‘Organizational differences’ cited as reason for his departure from organization after 21 years.
Israel has promised not to extend Bilal Kayed's administrative detention beyond the six month term he was given in June, Haaretz learns.
Attorney Gilad Paz says that when two key ministers launched anti-BDS efforts, ‘I started to feel the ground burning under my feet.’
Deputy State Department spokesperson Mark Toner says the U.S. opposes any expansion of settlement activity and considers this step to erode peace efforts.
A lawyer for the family of Abdul-Malak Saleh Abu Kharoub says he hopes the Israelis will release four more bodies.
The under-visited Negev offers some eye-opening alternatives, whether learning about traditional Bedouin crafts from local women, preparing ethnic dishes with immigrants, or overnight stays with kibbutz families.
Israeli research institute says effort to forbid claims that Poles collaborated during Holocaust ‘makes Poland part of the anti-liberal movement picking up speed worldwide.’
Russia seemingly caught off guard by swift Turkish military action despite mutual promises to begin closer cooperation in fight against ISIS.
Average July occupancy at 68% is just 3 percentage points below 2013 levels.
Beak makeover at Ramat Gan Safari Park saves giant bird starving to death after it suffered a blow to the mouth.
The king in Jonathan Yalon’s book is a bit Gadhafi, a bit Erdogan, a bit Central Asian tyrant. In other words, he’s not all bad.
These bars take pride in the unconventional, like exceptional food served alongside vast ranges of beer.