If Gaza doesn’t boil over in the near future, Netanyahu would likely do everything within his power to leave the conflict on a low flame, at least until the next election
After incident, a larger group came out of the Yitzhar settlement and threw rocks at Palestinians building a fence at Burin, a village near Nablus, Palestinian reports say
The Palestinians’ refusal to accept that they are confronting a rival national movement has been disastrous for them
Zionist colonialism was not motivated by an aspiration for economic gain, but one that stemmed from Jewish distress and was fulfilled by people who could be described as refugees
Attacks by the right have made many Jewish Israelis view the word ‘left’ as worse than ‘fascism’ or ‘racism.’ And in the end the Palestinians will pay
Otherwise Occupied A Pasture, a Pickup and Two Don Quixotes: Who Damaged the Left-wing Activists' Truck?
Screws don’t just disappear and the garage owner had no doubt: It was sabotage
An internal letter provides a glimpse into how at least 10 outposts throughout the West Bank have been built around a herd of sheep, with the help of Israeli government agencies
What a pity that while the right’s leaders are committed to serving the settlers’ lobby – the leaders of the center-left are fleeing the issue as fast as gazelles
Ruling says they had the right under freedom of expression since the likelihood of soldiers following their statements was relatively small
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A former resident talks about the freedom of growing up in a West Bank settlement ■ a true kibbutznik's view on being a surrogate mother: 'It was a dream come true'