A play at International Fringe Festival in New York re-imagines how Shalit, the Israeli POW whose fate sent the nation into a frenzy, tries to stay sane while held in Gaza.
Palestinians say Israel agreed to stop 'humiliating' searches in return for conclusion of two-day hunger strike by 260 Hamas prisoners.
The government must remember that you don’t leave a soldier behind, and you don’t leave their family behind, either.
Col. (res.) Lior Lotan says adoption of rules by security cabinet would make it harder to get Israelis released from Gaza.
It is not wise or fair to pressure PM Netanyahu to toughen his policy on Gaza in the name of securing the release of two IDF soldiers' missing bodies.
Zvi Hauser tells Channel 10 that the agreement that freed Palestinian prisoners in exchange for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit 'served as a cold bucket of water' on the social justice protests of the prior summer.
Iyad wanted to immigrate to the United States, where his wife and children live, but was turned back at the border. When he tried to enter Israel furtively in order to provide for his family, he was shot, wounded and, he says, additionally beaten by Border Policemen.
Why did the organization kill one of its own military officers in February? That’s something both Gazans and the organization’s political wing would like to know.
The incident Monday in which two Israeli soldiers got lost in a violent Palestinian refugee camp could have ended in their kidnapping – or murder.
Riad Mashrawi, from Bedouin town of Hura, sold electrical items to militant group in Gaza; his lawyer claimed Shin Bet never warned his client not to sell the items.