The fighting in Gaza casts doubt over recent understandings brokered by Egypt and U.N. officials to reduce tensions.
Lara Alqasem, 22, was held for a week and finally barred from the country, despite arriving at Ben-Gurion Airport with a valid visa.
More than 100 are reported wounded by Israeli gunfire as thousands of Gazans gather along the border fence.
President Mahmoud Abbas has given himself virtual veto power over any American initiative in the Gaza Strip.
During a conference with reporters, the president says that finding peace is "more difficult because it's a real estate deal."
The Trump security adviser is threatening to punish the International Criminal Court if it mounts an investigation of the war in Afghanistan, and that's just the start.
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 new report reveals political operatives with ties to the Israeli government smeared a Palestinian-American activist in a series of ads.
In a speech to the Federalist Society, national security adviser John Bolton reveals the Trump administration's plans to help Israel—further alienating the Palestinians and much of the international community.