The opposition leader may be Netanyahu's opponent, he's too establishment to effect the change the agency needs to become relevant again
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Osama Khalil Abu Khater's death brings amount of protesters killed since March 30 to 132, Gaza Health Ministry says
Turkish President Erdogan, who faces a robust and united opposition, must secure more than 50 percent of the vote for an outright win
First time in 23 years that prime minister's choice for the job was rejected ■ Herzog, who will take office August 1, vows to work together with Netanyahu 'to foster and strengthen the Jewish people and State of Israel'
The three are lightly injured; driver has turned himself in
Trump envoy tells Al-Quds that if Palestinian president won't engage, U.S. administration will present the plan to the public
His reelection is a near-certainty, but polls suggest that the president might not avoid a runoff with his closest rival and could be forced into a coalition
The Italian interior minister's suggestion to create a registry of Roma sends shock waves across Europe: 'When a Roma person is targeted I feel less safe, because I know they will come for me next'
Felicia Langer fought, first in Israel and then from Germany, for the enforcement of international law from which Israel excepted itself
A bill that would in effect let cabinet members choose their ministries’ legal advisers is part of the coalition’s program to eliminate checks on its power
Five years ago they were taking a beating at Gezi Park in Istanbul. Still, around 60 percent of new voters are expected to back the president on Sunday
Palestinian Authority leaders needs to recognize that the model they are perpetuating in the West Bank is the inspiration for what Israel and the Trump administration seek to do in Gaza
An Israeli man who was aboard the Tel Aviv bound flight says the airplane took off 75 minutes later than scheduled; one man actually boarded with shut eyes and 'remained that way throughout the flight'
Earlier this week, Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen was confronted by protesters at a restaurant in Washington D.C.
Disagreeing with the Saudis, Egypt insists that East Jerusalem be the Palestinian capital, making it clear that any economic plan for Gaza is no substitute for a diplomatic plan accepted by the Palestinians
Prince William’s Visit Big Trouble in Little Palestine: Britain’s Rough Three Decades in the Holy Land
In 1948, Mandate Palestine was in better shape than when Prince William’s ancestors arrived after World War I, but the British-Arab-Jewish triangle of animosity had only worsened with time
Israeli attack comes after seven fires broke out near Gaza-border communities as blazing balloons hit Israeli territory
The U.S. secretary of state warns Tehran not to pursue a nuclear path, but says an American military response is 'not in anyone's best interests'
Mideast tour from June 24-28 will include meetings with Netanyahu and President Rivlin, and a visit to Yad Vashem, but there are no details of a possible trip to the Western Wall
Saeb Erekat accuses the two U.S. envoys of an attempt to deepen the divide between Gaza and the West Bank ■ Abbas: Americans have to understand 'there's no point looking for alternatives'
Prince William will follow in the footsteps of his father and grandfather and visit the East Jerusalem tomb of his great-grandmother this week. But while Princess Alice sheltered a Jewish family during the war, three of her daughters were married to prominent Nazis
Prime minister's wife indicted for violating rules barring ordering of meals with cook on staff ■ Attorneys call indictment 'baseless and delusional'
For years, Turkey's opposition has been fractured and defeatist while the president consolidated power. But the opposition now has a wildly popular, charismatic and sharp-tongued leader – and a lackluster Erdogan doesn't seem invincible any more
Netanyahu always tells us Trump has Israel’s back on Iran. But the president won't confront tyrants, intent as he is on unraveling America’s commitments abroad. If Tehran races to nuclear capability, Israel will pay the price - alone
The attack was launched by an unidentified assailant moments after the 41-year-old prime minister finished his speech to tens of thousands of people