In first comments, Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi from Israel’s left-wing Meretz party offers a mix of steadfastness and compromise
At first they were seen as a fringe right-wing organization that was liable to take the law into its hands. Today they are so strong that the state may put the law into their hands. Who are Israel's 'new guardians' and what do they want?
Why are so many seemingly intelligent pundits, activists and academics, from the right and the left, so insistent on foisting U.S. frameworks of political thinking on Israel? Ignorance and opportunism are only part of the answer
In harsh public letter, Jordan's King Abdullah II says he approved measures to detain Prince Hamzah in his palace and restrict his communications and movements
Protesters charge police 'caved to extremists,' after the Israeli town's first ever Pride Parade was nixed due to threats against organizer's mother
Israel's defense minister meets with U.S. counterpart, Lloyd Austin, stressing the importance of strengthening U.S.-led coalition in the Mideast
Elise Bernhardt is on a mission: for visiting artists to fall in love with Jerusalem they way she did – warts and all
Elise Bernhardt is on a mission: for visiting artists to fall in love with Jerusalem the way she did – warts and all