The option for bringing peace and justice to the region is gaining traction, but you might not know it from mainstream news coverage.
Bloody Monday may well be seen as the day Palestinians regained their national pride and their will to stand up and fight for their independence.
Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt says the posts appear to be fueled by far-right extremists as well as the "divisive state of our national discourse.”
The neoconservative crusade to capture the mind of the United States did not end with the Cold War but instead entered a new and more dangerous phase.
"[Israeli leaders] were not sure in the late 1940s if the state of Israel would be allied with the United States or with the Soviet Union," explains journalist Dr. Shir Hever.
New measures would essentially "cleanse" the city of its Palestinian residents; L.A. may soon need to retool for the driverless era; and other discoveries.
An in-depth discussion with renowned Palestinian scholar and professor Joseph Massad.
Fissures within pro-Israel organizations could someday result in a peace between Israel and Palestine, according to international relations expert Stephen Walt.
Can Donald Trump bring peace to the Middle East? Author Yoav Litvin and Tom Dine, former head of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, examine the possibility.
Just as the president established diplomatic relations with Cuba, so he could do for the Palestinian Authority. It would be one step toward resolving the decades-old problem of Palestinian statelessness.