The two, who were arrested for painting the mural on the separation wall, left Israel after their visa was revoked
West Bank wall
The two were released and ordered to leave the country within 72 hours
Following Attack, Israel May Move West Bank Separation Barrier, Splitting Palestinian Assailant’s Village
Army considering the move after Friday’s car-ramming attack that killed two soldiers
Palestinians see it as Israel's attempt to expel them from Jerusalem; Israelis see it as protection from terrorism. Haaretz investigates the separation barrier's impact on the city and its residents
Where Exactly Is the Green Line Between Israel and the West Bank? That’s Classified Military Material
When a private Israeli citizen requested the maps, he was told it was classified information, for it may 'undermine the state’s international relations'
Zeev Elkin wants to divide Jerusalem and create an Israeli municipality for Palestinians in several neighborhoods situated beyond the separation barrier in the city
Opinion As Bethlehem's Mayor, I Ask: Why Are U.S. Christians Celebrating Israeli Policies Strangling Jesus' Birthplace?
The language of Netanyahu and his cabinet increasingly references a Bible-citing and religious, rather than political, war against the Palestinians. And American evangelicals are his enthusiastic foot-soldiers
Netanyahu seals the gates of the West Bank and Gaza, confining millions of Palestinians, to enjoy the Sukkot festival. If anywhere or anyone else demanded a Jew-free holiday, would we shrug that off?
'I'm going to build you a brother,' the U.S. leader tells Israel's security barrier in one mural
Mohammed Qaddumi's father says his son was collecting firewood, but the army says the 13-year old threw rocks and tried to cross the border