The demonstration passed off without incident, a police spokeswoman said
The two girls pulled knives and stabbed the guard in an arm and his legs, lightly wounding him before they were apprehended
Netanyahu cannot escape the fact that if his false depiction of the Arab community in Israel was correct he must bear at least some responsibility
The Christian school strike affects 33,000 pupils, 40 percent of whom are Muslim
Ayman Odeh, who was elected in last week’s Israeli polls and heads the Arab parliamentary bloc, set off on a 100-kilometer walk
Uniting forces for the elections should not mean the Arab minority in Israel must lose its vibrant pluralism
A 30-member delegation of Israeli mayors spent a week in Washington, DC and New York this past week
Seven Arab Israelis, aged between 22 and 40, were all arrested in November and December
Citing security concerns, a mayor of a southern Israeli city barred Israeli Arab construction workers from jobs in local preschools
Rock-throwing protests erupted in several Arab communities in Israel since police killed an Arab who attacked their vehicle on Saturday
The dawn killing in Kfar Kana in northern Israel comes against a backdrop of soaring Israeli-Palestinian tensions in east Jerusalem
Arabs who remained in Israel after its creation in 1948, and their descendants, make up 20 percent of the population
A source said it was not clear why the civilian entered Lebanon
Israel's government gained support for new legislation that would leave the country more fragmented and less pluralistic
Thirty six homes in the Jordan valley were demolished by Israel, leaving 66 people displaced, including 36 children
Jordan describes the surveillance cameras as a ‘flagrant military violation of freedom of worshippers’
Shooting on Sunday marks first time in more than three years that an Israeli soldier had been killed along Lebanon’s border
The U.S. Secretary of State is embarking on his 20th overseas trip since he took office in January
Remarks by French President come after Palestinian negotiating team resigned in protest over Israel’s settlement building
Palestinians struggle to tell the world their simple, straightforward and truthful story
Saudi King Abdullah has received a telephone call from Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss the latest regional and international issues, the ...
This article was co-authored by Dr. Dana Allin and Dr. Steven Simon In The Italians, a book of Cold War vintage, Luigi Barzini offered a comparison: ...
Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyadh al-Maliki said on Sunday that Israel intends to build 5,000 settler homes in West Bank and East Jerusalem during ...
Israel agreed Sunday to release 26 long-serving Palestinian prisoners as part of a U.S.-brokered deal that led to the resumption of Mideast peace ...
Palestinians in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip said they received phone calls on Friday from the Israeli army accusing the Islamist movement of failing to ...
Suspected Jewish extremists have vandalized Palestinian property in the West Bank in an apparent revenge attack for the killing of an Israeli soldier ...
Egypt’s new ruler, General Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, may not realize that the bond between Egypt, Palestine and especially Gaza is beyond historic, ...
The Israelis felt defeated by the Egyptian victory of Oct. 6, 1973. It wasn’t just a defeat in battle but defeat in the face of the biggest ...
The Palestinian economy is losing out on a potential $3.4 billion a year due to Israeli restrictions on the West Bank, the World Bank said in a report ...
The idea of a one-state Solution (in all of the old Mandated Palestine) as a more viable and progressive answer to the two- state solution has been ...
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