Israeli human rights group finds prisoners waiting years for medical exams to verify claims of mistreatment.
Without slighting the courage needed to defy a country’s official consensus, in Israel they found a way to remove the sting even from the non-violent struggle.
Senior official says Palestinians will present UN Security Council resolution on West Bank settlements following elections, after U.S. vows to veto any move prior to November 8.
A soldier was lightly wounded near Hebron after an army jeep was attacked with stones.
Plea deal would see main suspect sentenced to just seven years with a chance for appeal, even after torching a Palestinian home with the family still inside.
At the culmination of the two-week, cross-country march, Israeli and Palestinian women vow to continue their struggle until an agreement is reached.
Historian Benny Morris is right when he mentions the ‘atmosphere of transfer’ that gripped Israel from April 1948, but he errs when he claims that this atmosphere was never translated into policy.
'They told me there was nobody to make peace with. Today, we proved that wrong,' Israeli singer Yael Deckelbaum says of the two-week 'Women Wage Peace' event.
A blue ID card is perceived here as a prize, or a gift, or an honorary grant that we, the Jewish landlords, have in our goodness granted to Palestinians.
Even if 100,000 Gazans receive exit permits, the Strip would remain a huge prison.