Video circulates of Obama urging Clinton on board Air Force One for the flight back to the U.S.
Ben Gurion Airport
Why Trump's Call for Israeli-style Racial Profiling Is a Terrible Idea, According to an Israeli Expert
Blanket profiling of any racial group is counterproductive and a waste of resources, says former security head at Ben-Gurion International Airport.
Arrivals / Departures: Reuven Goldberg worked at a center for torture survivors in Berlin when he was assigned the case of one the late Palestinian leader's bodyguards: 'It was a very exceptional encounter'; Julien Scholl, a French circus artist, explores conflict through performance.
Arrivals / Departures: A Tel Avivi family returning from a European vacation notes that 'Sweden doesn't have Israel's problems, but it has others'; an 11-year-old Israeli says that the best part of visiting Universal Studios was torturing mom.
The suspects, freed on Wednesday morning, say they drove into the airport by mistake and fled because they were nervous about having their car searched.
For a 'creative community' that works with Palestinian kids, a trip to Greece reaffirms the power of optimism; Brazilian Protestants walk in the footsteps of Jesus.
Flight LY2653, which had taken off for Kiev with 182 passengers on board, was forced to return to Ben-Gurion Airport after blowing a tire during takeoff.
The increasing incidents of Muslims and Arabs – or even those who vaguely resemble them – being kicked off planes or reported to authorities for absurd reasons are signs of race- and religion-based paranoia gone global.
Arrivals / Departures: Two researches go to Eilat's reef to learn from the fishes; four Israeli hikers talk about trekking Mont Blanc.
Giant snails, straw brooms, pine trees and dates – lots of dates – are just some of the items confiscated at Ben-Gurion International Airport. Haaretz spends a day on the beet, sorry, beat with the 'plant police.'