Statement follows PM's controversial snubbing of Germany's foreign minister over meeting with left-wing groups B'Tselem and Breaking the Silence
Order adds 40 acres to regional council for the new community, to be called Amihai
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked is scapegoating a top civil servant, Deputy Attorney General Dina Zilber, whose politics are right-wing, but evidently not right-wing enough
Zionist Union members should bring their message with head held high, including in Ma'aleh Adumim, whether or not Haaretz likes it.
Getting ready to host the U.S. president, the residents of the West Bank city have many grievances and low expectations
A visit to Beit El in the West Bank finds U.S. immigrants downbeat about the new president’s actions, after he promised so much during the election campaign. But as one settler notes, 'No American president can make much change here'
A tour of the West Bank settlement blocs divided the Zionist Union party down the middle. It’s baffling why party leader Isaac Herzog, who led this misbegotten visit, is still leader of the opposition.
The Zionist mission accomplished, no one felt the need to come up with a new purpose. Except the settlers
Zionist Union is working to keep the large settlement blocs part of Israel in any agreement, according to a paper defining messages for tour
Gulf States Offer Unprecedented Steps to Normalize Israel Ties in Exchange for Partial Settlement Freeze
Various Sunni Arab countries offer to establish direct telecom lines with Israel, among other steps, if Israel makes gestures toward Palestinians, according to Wall Street Journal report