Contingent includes guard wounded in Sunday night's attack ■ Evacuation made possible after call between Netanyahu, Jordan's king ■ All diplomats 'in good health'
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Although State Department's latest report uses similar wording on Israel-Palestine conflict to previous year's report, ZOA President Mort Klein says he didn't expect anti-Israel reports from new administration
Jabotinsky's metaphor for the Jewish and Palestinian nations is still relevant; to achieve peace today, each side must settle for satisfying its appetite, not its hunger
Opinion If You Can't Say Israeli Settlers Are Civilians Too, You're Propping Up Apologists for Terror
To those activists on the left and for Palestinian human rights who deny West Bank settlers can be terror victims: 'Thou shalt not kill' isn't conditional
In phone call, Israeli prime minister and Jordanian king discuss both the Temple Mount crisis and the killing at the Israeli Embassy in Amman ■ Abdullah to Netanyahu: 'There's a need to dismantle what caused current crisis'
Get our top correspondents' views on events in Amman, after an Israeli guard killed two Jordanians in contested circumstances, prompting a new diplomatic crisis
Avigdor Lieberman says Palestinian leadership, Arab MKs and members of Islamic Movement also refuse to condemn the attacks
Water flow in sources of Jordan River is 40% lower than average this year
For Second Time This Week, Protests Against Israel's Temple Mount Moves in Front of Istanbul Synagogue
Over two dozen men protest the situation at the Temple Mount in front of one of Turkey's oldest synagogues
Netanyahu speaks to Jordan's King Abdullah on embassy, Temple Mount ■ Shin Bet chief Nadav Argaman revealed to be senior Israeli official who went to Amman ■ Jordan demands to interrogate Israeli guard who killed assailant and another man; Israel refuses to hand him over