Despite prime minister's claim of victory, more than half of Israelis believe neither side won conflict, poll shows.
Netanyahu taps into two contradictory currents in the Israeli psyche: The Holocaust trauma of helplessness, and belief in force as the only solution. But, after Gaza, are Israelis growing less receptive?
If neither Israel nor Hamas gets what it wants out of next month’s negotiations, will the fighting resume? Military analyst Amos Harel explains.
Kids’ hero in the tunnels of Hamas
Children’s games during and following a war reflect both their innermost fears and the pervasive social climate of the time.