Hadash identifies as a non-Zionist party and supports the establishment of a Palestinian state in all of the West Bank and Gaza.
More than a week later he posted to the same account: “We can’t vote away what our fathers tried to, we must spill blood.”
A detention hearing is scheduled for Tuesday in the US District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland, before US Magistrate Judge Thomas M. DiGirolamo.
From Shaul Elovitch to Arnon Mozes – two names caught up in the prime minister's corruption affairs – the kingmaker of Israeli politics has taught a lesson about schmoozing media barons
Labor-Gesher MK Omer Bar-Lev said that it is time to set aside ego and consider the option that seems to him the only way to avoid a third election.;
Students will spend two years on the Israeli campus, followed by two years in New York and gain two Bachelor's degrees, one from each institution.;
Shelah has previously been outspoken on Netanyahu's political conduct.;
Both leaders are attacking law enforcement to push back against their legal woes, but the comparison ignores important distinctions between them and between the Israeli and American legal systems
Proposal could deal another blow to the increasingly fraught Israeli-Australian relations five years after Malka Leifer's extradition was first requested
The resolution, which passed 226-188, emphasizes need for two-state solution, opposition of steps to hinder peace 'including unilateral annexation of territory'
Iran's foreign minister accuses the United States, Germany, France and the United Kingdom of not condemning 'the only nuclear arsenal in West Asia.' Israel earlier said it tested a rocket propulsion system
Poll reveals little change in terms of the distribution of seats between the parties.;
Images shared on social media on Friday morning showed projectile streaking through Israel’s skies.;
Friday and Saturday's attacks came days after Iraq's prime minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, said he would resign.;
Denying media reports, senior State Department official dismissed talk of U.S.-brokered normalization as 'just another Israeli leak'
Israel believes Nasrallah is deterred since the 2006 war, but thinks Hezbollah and Iran are seeking to challenge it with a limited conflict
The journalists with the daily 'Good Morning Jerusalem' program were held for four hours at a police station in Jerusalem and later released, said Mohammad Barghouti, Palestine TV's general manager for news
Saudis released a group of Yemeni prisoners belonging to the Iran-aligned Houthi group, a step that may help end a war that has killed tens of thousands and pushed millions to the brink of famine
In addition to over 400 people killed in two months of unrest, protesters have blocked off key roads and paralyzed business as the national debt climbs
'The Cave', which tells the story of Amani Ballour, will be released in Britain on Friday;
Four opinion polls published on Saturday put the lead of Johnson's Conservative Party over the main opposition Labour Party at between eight and 15 points, 5 days before the Dec. 12 national election;
Dressed in black, Merkel said the crimes committed at the site in southern Poland where the Nazis ran their largest death camp would always be part of German history.;
The ambassador said, "This will not be a meeting to build bridges of peace between Israel and the Palestinians, but a meeting to preserve intransigence and hostility.";
More than 5,500 scientists have signed an open letter saying that Europe is facing a severe threat to its freshwater biodiversity;
Both passengers and drivers have been the victims of sexual and physical assault, the report reveals.;
“The future belongs to the bold who are implementing game-changing technologies,” said Minoru Murata, executive vice president, regional CEO and CTO of Toyota Tsusho.
No evidence found to support the narrative that the Justinianic plague killed up to half the population in the sixth century, ushering in the Dark Ages
Debris layer discovered at Montfort Castle in the northern Galilee is first evidence of Sultan Baybars' Muslim campaign in 1266, archaeologists say