Since his appointment, Lieberman is seen as a calm and restrained minister. But officials speak of disputes with the IDF and all-round dysfunction: 'He's almost transparent in the cabinet,' one senior political source says
My friends in Gaza are outraged by Israel's claim that Hamas rules everything. 'You people always looked down at us, so it's hard for you to understand that no one demonstrates in anyone else's name'
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Dozens participated in the protest, in which many were carrying Palestinian flags; head of NGO advocating for Arab citizens' rights claims police attacked him while detained
The deaths of Moin Abed Alhamid Asai, 58, and Mohammed Alian, 20, bring the death toll of protests against the U.S. embassy move to Jerusalem, Nakba Day to 64
An Israeli minister promises blood, sweat and tears (if he isn't elected Jerusalem mayor)
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CNBC reports that U.S. intelligence believes Russia's new hypersonic weapon will likely be ready for war by 2020
The gene codes for an enzyme that degrades the shell of insects, enabling us to eat locusts to this day, originated in the first mammals living among dinosaurs
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Nir Baram, whose new novel, ‘At Night’s End,’ is his most personal work yet, talks about the death of his mother and the suicide of his best friend, and what he has learned from interviewing settlers and Palestinians
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Aides of the 83-year-old Palestinian president say that he was taken to a hospital after feeling ill. Haaretz reported in March that Abbas' health continues to deteriorate
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Launching in time for Israel's 70th birthday, the 10-stop local version of Boston's Freedom Trail is centered in the seaside city's buzzing financial, culinary and cultural hub
As much as capitalism has fallen into disrepute around the world, Israel's brisk growth on Marx's 200th birthday shows that it works, if not for all