Archaeology has provided precious little evidence for the biblical account of a powerful Judaic kingdom 3,000 years ago, but the sheer extent of copper mining in Timna, when Egypt was in a state of collapse, is otherwise hard to explain
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Iran's Rohani says ISIS is over, lashes out at Arab League for supporting Saudis in proxy war in Yemen, where Iran-backed rebels fired on Riyadh
Dean Issacharoff had testified that he assaulted a Palestinian man after he was arrested for throwing stones at soldiers in February 2014. Israeli police deny the incident ever occurred
The reality of relying on finite land resources to cope with the endless stream of the dying has forced many to look about for creative ways to resolve the problem
The head of Lebanon's army says troops ready to 'preserve stability' against Israeli 'violations'; Israeli official calls threat 'nonsense'
From Chains to malls, many in Israel are rolling out online platforms in expectation of a competitive onslaught
Considered essential for preventing forest fires, Israel on way to repeal law that bans goat grazing in forests after 67 years
Technical reasons prompt judge to cancel indictments against five minors from wedding in which settlers waved guns, stabbed images of Palestinian toddler
After being forbidden to dress as a pirate to his doctoral dissertation defense, Pastafarian priest Michael Afanasyev is taking his battle to the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights
Hassan Joulani's statement to Haaretz undermines state's claim that Breaking the Silence's spokesperson lied and that the Palestinian 'denied that his arrest involved any violence'