22 February – Egypt and Israel signed a General Armistice Agreement at Auja al-Hafir, a town on the border between the two nations. The Agreement defined the boundaries of the Gaza Strip as a neutral zone between the Muslim and Jewish countries, which had fought a war less than two years earlier.
24 February – Representatives of Israel and Jordan initialed a five-year peace treaty that provided for joint control of Jerusalem and commerce between the two nations, but the pact was not approved by either side.
6 March – Iran extended diplomatic recognition to Israel.
26 March – The remains of the Hannah Szenes, a Jewish paratrooper who had fought in the British Army during World War II and was captured, tortured and executed in Hungary, are brought to Israel and buried in the cemetery on Mount Herzl, Jerusalem.
4 April – The United Nations Trusteeship Council formally approved the Statute for the City of Jerusalem, declaring that Jerusalem should be considered international territory and a demilitarized zone.
27 April – The United Kingdom formally recognized Israel, with de jure recognition following the de facto recognition that had been made since 29 January 1949.
The most prominent events related to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict which occurred during 1950 include:
14 March – Israel's Knesset passed the "Absentees' Property Law", which provided for the confiscation of the property owned by any of the 725,000 Arab-Palestinian residents who had fled from Israel and were "not physically within the state's borders".
17 March - An Israeli shepherd is killed and his flock stolen by Palestinian fedayeen.
28 March - Bodies of three children from 'Abasan found in Israel. They had been murdered by members of the IDF on 16 March.
31 March - Three Israeli soldiers and two Israeli civilians killed in a Negev ambush.
31 May - 120 prisoners from a detention centre near Rehovot expelled into the Jordanian desert at 'Arava.
^ abSharon, Gilad: Sharon: The Life of a Leader (2011)
^Morris, Benny (1993) Israel's Border Wars, 1949 - 1956. Arab Infiltration, Israeli Retaliation, and the Countdown to the Suez War. Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-827850-0. Page 168. According to Morris the event is recorded in Ben Gurion's diary. The girls had been raped. The soldiers came from Battalion 22.