Worldwide revulsion over images emerging from the city of Mosul will not put an end to the atrocities being committed by Iraqi soldiers liberating the city
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Everyone in the city realizes there’s a separation between the neglected Arab east and the richer Jewish west. A Haaretz correspondent took a bike ride to seek out that contentious strip of Israel’s old border
For Netanyahu, the clock is ticking towards payday for Trump's hasbara-heavy Israel trip. Can he afford the price tag dangling from Trump's promise to be Israel's 'best friend'?
The Western Wall Tunnels symbolized the chronic chaos of Netanyahu’s first government. Today he’s returning there for a cabinet meeting – more confident than ever
Analysis Israel Just Got a Rare Offer to Defuse Temple Mount Tensions. It Will Most Likely Reject It
Jerusalem Islamic authority's offer to renew coordination could benefit all sides, but experts say Israel, which currently has the upper hand, is unlikely to take it
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