Jerusalem.
Balfour Declaration of Support for Jewish Homeland Still Divisive at 100

Balfour Declaration of Support for Jewish Homeland Still Divisive at 100

Palestinians marched on Thursday in the West Bank city of Ramallah to protest the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration.
Trusted Netanyahu Adviser Caught Up in Corruption Inquiry

Trusted Netanyahu Adviser Caught Up in Corruption Inquiry

Yitzhak Molho, a longtime adviser to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, has been questioned by the police about the multibillion-dollar purchase of new submarines from a German shipbuilding
Sabbath Railway Work in Israel Shakes Netanyahu’s Coalition

Sabbath Railway Work in Israel Shakes Netanyahu’s Coalition

Yaakov Litzman, Israel’s health minister, after handing in his resignation on Sunday in protest over railway maintenance work done on the Sabbath.