Palestinians continued rioting in the Hebron area following the deaths of two Palestinian teens killed by Israeli troops and during the funeral of a Palestinian prisoner who died of cancer.
A Palestinian man was killed by Israeli troops during a spate of violent activity near Hebron.
Israeli troops killed a Palestinian on Tuesday during a confrontation with a stone-throwing crowd in a flashpoint district of the occupied West Bank, both sides said.
Israeli security forces arrested at least eight Palestinians in riots in southern Jerusalem and in the West Bank.
Palestinian protesters reportedly fired flares and hurled stones at Israeli troops in the Old City in Jerusalem amid violent protests in the West Bank.
Snow and hail began falling in the Jerusalem area and continued to fall in the north of the country.
Palestinians and Israeli soldiers clashed in the city of Hebron a day after a Palestinian teen who threatened an Israeli Border Police officer was shot and killed.
A Palestinian teen who threatened Israeli troops near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron was shot and killed.
For a second time this month, Israeli media have shown videos of Israeli soldiers fleeing a Palestinian mob.
Three residents of Jewish West Bank settlements were arrested on suspicion of carrying out a "price tag" attack near Hebron.
Israel’s defense minister, Ehud Barak, has reportedly ordered authorities to allow the Jewish owners of a building in Hebron to move into it.
Palestinian cars were torched and vandalized in a price tag attack near Ramallah in the West Bank.
The sister of Shalhevet Pass, who was shot to death more than a decade ago by a Palestinian gunman, was injured by rock-throwing Palestinians in the same Hebron park where her sister was killed.
An Israeli border guard was stabbed by a Palestinian assailant near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
A Palestinian man and an Israeli teen were injured in clashes in Hebron.
Jewish settlers were evicted from a home near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron without incident.
Jewish settlers remained in a home near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, despite the passing of a deadline for them to prove their ownership or vacate the building.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu requested a delay in the eviction of Jewish settlers who moved into an Arab-owned home near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
Jewish settlers who moved into an Arab home near the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron have 24 hours to leave, the Israeli army said.
Several dozen Jewish settlers moved into a home near the Cave of the Patriarchs that they say they purchased.
The leader of Germany's main opposition party acknowledged that he may have gone too far when he wrote on Facebook that Israel is running an "apartheid regime" in Hebron.
Hundreds of Israeli teachers have sent a letter to Israel's education minister opposing school trips to Hebron. The trips are part of an Education Ministry program to take students on "heritage tours" in the West Bank city.
Jewish Israelis who gathered in Hebron for a special Shabbat reportedly threw stones at the home of a Palestinian prisoner released in exchange for Gilad Shalit.
Israel's Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar announced a plan to bring Israeli students to visit the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron. The plan, which was announced Tuesday, reportedly isn't going over well with many school administrators or students.
Members of a Palestinian terror cell were indicted for the murder of an American tourist in a forest near Jerusalem. Four Palestinians from villages near Hebron were indicted Wednesday in Jerusalem District Court for the murder of Christine Logan, 40, also identified by some media outlets as Christine Luken, and for the attempted murder of her hiking partner Susan Kaye Wilson. The two women were attacked Dec. 18, 2010, while hiking at Khirbet Hanut, an archaeological site near Beit Shemesh. Wilson pretended to be dead and survived the ordeal and provided descriptions of the attackers. The suspects reportedly have confessed to the attack.
The word is that UNESCO is on an anti-Semitic tear, trying to “de-Judaize” and “Islamicize” two of the most holy Jewish sites in this country – the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron and Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah praised Hamas on Friday for the West Bank shooting attacks which left four Israelis dead and two injured on two consecutive days, saying "this is the way to free Jerusalem and Palestine."
Stonethrowers lightly wounded an Israeli girl traveling in the West Bank, the third such attack since the relaunch of peace talks this week.
Three unarmed Israeli soldiers who accidentally entered the Arab-controlled area of Hebron were attacked and wounded.
The soldiers, stationed near Hebron, lost their way Thursday during a physical training exercise.
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This is Judaism's second holiest site, being that Jacob is the Jewish forefather and as his 12 sons became the 12 tribes of Israel.
The violent settler response to the evacuation of the building, dubbed the House of Contention by Israeli media and called the Peace House by settlers, was symptomatic of a relatively new phenomenon: growing numbers of radical settlers who feel alienated from the state, don't accept its authority and are ready to use violence to prevent it from taking action against settler interests.
The violent eviction Thursday ended one standoff between Jewish settlers and the Israeli government but spurred another
Shlomo Wollins begins his narration well before we reach Hebron, a city on the very fault line of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His tour, by car and by foot, on this late January day is an entry into a worldview of The Chosen and The Other, in which Jews, God's Good Guys, are the victims of Arabs, but it's also a world in which Jews are victors over Arabs.
There are few locations in the Middle East that excite fiercer debate than the Jewish community of Hebron.
A 10-month-old Jewish girl has become the latest victim of the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.