Palestine is applying to be a full member of the United Nations, a move that could finally slow Israel's politicide against it.
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.
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.
About 30,000 people, mainly Palestinian-Israelis but also Jewish supporters, rally in the downtown area against the so-called “Jewish nationality law” passed by the far-right Likud Party and its allies.
Israel has for decades been running the occupied territories of Palestine–Gaza and the West Bank–with apartheid tactics, but now the Knesset is essentially declaring Palestinians to be second-class citizens.
The Trump administration is demanding that the U.N. agency responsible for the programs undertake a "fundamental re-examination."
After more than two decades, Palestinians are increasingly questioning their leaders’ policy of reaching statehood through negotiations with Israel.
Author Pamela Pennock pushes back against politically fueled stereotypes and makes a case for reframing Arab Americans’ present-day struggles.
As Official Washington fumes over Russiagate, Israel’s more significant political-influence-and-propaganda campaigns are ignored .
Israel's army announced Tuesday that an Israeli military court had sentenced Khalida Jarrar, a Palestinian Parliament member who has frequently spoken out against Israel, to 15 months in prison.