The former defense minister sent the press scrambling for clues after saying vaguely that Netanyahu left Israel with 'an extremely troubling vulnerability to a key security challenge.' A hint as to what that might have been can be found in Dennis Ross' last book.
- U.S.: Some progress in Geneva talks on Aleppo ceasefire (Reuters)
- UN calls for better access to Palestinian refugee camp in Syria after 4 die while fleeing (Reuters)
- Police declare London City Airport safe, no evidence of chemical incident found (Reuters)
- London City Airport evacuated amid 'chemical incident' (AP)
- Philippines' Duterte: Alliance with China and Russia can be military and economic (Reuters)
- Turkey and Iraq reach agreement on Mosul 'in principle,' U.S. defense secretary says (Reuters)
- British teen arrested on suspicion of preparing terrorist act in London (Reuters)
- Russian defense minister: Aleppo humanitarian pause extended until Oct. 22 evening (Reuters)
- UN Human Rights Council votes to hold independent inquiry into Aleppo events (Reuters)
- Turkey: Activities in Syria aimed at destroying terrorists, securing border (Reuters)
- Merkel threatens sanctions against Russia over Aleppo bombing (Reuters)
- ISIS takes 550 families to be human shields in Mosul, UN says (Reuters)
- Italy's prime minister: UNESCO's Jerusalem resolution 'shocking' (Haaretz)
- Aleppo airstrikes by Syrian government, allies constitute war crime, UN rights chief says (Reuters)
- Palestinian forces raid Nablus refugee camp (Haaretz)
There is no record of the Canaanites ousting their Egyptian overlords, but 3,100-year-old remains of fiery destruction suggest they did just that.
Americans for Peace Now responds: With the 50th anniversary of the occupation upon us, the hope for a two-state solution is dying. If there was ever a time to speak the truth about the settlements, it’s now.
The international community is demanding that Israel evacuate the illegal Amona outpost without tricks and without shticks, but the settlers won't go quietly
The 18 months Michal Waxman spent in the kitchen of the Safdi clan – one of whose members is the chef of Nazareth's famed Diana Restaurant – yielded 'Baladi,' cookbook of Arab cuisine.
Truce will be observed until Saturday to allow for evacuations; Britain accuses Russia and Syria of using time to 'further stranglehold' over city.
A computer simulated insect developed at Ben-Gurion University deviated from the straight and narrow and that led to a technology breakthrough.
'He has denigrated people by race, by nationality, by their gender and by their most intimate, personal challenges,' the message reads.