Nidal Watad is a Palestinian journalist.
Israel is reportedly planning to deploy 70 reserve battalions on unplanned operational activity in the West Bank in 2016.
Israel's PM has reportedly admitted that pledges relayed to US Secretary of State John Kerry on Al-Aqsa status were aimed at preventing relations with Jordan from deteriorating.
The Israeli agriculture minister has revealed that he had the prior consent of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu for his incursions into al-Aqsa Mosque, promising more.
Israel rejected a proposal to return Al-Aqsa mosque to Jordanian administration, according to Israeli website Walla.
Analysis: Israeli politicians from both the left and the right have railed against Palestinian members of the Knesset for supporting Jerusalem's al-Aqsa Mosque in the face of repeated Israeli assaults.
Israeli paper Haaretz has reported that UK has successfully used Israeli Tamuz missiles in Iraq and Afghanistan in the past, ordered more, and has other significant military cooperations with Israel.
Israel's security cabinet was set to vote Thursday on harsher laws against Palestinians, including the introduction of mandatory minimum sentences for stone-throwing.
Israel plans to expand the use of snipers against protesters throwing stones at Israeli vehicles in Palestinian Bedouin areas, Haaretz said on Monday.
Israeli police have started firing live bullets at protesters throwing stones and Molotov cocktails in defence of the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem.
The Israeli government has been sending messages to Jordan, directly and via the US government, in a bid to calm tensions at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound.