Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to cancel a trip to SA is likely to remind many of the difficult relationship between Tel Aviv and Pretoria.
The development of hundreds of settler homes in the West Bank has been approved by a committee of the Israel military, says a settlement watchdog.
Jewish leaders dismiss Israeli politician's warning that anti-Israel atmosphere will lead to pogroms.
Following a claim by the minister of international relations that ministers won't visit Israel, Collins Chabane has addressed SA's Jewish community.
South African ministers do not visit Israel, says International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.
The Gaza Strip's Hamas Prime Minister, Ismail Haniya, on Saturday denied reports that his group has been involved in fighting outside of Palestine.
A hardline speech has fuelled suspicions that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to agree to withdrawal from the West Bank.
How can we sort out the conceptual mess that afflicts the debates around the comparison between Israel and apartheid South Africa?
As Iran's new president reaches out to the West with a message of moderation, Israel's hawkish approach looks likely to come under pressure.
The US, UK and France want UN-sanctioned use of force should Syria fail to allow destruction of its chemical weapons, but Russia disagrees.
Benjamin Pogrund responds to readers who have had a lot to say about his column, Israel is not apartheid SA.
A small, economically powerful Jewish minority has a perfect right to try its hand at some arm-twisting.
Israel: Opposing lobby groups vie for public and government support as anti-Zionist protests reveal anti-Semitism.
The controversial "Shoot the boer" struggle song has taken on a new form, "Shoot the Jew", which even pro-Palestinian activists have condemned.
Any military action against Syria will have consequences beyond the region and leave Israel in flames, says Iran's army chief of staff.
The row at Wits over an alleged racial and ethnic profiling tactic by Zionist organisations to control access to a jazz concert has intensified.
The row at Wits over an alleged racial and ethnic profiling tactic by Zionist organisations to control access to the a jazz concert has intensified.
Israel is bolstering its defence systems ahead of a possible US attack on Syria that could spill across the Jewish state's northern border.