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.
The illegal trade in permits cost 20,000 workers $140 million last year, each paying up to around $700 each. The profits go to brokers and employers
Putin calls PM to wish him 'Happy Birthday,' discusses Syria day before meeting Erdogan in Sochi
On Sunday the world renowned conductor led his orchestra for a last concert before taking his final bow.
Rivlin to give mandate to Gantz
The youth claim they have videos they took of the incident and that when a gas station worker attempted to break the fight the soldiers turned on him as well.
Last-minute $260 million legal settlement averts first federal trial over companies' role in opioid addiction epidemic
Israeli officials have called on Moscow to ease Naama Issachar's seven-and-a-half-year jail sentence
Leading Democratic candidate says 'everything is on the table' if Israel moves in the opposite direction of a two-state solution
Before the attack, three drones were seen flying from the direction of areas under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces militia.
While Iranian judoka Saeid Mollaei is still seeking asylum in Germany, his testimony against his country was the trigger to the International Judo Federation's decision to ban the country.
On first visit to the Middle Eastern country since taking office, Esper attempts to push back against growing Russian influence in the region, according to a senior official
Now all they want is to reach neighboring Iraq.
In 2018, 440 women were murdered by men in Turkey. Murderers often get away with reduced sentences
Lebanese PM Hariri says salaries of top officials, including legislators and members of parliament, will be cut in half as part of an economic reform package
Hundreds of thousands of people have flooded the streets since Thursday, furious at a political class they accuse of pushing the economy to the point of collapse.
Accounts "typically posted about local political news and geopolitics including topics like public figures in the U.S., politics in the U.S. and Israel, support of Palestine and conflict in Yemen."
Last week, Mohammed filed a lawsuit that accused Hilton Worldwide Holdings and Hampton's owners of evicting her from the property because of her ethnicity and perceived religion.
"You did it, my friends. Congratulations," Trudeau told supporters in Montreal early on Tuesday, speaking as his main opponents were giving concession speeches.
According to Trump, these troops will remain in a different area than the one in which the fighting is taking place
Under the agreement, Teva would donate Suboxone tablets up to the amount needed to meet the majority of the currently estimated US patient need over the next 10 years, valued at approximately $23b.
"[The low-wage group] works overtime as a result of economic constraints," Endeweld wrote.
Israel is in a much better position than most countries around the world.
‘We intend to use this funding round to continue our growth, to build our sales force and perhaps open more offices in the US and Europe.’
"For the past five years, there have been solutions promised to the community by many, yet no one has delivered," said Armstrong Williams.
In the second quarter, VC-backed deals notched a record $1.81 billion in 73 deals, accounting for 78% of the total amount raised in the quarter.
Skin is a fact-based American drama about Bryon Widner, a skinhead who underwent dozens of operations to remove tattoos from all over his body after he left the white supremacist movement.
In 'Ziara,' featuring local and international artists brought together by their shared roots, curator Amit Hai Cohen aims to harness the force of the 'global social network' of Moroccan-ness to show the modern face of this North African culture
Director Steven Soderbergh tries to make the 2016 Mossack Fonseca scandal fun in ‘The Laundromat,’ with decidedly mixed results
En Esur, with its monumental temple and huge population, was vastly bigger than anything thought possible in the Southern Levant 5,000 years ago
Understanding our short-comings is just step one to self-improvement.