Visiting the baptismal site of Qasr al-Yahud - also known as the Land of the Monasteries - in the occupied Jordan River Valley, is usually impossible for civilians. However, some have found a way in
Russia warns of 'negative consequences' as thousands of Syrians take to the streets to protest, calling 'Golan is Syrian'
PLO secretary general says any plan that doesn't ensure a Palestinian state on pre-'67 borders 'is not worth discussing'
Former U.S. president says establishment of Palestinian state is 'in Israel's best interest'
From the West Bank to London The Palestinian Plan to Protest the Balfour Declaration's 100th Anniversary
The Palestinian Authority is planning a major demonstration in London and will request the British government to recognize the State of Palestine
At the many conferences marking the Six-Day War (or the 'occupation'), most of the panelists engage in criticism of Israel, sometimes lethal, especially over our relations with the Arabs
Historian Barbara Tuchman made a reporting trip to Israel right after the Six-Day War. Here's what she found
50 years since Israel's annexation of the West Bank after the 1967 war has left generations of Palestinians in limbo
Rural communities in heart of Israel use Palestinian land granted to them in 80's by Israel Lands Authority. Palestinians from three villages that existed in the area until 1967 claim ownership.
Decrying lack of government action on 'most critical issue for Israel,' campaign to push referendum bill, drum up support with public events.
Prior to 2015 election, the two agreed that Arab Peace Initiative should be basis for new Middle East reality, and that Palestinian state should include an area equivalent to 100 percent of territory Israel captured during 1967 War.
The world does not marvel at the illusion of an irreversible hold on the territories, and is determined to effect a separation.
The hunger for more territory was given legal wording: reparations for 'a justified defensive war.'
Stockholm is not backtracking on its intentions to recognize a Palestinian state, Swedish leaders tell Herzog.
If Israel wants future popes to lay wreaths at Herzl’s grave, it must recommit itself to the liberal ideals in which Zionism's founder believed.
Nabil Sha'ath says Palestinians will seek international recognition of occupation if there is no progress in peace talks.
After six constitution-less decades, the real question facing Israel is not 'What would a constitution contain?' but 'How is it possible to draft one?'
Figure jumps to 50 percent in the case of an agreement.
An initiative by British Jewish students calling on pro-Israel groups to use maps that show the Green Line is long overdue.
U.K. Jewish students are urging their community to only use maps that show Israel's 1967 borders for the sake of an honest, transparent basis for educating about Israel.
Habayit Hayehudi is content to play word games while the government in which it sits prepares to adopt Kerry’s disastrous plan for an independent Palestinian state.
U.S. secretary of state thought to view end of March as deadline for success of negotiations.
Arafat, Rabin and Peres: They wanted peace, but each played a part in the failure of the Accords.
The Palestinian leadership often repeats that the right of return for Palestinian refugees is sacred, so why does everyone ignore this major challenge to the peace process?
Palestinians say Israel's security demands would take away 40 percent of West Bank lands; No comment from Israel.
Amid Outrage Over EU Guidelines Israel Already Signed Deal With U.S. That Limits Funding to Inside 1967 Borders
The wording of the 1972 agreement with the United States rejects projects in West Bank, East Jerusalem and Golan Heights, similar to controversial EU guidelines due to go into effect on January 1.
Could an idea long associated with Israel's right - annexation of the West Bank's Area C - be reclaimed by liberal Zionists as a creative alternative if the peace talks fail?
True leadership is the ability to guide a group when the change is hard or occurs in uncertain conditions; the political leadership in Israel is not this type.
Kerry's relentless diplomacy will never result in an actual peace agreement unless the U.S. is willing to pay the domestic political price of pressuring Netanyahu to accept the two-state solution based on the 1967 borders.
Israel’s government needs to decide if it is ready to continue to endanger the country’s future for the sake of continuing the occupation.