Olivier Roy, one of France’s top experts on Islamic terrorism, tells Haaretz how assailants like Salman Abedi in Manchester turn into 'new radicals' who crave death
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Some 130 overseas Jews are part of an initiative to restore Palestinian families to their West Bank village. 'We’re here until the end' says one activist
The Israel Hayom owner was questioned for three hours. Police expect his wife Miriam's testimony will be more significant because of her extensive involvement in the newspaper
Ministry scraps outing to Jerusalem-Tel Aviv fast train line after EU representatives decline invitations. Official: Segment over Green Line is underground, only a few hundred meters in length
Israeli official dismisses criticism of the state's ongoing closure on the Gaza Strip and blames Hamas for the energy crisis
The court says it's 'unconvinced' the travel order has more to do with national security than a 'Muslim ban'
Palestinian president meets with Jason Greenblatt, requests that the White House intervene in ongoing strike amid reports of inmates' deteriorating health
Analysis If Trump Brings Mideast Peace, It Will Be a Miracle From Heaven and an Insult to Our Intelligence
The 1991 Gulf War also provided a golden opportunity for U.S.-led diplomacy, but even the wily James Baker couldn’t make it happen
The fate of the Swedish diplomat has been shrouded in mystery since he was captured in 1945
Amnesty International say the men were found guilty "in a court that utterly disregarded international fair trial standards"