With little resistance from a friendly White House, Israel has launched a new settlement push in the West Bank since Trump took office.
This is the question worth asking on the 25th anniversary of the accords, which essentially drove policy in the U.S., Israel, the occupied Palestinian territories and European capitals for a quarter of a century.
A series of incidents at border crossings highlights a growing gulf between the country’s hard-line government and liberal Jewish Americans.
An incident involving writer Peter Beinart, who was stopped at the airport in Jerusalem, is the third in three weeks.
Four high school friends head to California this week to pitch their mobile app about fire prevention to tech leaders. More than 19,000 teenage girls participated in the worldwide contest.
Zohar Regev Chamberlain says the injustice she witnessed as a child in Israel moved her to defend Palestinian human rights.
While Vladimir Putin’s behavior has been objectionable, there is something profoundly hypocritical about the American elite pretending the U.S. doesn’t embrace people like the Russian leader all the time.
Because the protests in Gaza are unarmed and popular in nature, men are supporting women's involvement, raising hopes among activists of a path to greater gender equality.
A U.N. General Assembly resolution that condemns recent violence in Gaza is adopted, while the Indian Student Federation boycotts Hewlett Packard for its alleged involvement in the oppression of Palestinians.
Ahead of an emergency U.N. General Assembly meeting on a resolution condemning Israel’s “excessive use of force," Human Rights Watch assesses the recent violence against Palestinians.