Today 651 Palestinians who have not been given due process are in Israeli jails. One of them, Bilal Kayed, received a detention order last month just moments after finishing a long prison term.
On his third day of testifying in court, Sgt. Lior Azaria, charged with manslaughter, insists yet again he feared the wounded Palestinian man lying on the ground had a hidden explosive.
‘You can’t suddenly cross out all merchants,’ says one factory owner from the enclave.
'The claim that there was no serious discussion about the tunnels in the diplomatic-security cabinet is far from the truth,'Netanyahu says at a meeting with military reporters.
Haredim want to live well, too, insists Yisrael Porush, mayor of the ultra-Orthodox town of Elad. He’s overcoming a land shortage by forging ties with the Arab town next door.
Manpower chief makes known new policy aimed at ending ‘schnorrer’ culture, a practice of soldiers soliciting donations for their units.
The two measures adopted Monday to alleviate the housing shortage and rein in soaring prices, allow municipalities to double local rates on homes unoccupied most of the year.
Members of the predominantly Kurdish U.S.-backed Syria Democratic Forces have been on the offensive in Manbij since late May, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes. SDF said the offer is meant to protect civilians.
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Diet heavy on animal fat by father spurred cancer genesis and growth, vegetable fat slowed tumor growth, in rats.
A comparison between the repertoire of the 2016-17 season and that of 1966 shows how out-of-date the orchestra is becoming, although there are some who disagree.
Get ready for your jaw to drop at the variety, abundance and especially the high standard of food - a wild celebration of quality ingredients and inspiring creativity.