No sitting U.S. president has ever visited the Kotel before. The fact Trump broke with convention has nothing to do with fulfilling the Israel lobby's wildest dreams
If students show up for school, they are sent home, says a member of the parents council
Fatima Hajiji, 16, who was shot at least 10 times in East Jerusalem while brandishing a knife, wanted to be a martyr. Witnesses say she wasn't endangering anyone
Dr. Samir Masri was forced to embark on a Kafkaesque journey through the Interior Ministry's bureaucracy after his son was born prematurely during a trip to the U.S.
You should move there first. That’s what I would tell the hypocrites and preachers in Israel’s government who choose to live in Ra'anana, Tel Aviv or Caesaria
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
Official statistics show that Jerusalem has a 63 percent Jewish population, but a water study shows that it's likely closer to 59 percent
This column is being written in protest against the high threshold that routine Israeli violence must reach for something to be written about it
Death of 57-year-old Mohammed Skaji is a 'crime,' Jordanian minister says, while failing to mention the stabbing itself; Netanyahu's bureau calls the statement 'outrageous'
28 cars vandalized; acts could be revenge for administrative restraining orders issued against West Bank settlers in recent weeks