If the International Court of Justice orders Israel to halt its military activity in Gaza, the state would lose its right to self-defence, it argues
South Africa opens genocide case against Israel at the International Court of Justice
The US president could pay dearly at the polls, as the global economy counts the costs of fracturing
An immediate ceasefire and the use of a UN rapid-deployment force to protect civilians are among Naledi Pandor’s proposed actions
A wider Middle East war would hit an already fragile and fragmented economy.
Instead of remaining silent, Israel’s long-time friend must fight for the rights and freedoms that are inalienable on its own soi
Inclusion of racist and homophobic extremists goes against the state’s Declaration of Independence’s vision of equality and justice
The former Israeli PM has been charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trust in three separate indictments
Suntosh Pillay speaks to fellow psychologist Anton Botha, who is also a former UN staff member, about Israel and Palestine and whether or not the United Nations is abdicating its duties to maintain peace
The government’s spokesperson has posted tweets and videos that have nothing to do with the current conflict with Palestinians
Cyril Ramaphosa may have signalled a hardening of tone but, like his predecessors, he is unlikely to break the mould on the Palestine-Israel two-state solution
Palestinians in the occupied East Jerusalem neighbourhood face court-sanctioned eviction in what rights groups say is a continuation of Israel’s decades-long plan to ‘ethnically cleanse’ the city.
Ugandan and Israeli activists have called for the licence permitting arms sales to be revoked, but expect next week’s hearing to be held in camera
Israel is refusing to provide the vaccine to the millions of Palestinians it is forcefully ruling over.
The United States is negotiating with African countries that will see them exchange Palestinian people’s rights for improved economic and trade conditions
Once Tel Aviv’s sworn enemy, Khartoum is apparently ready to end hostilities, but Sudanese refugees fear they may be deported
The state of politics and geopolitics has been exacerbated, rather than stabilised, by the coronavirus crisis
Monday’s election left the veteran right-winger in prime position to form a government and end a year of political deadlock, after similar votes in April and September proved inconclusive
Solomon Teka’s death has been a deeply personal tragedy for his family, but for the wider Ethiopian-Israeli community, he has become a symbol as well
Israel also lifted restrictions on civilian movements in communities around the Gaza border on Monday morning
The two countries have similar experiences in injustices and systemic oppression
Netanyahu sought to portray himself as Israel’s essential statesman in the run-up to the vote and highlighted his bond with US President Donald Trump
Security, corruption and the economy have been dominating the campaigns before Tuesday’s vote
Ahead of Tuesday’s vote, opinion polls are giving Netanyahu’s Likud and Gantz’s Blue and White a similar number of seats in the 120-seat parliament
As Israel approaches an April 9 general election, Netanyahu is again resorting to right-wing populism
Israel’s Channel 12 television reported last week that Benny Gantz’s telephone had been hacked by Iranian intelligence
Trump depicted himself as dealmaker as he discussed prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid said in statements they would form a joint list for the April 9 election
The two main challengers to Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu in the upcoming polls announced an electoral alliance on Thursday in a bid to defeat him
The initial pullout promise sparked outspoken opposition from within Trump’s Republican party
A prime minister is not legally required to resign if charged — only after convicted with appeals exhausted
Netanyahu also stressed that he would press Bolsonaro on an announcement that Brazil would follow the US in moving its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem