After several houses in Halamish went up in flames two weeks ago, the Israeli army closed off Deir Nizam and turned one home into a military outpost. And then the problem really flared.
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Quantities of water flowing in the Yarmouk River and reaching Jordan have increased as refugees flee Syrian fighting.
With Abbas in his eighties and Barghouti in jail, many see Jibril Rajoub as next PA president. In conversation with Haaretz, he discusses plans for Palestinian unity and popular struggle against occupation.
The Palestinian newspaper Al-Quds drew criticism recently when it interviewed Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman. Its senior editor, Amjad Omari, explains why Arabs will never recognize a Jewish state and the importance of an independent Palestinian press.
A new report issued by B’Tselem describes the many ways in which Palestinian land is already being expropriated by Israel without recourse to legislation. A visit to Salem shows how shepherds are being cut off from their pastures.
The delegation will meet with State Department officials ahead of the Paris peace conference and the submission of a new resolution to the UN Security Council.
In my film, I tried to give a platform to the camp residents who had no voice. I didn’t know I would spend the next 14 years defending myself in court, my family from death threats and my reputation from an ongoing media and political lynching.
Show a teenager a photo of someone suffering, and they'll immediately feel their pain. But what happens when an Israeli Jew learns it's an Arab suffering, and vice versa? A new study sought to find out.
Five vehicles the Palestinian Authority has been trying to import for four years brought in from Jordan in the dead of night. Senior Israeli official cites deteriorating security situation in Palestinian areas.
35 wounded in Egypt after assailant lobs bomb into a chapel close to the outer wall of St Mark's Cathedral, seat of Egypt's Orthodox Christian church and home to the office of its spiritual leader, Pope Tawadros II.
'The arrows point at the PKK,' Turkey's deputy prime minister says. 'There will be an announcement once the investigations are over. We cannot say anything definite for now.'
Russia's Defense Ministry said its jets had launched 64 strikes and killed more than 300 militants during the operation, backing up the Syrian army.
At least 166 others were wounded after car bomb and suicide bomber target police officers ■ At least ten arrested ■ State imposes media ban.
Government soldiers were fleeing the city, activist says. Militants had nearly encircled the city and entered its northern and northwestern neighborhoods. Syrian army says it sent reinforcement.
President-elect's pledge to work with Russia to defeat ISIS, while keeping Assad in place, will backfire, western diplomats say. Allying with Assad would 'would drastically increase' terrorist threat to West, diplomat from U.S. ally says.
A 2008 document, leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, says the British were concerned about Israel's stance on Iran. GCHQ also spied on Israeli diplomats, and defense firms.
Some 50,000 Syrians said fleeing the embattled city, as U.S. and Russian military experts and diplomats are meeting in Geneva to work out details of the rebels' retreat.
After Assad routs the rebels, the U.S. will be left with no ally in Syria in fight against Islamic State. Considering Trump's desire to steer clear of Mideast conflict, we may see U.S. and Russia dividing the fight between them.
Archival material revealed by Haaretz shows how close Israel came to annexing territory it captured in the 1956 Sinai Campaign. Fearing world reaction, Ben-Gurion changed his mind at the last moment and ordered a pullout.