When will the senator acknowledge Saudi Arabia's abuses in the poorest country in the Arab world and act?
Ahed Tamimi is to go on trial for punching two Israeli soldiers during a protest in which her cousin was wounded.
The vice president’s statement to Israel's parliament draws denunciations from Arab lawmakers in the hall, who are forcibly removed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Turkish President Tayipp Erdogan accused one another of grave human rights offenses recently. Who has the better case?
After more than two decades, Palestinians are increasingly questioning their leaders’ policy of reaching statehood through negotiations with Israel.
The group clears the way for a deal after a 10-year rift that has left the Palestinians divided between two governments.
The optimism some initially felt after Donald Trump's election is giving way to impatience.
In this new book, the award-winning Truthdig columnist discusses taboo topics in America—including his experience as a radical war correspondent at The New York Times—with fellow journalist David Talbot.
Col. Ann Wright, a former U.S. diplomat, was one of 13 women on board a yacht seized by Israeli military forces for breaching the blockade.