The family of Ashraf Walid Saliman Na’alwa, who shot and killed two Israelis last year, collected funds from the public and the Tul Karm municipality
Following the Christchurch massacre, researcher points finger at 'transnational rising threat of white supremacist violence' fueled by anti-Muslim rhetoric
An estimated 40,000 people attend the ceremony as part of a series of memorial services honoring the victims of the mosque attacks in New Zealand
Led by a corrupt, proudly anti-Semitic prime minister who supports Islamist groups, Southeast Asian country's long-standing connection with Hamas gets a new twist
'On 15 March our history changed forever. Now, our laws will too,' says PM Ardern
Israel lies that Staff Sgt. Gal Keidan who fell in the settlement of Ariel was defending his country. He died guarding injustice
A settler and a soldier forced to protect him are a symbolic combination of victims that in the Israeli reality seems entirely natural
Omar Amin Abu Lila, 19, is suspected of shooting dead Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger, 47, and Staff Sgt. Gal Keidan, 19, in the settlement of Ariel Sunday
Other possible motives behind attack that left three dead are also being investigated
'I don't understand how anyone could do this to these people, to anyone': The 36 minutes that took the lives of 50 Muslims
37-year-old suspect, known to police for a 2013 shooting, taken into custody following manhunt
Security guard who was critically wounded in 2017 told West Bank resident in court ‘I am still here, alive and well’
Rabbi Ahiad Ettinger, 47, is survived by his wife and 12 children
Beijing has faced international criticism for setting up facilities that UN experts describe as detention centers for more than one million Muslims
Israeli forces map home of suspect to prepare for possible demolition ■ Officials identify suspect as Omar Amin Abu Lila, a 19-year old with no history of security-related offenses
Standing together against a white supremacism that targets us for abuse and death is now, despite the tensions and sensitivities between our communities, not a matter of choice but a necessity
With his family in the Linwood mosque, Abdul Aziz scared Christchurch gunman off in a mouse-and-cat chase that led to his capture. 'I realized this is something else'
Australian white supremacist Brenton Tarrant charged with murder of 49 worshipers, as prime minister vows: 'Our gun laws will change'
The accused gunman's manifesto praised Trump as 'a symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose.' The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment
Shooter is against mass immigration and claims to have had contact with sympathizers of Norway's Breivik, who posted his 1,500-page manifesto online before carrying out his deadly attacks
Chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat denounces 'use of religion for political ends' as Hamas declares 'terrorism knows no religion'
Witnesses describe 'blood everywhere,' while prime minister decries 'unprecedented act of violence' in city of Christchurch
Opinion 'Israelis Led India’s Airstrikes': In Pakistan, the Hindu-Zionist Conspiracy Theory Takes a Wild Turn
It is now an established narrative in Pakistan, not a fringe opinion, that Israel not only helped India plan its military retaliation for a suicide bombing by Pakistan-based militants – but sent Israeli pilots to take part
There's just one problem with the entire debate about whose anti-Semitism is worse: neither are the post-WWII source of the abuse and murder of the most Jews. That distinction belongs to Islamists
Assam Barghouthi is charged with carrying out two shooting attacks in which he killed two Israeli soldiers and a prematurely born baby whose mother was hit
Mehdi Nemmouche shot dead four people in a 2014 attack, and also faces charges in France for his role in holding journalists hostage in Syria
New Delhi has set a new precedent: when the next provocation comes, it won't hesitate to take the fight into Pakistan. Until what point will the Trump administration 'stand with #India,' as Pompeo recently tweeted?
Opinion Erekat to Trump on 'Rewarding Terror': We Will Never Stop Paying Palestinian Political Prisoners
All Palestinian families have had a relative in an Israeli prison. We will always fund their welfare, and we'll never accept Trump envoy Jason Greenblatt's strategy of blaming the victims, not the occupation
Conviction 'at last brings a semblance of justice to the loved ones of those who were so brutally murdered, and to the Jewish community as a whole,' World Jewish Congress says
Palestinian and Israeli lawyers say Amal Barghout's detention was entirely designed to exert pressure on her husband, who was arrested last week alongside senior figure in a militant group