Arab states continue warm embrace of officially backed Israeli athletes. Read more about Israeli flag raised in Morocco
Netanyahu reportedly met with Morocco’s foreign minister despite no formal diplomatic relations. Read more about How Saudi Arabia supported Israel’s 2006 war on Lebanon
How Israel promised the UAE not to conduct assassinations on its soil. Read more about Gulf states' warm, secret embrace of Israel exposed
Athletes, conferences and a mooted railroad project see Israel and Arab Gulf relations deepen. Read more about Did Saudi Arabia use Israeli technology to spy on Khashoggi?
Human rights defenders say database of firms must be published despite political pressure. Read more about UN holds back names of Israel settlement profiteers
Genocidal ideology lies behind push to take over Jerusalem’s Muslim holy sites. Read more about These are the Israeli leaders who want to destroy al-Aqsa
Despite Israel’s bluster, it remains closely allied with the Palestinian Authority, on which it relies to maintain control of millions of Palestinians. Read more about Why are US lawmakers more enraged over Hamas-Abbas deal than AIPAC?
The director of an influential right-wing Israeli organization that monitors Palestinian media has been undermined by an Israeli court which recently ruled he is not an expert. Read more about Palestinian Media Watch's "biased" director no expert, rules Israeli court
Daniel Seaman’s LinkedIn page says he now works in the Prime Minister’s Office. Read more about Could Israeli propaganda chief be promoted despite insulting Japan?
Caught in media spotlight over role in Israeli program that pays students to spread propaganda online, Israel’s social media chief Daniel Seaman has been suspended over his own crude Facebook posts. Read more about Head of Israel’s “covert” social media program suspended over anti-Japanese Facebook posts