A Jerusalem court on Tuesday handed a life sentence to Yosef Haim Ben David, the main attacker in the burning death of Mohammed Abu Khdeir, 16.
Israel says it has killed two suspects in the kidnappings of three teens that sparked a massive manhunt and eventually the summer war in Gaza.
A senior Hamas leader has said the group carried out the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teens in the West Bank in June.
Israeli troops demolished the homes of two Palestinians it suspects of the abduction and killing of an American and two other teens, the army said.
Security services last month arrested a Palestinian who they accuse of playing a key role in the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens.
Tariq Abu Khdeir, 15, was arrested after the murder of his cousin, 16-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir, in a revenge attack ahead of the conflict in Gaza.
"I’m happy he didn’t die. I’m glad," said Huda Abu Khdier.
“No mother or father should go through what we are going now,” said Rachel Fraenkel, whose son was among three teens murdered in the West Bank.
"Justice is when they destroy their houses just like they destroyed the houses of the suspects in Hebron."
Khdeir's parents say he was brutally beaten by Israeli police and suffered a broken nose, chin and injuries to his eyes.
The Israeli airstrikes targeted what it said were militant sites including rocket launchers and a weapons manufacturing site, following at least 29 other rockets and mortars fired from the Gaza Strip at Israel.
Tariq Abu Khdeir, the American cousin of the Palestinian boy who was burned to death, was detained after clashing with police Thursday.
The 16-year-old Palestinian boy, whose death has sparked riots in Arab communities across Israel, was burned to death, according to an autopsy.
Masked Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli police in the Shuafat neighborhood in Israeli-annexed Arab East Jerusalem, on Thursday.
A military spokesman said the troop movements were "defensive," adding that "there is no interest in escalating the situation."
Israel's military said it carried out "precision" airstrikes against 15 Hamas targets in response to the bombardment.
East Jerusalem resident Hussein Abu Khader criticized police for responding too slowly to his report that his son Mohammed had been kidnapped.
Israeli forces fire rubber bullets and hurl stun grenades at protesters and journalists, including NBC correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin amid clashes.
Clashes break out with Israeli soldiers after death of teenager.
The burned body of young Arab was found early Wednesday amid fear of reprisals following the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens.
Thousands of mourners converged Tuesday in an outpouring of national grief at the burial of the three abducted Israeli teenagers found dead this week.
As three yeshiva students are buried amid tears, Palestinians complain about a punishing crackdown.
The father of one of three slain Jewish teens paid tribute to his slain son's bravery amid a nationwide outpouring of grief.
Tensions between Israel and the Palestinians neared breaking point Tuesday after the bodies of an American and two other teens were found.
Israel said it launched a series of airstrikes against the Gaza Strip early Tuesday, hitting 34 targets and injuring four Palestinians.
Israeli-born American citizen Naftali Fraenkel, 16, and his schoolmates Eyal Yifrach, 16, and Gilad Shaar, 19, vanished on June 12.
The two suspects who have spent time in Israeli detention are from the Palestinian city of Hebron, where much of the search has been focused.
Israeli troops killed a Palestinian teenager in the occupied West Bank on Friday as they searched for a kidnapped American and two other teens.
Three Palestinians suffer bullet wounds overnight in Jenin, a city in the West Bank that saw serious fighting during an uprising ten years ago.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemns the teens' abductions for first time.
"As long as our boys remain abducted Hamas will feel pursued, paralyzed and threatened,” Israeli military spokesman says.
“Execute a terrorist every hour until the Jewish kidnapping victims are released,” reads description on Facebook page.
A social media campaign to find three missing teenage boys has become mired in Israeli-Palestinian politics.
Israeli police reveal that they received a call from one of the teens the night they are thought to have been taken -- but thought it was a prank.
The nation’s military stepped up efforts to find the trio, believed to have been kidnapped by terrorists.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said tree teens who vanished Thursday were taken by Palestinian terrorists who "want to kidnap and kill us."
"As long as we don't know differently our assumption is that they are alive."
Israeli soldiers scoured the countryside around Hebron amid reports the trio may have been kidnapped by Palestinian militants.