Gaza doctors: Israeli fire at border protests causing wounds not seen since 2014 war

Some 1,700 wounded within month ■ Doctors say wounds ‘devastating,’ most will result in disabilities ■ WHO: Lack of medical equipment endangering wounded

MK set to ask High Court to quash ban on his Jewish Voice for Peace-funded lecture tour

MK Yousef Jabareen slated to petition against Ethics Committee decision keeping him from U.S. talks paid for by organization that supports BDS movement

Killing of Gaza protesters undermines Israel’s claims of self-defense

Tensions in north, West Bank and Gaza likely to continue until mid-May – when they converge ■ In the meantime, Iran continues to threaten Israel

After international criticism, Israeli army investigating death of 15-year-old Gazan

Mohammed Ayoub’s death, which was captured on video, led EU to demand a full investigation while UN Mideast envoy blasted Israel to ‘stop killing children’

Portman’s V for Vendetta against Netanyahu touches raw nerve for Israel

The Russian funders of the Genesis Prize she spurned are allegedly implicated in the probe of Trump’s ties to Putin

EU calls for a ‘full investigation’ over Palestinian deaths in fourth Friday of Gaza protests

Rebutting criticism of Israel over the shooting of a 15-year-old Palestinian teenager, Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said all responsibility rests with Hamas

Amid backlash, Natalie Portman says she can protest Netanyahu policies without boycotting Israel

‘The mistreatment of those suffering from today’s atrocities is simply not in line with my Jewish values. Because I care about Israel, I must stand up against violence, corruption, inequality and abuse of power.’

‘It’s not BDS, it’s Netanyahu’: Portman explains why she nixed prize ceremony in Israel

‘The mistreatment of those suffering from today’s atrocities is simply not in line with my Jewish values. Because I care about Israel, I must stand up against violence, corruption, inequality and abuse of power’

PTSD plagues Israel’s undercover special ops fighters

All the 15 Duvdevan members who have fallen in the line of duty have been killed in training accidents or by friendly fire. Now veterans of the unit are finally getting help to cope

Under Trump, U.S. human rights report no longer calls West Bank ‘occupied’

The report seems to demonstrate the Trump administration’s approach towards Israel and the Palestinians, seeking input on human rights violation accusations mainly from the Israeli government

Palestinian property damaged in suspected anti-Arab hate crimes for fourth time this week

Abusive graffiti found painted, tires slashed and olive trees destroyed in West Bank villages

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards threaten Israel: ‘Finger’s on the trigger, missiles ready for launch’

Brig. Gen. Hossein Salami says ‘Israel is surrounded and you have nowhere to escape to except to fall into the sea’

Natalie Portman to keep $2m Genesis Prize despite boycotting Israel ceremony, source says

Source says Genesis Prize Foundation believes actress will donate money as planned ■ Israeli culture minister blasts Portman, says she’s been manipulated by anti-Israel activists

The Swiss woman spreading the gospel of ‘intelligent, feminist, life-changing’ porn

This week at the Tel Aviv airport: The organizer of the Porny Days festival talks about her effort to ‘inject broader meaning into porn’

Giving the Jews of Port Said a name that will endure forever

At its peak during the 1920s, the Jewish community in this Suez Canal city numbered almost 1,000 people. Efforts are being made to preserve their legacy before it’s too late

England beats Israel in lacrosse game

Israel fell to England 8-7 in the final game of the five-part series between the European powers Sunday at Shapira Field in Netanya

Rank & File: 70-year-old man celebrates birthday with Israel

Spring is in the air, which means that the annual Jacob’s Ladder Festival is right around the corner and

How Netanyahu hijacked Israel’s Independence day ceremony

The Independence Day torch-lighting ceremony was a blatant, thuggish, shameful act of high-level fraud on live prime-time television

Genesis Prize cancels ceremony after 2018 winner Natalie Portman said she won’t visit Israel

Portman said ‘recent events in Israel’ have been ‘extremely distressing,’ making it uncomfortable for her to participate in any public events in Israel

Under pressure and embarrassed, Milchan refused requests for luxury gifts from Netanyahu and his wife

Milchan told police he initially did not see the gifts to Netanyahu and his wife as tantamount to bribes, but as requests gradually increased he felt they had gone too far

Author David Grossman awarded prestigious Israel Prize on 70th Independence Day

Speaking at the ceremony, Minister Naftali Bennett says ‘not only the right loves the land of Israel and not only the left seeks peace. Both aspire for the best of the state’

Over 20,000 march in northern Israel to mark ‘catastrophe’ of Israeli independence

The ‘Procession of Return’ commemorates the Nakba and calls to attention the rights of Arabs uprooted from their villages during the 1948 Israeli-Arab war

IN PHOTOS: Air force flyover marks Israel’s 70th Yom Ha’atzmaut

F-35 warplanes cross paths with transport planes, helicopter gunships, foreign air force jet fighters, police choppers and modern civilian aircraft

Israel arrests two settlers over posters accusing colonel of ‘shooting Jews’

Youths were apparently motivated by the recent evacuation of an unauthorized outpost during which residents threw stones at troops led by Col. Gilad Amit

The fate of Palestinian journalists who risk attending protests

Not only do Palestinian journalists who document demonstrations get shot by the Israeli military, now they are also denied proper medical care. The case of photojournalist Ahmed Abu Hassin is the latest example

Police arrest Israeli-Arab who sparked fireworks during Memorial Day ceremony

According to the police, the man set off the flames to ‘sow discord’ between the large Arab and Jewish communities of the southern city of Lod

David Blatt: ‘I feel that I did not realize my potential in the NBA’

American-Israeli basketball coach David Blatt weighs in on his hopes to return to the NBA and his experience coaching a Turkish team and… avoids questions on his relationship with Lebron James

Israel Police set to expunge records of 300,000 Israelis in Independence Day initiative

The measure is meant to give suspects of minor crimes ‘a fresh start,’ said Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich on the surprise decision

Drones light up Jerusalem’s night sky in special Independence Day festivities

Semiconductor giant Intel brings advanced technology to Israel in a beautiful display at the country’s 70th anniversary

Donald Trump wishes Israel a happy Independence Day in Tweet

‘We have no better friends anywhere,’ Trump tweets, and alludes to the upcoming embassy move to Jerusalem