Though subject to extreme and bleak conditions, Palestinians find ways to work into their daily lives rituals and practices that offer some sense of normalcy and humanity.
An incident involving writer Peter Beinart, who was stopped at the airport in Jerusalem, is the third in three weeks.
As the victims' family fights for justice, new findings challenge the Israel Defense Forces' compliance with international humanitarian law.
The rally marks further fallout from the explosive nation-state law that critics say marginalizes Israel's non-Jewish citizens. According to Israeli media, both Jews and Arabs attended the protest.
Such deals have allowed militants to survive to fight another day—and risk strengthening the most dangerous branch of the terror network, one that carried out the 9/11 attacks.
There are a few reasons why the president's recent saber-rattling in Iran's direction may be about issues other than U.S.-Iran relations, strictly defined.
How a nearly unknown businessman named Khaled al-Ahmad became Damascus’ secret liaison to the West and is quietly bringing Syria’s grinding war to a close.
The president doesn’t realize he’s playing a losing hand with Iran, which has already called his bluff on targeting its oil sales.
Syria's military claims the jet was targeted by Israel over Syrian territory as it flew sorties against Islamic State militants. Meanwhile, Syrian forces reach the border fence at the edge of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
The Iranian president says a U.S.-Iran armed conflict would be "the mother of all wars." The U.S. leader replies by threatening Iran with "consequences the like of which few throughout history have ever suffered before."