Three Gazans, Israeli suspects allegedly planned to hurl grenades at people dancing in wedding hall, set off concealed explosives and use weapons hidden in trash cans.
Even if 100,000 Gazans receive exit permits, the Strip would remain a huge prison.
Wave of travel permit cancellations 'implementation of Defense Minister Lieberman’s policy,' says Palestinian official. COGAT and Shin Bet deny any change in policy.
Army investigation determines that preparation for dealing with subterranean threat during Operation Protective Edge was 'flawed, and caused confusion in real time.'
Palestinians and Israelis may be politically separate, but their environmental interdependence is inescapable. The supply and treatment of water is one issue that can be leveraged for a limited form of cooperation - in both sides’ self-interest.
A month-long biennale taking place at various locations in Ramallah and across the Middle East aims to bring art closer to the public and put Palestine on the world art map.
Gaza is busy with the first death penalty imposed on a woman. Over in the West Bank, the people increasingly believe the PA is a permanent institution despite all the predictions otherwise.
America's seeming apathy in light of Russia's war crimes in Syria, undertaken in support of the Assad regime, sparks questions in Israel and elsewhere about Washington’s true commitment to defending its allies and friends in a crisis.
The 13 women, including a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, were detained on Wednesday after their boat was prevented from reaching the Gaza Strip.
Defense Minister says Israel is not looking to escalate tensions with Hamas in the Gaza Strip, but is determined to defend its citizens.