How Israel violates international law through the planned destruction of Palestinian assailants’ homes.
The Israeli far-right is enthusiastically borrowing from the American far-right in its crusade against LGBTQ identities.
The incoming government has prompted a new crop of teens to question their upcoming role in one of Israel society’s central tenets.
Turkey and Israel are setting aside political differences to collaborate on a major wave power project on the Black Sea.
The result appears to dash the long-serving leader's hopes for a decisive victory as his trial on corruption charges nears.
From religion to sports, countries are taking radical and increasingly visible measures to curb the coronavirus.
After the Israeli prime minister's Likud Party falls shy of a governing majority, one PLO official laments the "triumph of apartheid."
Several candidates have declined to attend the group's annual conference, a decision that is long overdue, argues journalist Alex Kane.
A leading question about Israel on the CBS debate stage gets two very different responses from the two Jewish Democratic candidates.
For more than a century Zionists and, later, Israelis have pursued a project to seize and ethnically cleanse Palestinian land.
The prime minister is slated to appear in a Jerusalem court as a defendant just two weeks after the March 2 vote.
The opposition leader's ties to ultra-nationalist party chief Lieberman appear to strengthen ahead of the March 2 vote.
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