Intention is that foreign fighters 'do not survive the fight' to return home, says U.S. defense secretary
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Thought the battle over 1967 was lost? And for Israel's democratic character? Wrong. Here are are a sample of the protests, court cases and acts of nonviolent defiance since the start of this anniversary year.
'Data testifies to ongoing injustice,' Israeli-Arab lawmaker says after Israel denies status to Palestinians as part of family unification
A months-long strike ended this week when the Civil Administration agreed to reexamine procedures concerning access to farmland beyond the West Bank separation barrier. Have the reasons for the strike really disappeared? Time will tell
Analysis Israel Averts One Crisis With End of Palestinian Prisoners' Hunger Strike. Now Gaza Looms Large
Strike leader Marwan Barghouti can chalk up achievement of putting prisoners' plight back in Palestinian public consciousness
Iran's newly reelected president tells Qatari ruler Muslim world should take steps 'toward peace and brotherhood'
In his speech to Arab world, Trump seemed to understand that anti-Islamic rhetoric he cultivated cannot continue, but from Israel to ISIS, more questions than answers remain
Building work on King Hussein’s summer residence on Tel el-Ful came to an abrupt end in June 1967. The land still belongs to the Jordanian royal family, even if some joke they have forgotten about the structure’s existence
Referendum victory last month allowed Erdogan to both serve as president and lead political party