The Palestinian Football Association requests aid of international organizations after six players were barred from entering Israel on Wednesday.
Group prepared for operation for seven months, setting up training area modeled after the border-zone where the attack took place, the Hezbollah-affiliated Al-Mayadeen reports.
Three friends driving through A-Ram at night came under fire from Border Policemen, who killed one of them and wounded another. The policemen felt threatened, the authorities claim.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry holds meeting with Palestinian President Abbas, says White House will continue to work towards a two-state solution until Obama leaves office.
The land giveaway is the latest sign that Hamas is struggling financially after almost a decade of uncontested power in the coastal strip.
Ultra-Orthodox Jews and Arabs are known to be the two poorest sectors in Israeli society. A tour of Nazareth for 20 Haredim highlights many similarities between the two communities. Just don't mention the baklava.
A recent Israeli government announcement that secret efforts to gain restitition for Mizrahi Jews are close to bearing fruit has raised hope, though others remain skeptical: ‘You can’t ask a beggar to return your money.’
The Syrian group's rebranding could allow it to take part in the negotiations over the country's future, while opening a stream of Qatari and Saudi funds. Now, even the U.S. may see it as a partner.
Clal Insurance warns of second-quarter loss that could reach NIS 320 million; Tel Aviv shares mark their fourth day of declines.
Imagine a prosthesis that never chafes, made of programmable material.
Fred Rothstein documented the New York experience during the 1920s and 1930s, along with the city’s construction boom during the Great Depression. His granddaughter, Navah Joy Uzan, breaks down his photos in her video work and integrates them with her own contemporary photos from Israeli construction sites.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.