Israel has avoided large-scale evacuation of Palestinians in Area C, partly because of the involvement of European and American diplomats.
While officials hope the closure will boost Be'er Sheva's other market, locals are split on the issue, with some fearing the loss of an important piece of Bedouin identity in the city.
Two weeks after Yakub Abu al-Kiyan ran over police officer in Umm al-Hiran, Shin Bet hasn’t linked him to ISIS.
Recalling the hasty departure from our beloved, liberal Argentina, I think of Yakub Abu al-Kiyan leaving in his vehicle, perhaps to avoid seeing his home destroyed again.
Forensic examination of Ayman Odeh states that head injury could have been caused by sponge-tipped bullet.
The government’s years of neglect – more like criminal negligence – must be followed by greater investment, less force and the creation of a better education system for the community.
Gilad Erdan says 'we have to investigate not just what happened, but also who fanned the flames and incited everything that happened at Umm al-Hiran,' where a police officer and Israeli Arab resident were killed.
The life of the Palestinian is cheap in our eyes, because our eyes are coveting his land. For his land’s real-estate value to rise in our hands, his life must be made miserable, and then his death too.
Yakub Musa al-Kiyan, the driver of the truck that police claim deliberately ran over and killed policeman Erez Levy, is laid to rest.
The demolition of a Bedouin village in Israel's south must remind us American Jews of our responsibility as watchdogs over a right-wing Israeli government energized by the new U.S. administration.