In recent years, Arab-Israeli society has shown indifference to protests and lack of faith in its leadership. But the nation-state law was a slap in their face
Petitioners are demanding that Israel reverse restrictions imposed a month ago on the entry of fuel and export of goods through the Kerem Shalom crossing
For now a barbed-wire fence surrounds the Ein Hanya spring; later the plan is for a roadblock to go up as well
Israeli-Arab Leaders Consider Tel Aviv Rally a Success, Though Debate Over Palestinian Flags Rages On
'The spectacular scene yesterday allowed Netanyahu to begin unbridled incitement,' chairman committee wrote. Arabs divided over question of Palestinian flags
Different videos of the incident show Israeli soldier hitting a left-wing activist and the camera he used to take pictures of him ■ Israeli army: The soldier 'operated beyond what was required'
Netanyahu is under fire for failing to deter Hamas from launching rockets at Israel. Why hasn't he come up with a plan to prevent another Gaza war?
In op-ed, Mideast peace envoy says Hamas 'neglected and utterly failed to build the infrastructure and systems to make life better in Gaza'
If there are no Palestinian refugees, as Trump's adviser son-in-law puts it, why do they need a right of return?
The ministry took 16 hours to react to an apparently unexpected decision announced to the Palestinian embassy in Bogota amid a power handover to Colombia's new president
An American Jew working in Israel, I was detained and questioned at its border this week. During my interrogation, part of a policy aimed at intimidating Netanyahu's critics, I found out what really frightens Israel's right-wing government