Israel’s unimplemented agreement meant to curb building deaths

'Because of their negligent conduct and extreme foot-dragging in moving forward or making decisions, the casualties are continuing, and even worse, the number of deaths is rising'


The Germans, the Jews and the Poles are on the battlefield again

The Poles see themselves as the ultimate victims, the Germans repent and pass anti-BDS resolutions, and Israel speaks in two voices


After Eurovision, Israel is hoping for tourism boom

The number of foreign visitors was smaller than was hoped, but organizers made the most of the event’s TV and social media exposure


Israeli soldiers stand by as settlers pelt Palestinians with rocks

A fire broke out near a West Bank village, leading to a confrontation between the two parties, with each side blaming the other


Tel Aviv University reverses decision to ban Nakba lecture

The university changed its mind after the Association for Civil Rights in Israel appealed the decision, arguing that since the university is not funding the Nakba commemoration event, the 2011 Nakba Law does not apply


Tel Aviv University reverses decision to ban Nakba lecture

The university changed its mind after the Association for Civil Rights in Israel appealed the decision, arguing that since the university is not funding the Nakba commemoration event, the 2011 Nakba Law does not apply


Arab Israeli shot and killed in northern Israel in second fatality of the day

Arab leaders accuse police of neglecting their communities; 'If the victims were Jewish the reaction and treatment would be different,' says MK Ahmad Tibi


U.S. to encourage investment in Palestinians as first part of peace plan

The White House will unveil the first part of President Donald Trump's long-awaited Israeli-Palestinian peace plan when it holds an international conference in Bahrain in late June to encourage investment in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, senior U


A peace plan and a purge: Why Jordan’s king is afraid

King Abdullah cleared out the ranks among the senior officials in the royal court and removed senior intelligence officials


US to hold Bahrain economic conference to launch Middle East peace plan

Official does not confirm Israeli and Palestinian attendancePalestinians believe peace plan will be in favour of IsraelThe US will hold an international economic “workshop” in Bahrain in late June, seeking to encourage investment in the Palestinian territories as the first part of Donald Trump’s long-awaited Middle East peace plan, the White House said on Sunday


Netanyahu refused to fund the Eurovision but reaps its fruits

Netanyahu's gamble worked: He knew a long-term bank loan would threaten the Israeli public broadcaster's financial independence but enable an impressive Eurovision production, and that's just what happened


Israel claims victory after Germany’s BDS ban at the expense of minimizing the Holocaust

The Bundestag has equated the boycott calls of an anti-occupation organization to those heard in 1930s Germany


US will push economic side of peace plan at late June ‘workshop’ in Bahrain

Gathering to focus on directing more investment toward Gaza and West Bank; Israel won't say if it plans to participate


Qatari network Al Jazeera slammed over ‘Holocaust denial’ film

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Trump Admin Kicks Off Plan to Foster Israeli-Palestinian Peace

The Trump administration has started to implement its multi-faceted plan to foster peace between Israel and the Palestinians, a process that will begin in June when Bahrain hosts a forum to promote economic development in key Palestinian territories, according to senior administration officials


U.S. network to adapt Israeli TV show set on army base

The ten episode series '68 Whisky' follows a group of army medics is based on the popular Israeli series 'Charlie Golf One'


U.S. network to adapt Israeli TV show set on army base

The ten episode series '68 Whisky' follows a group of army medics is based on the popular Israeli series 'Charlie Golf One'


Al Jazeera suspends journalists over Holocaust video

Network says clip alleging that Israel uses Nazi 'racial cleansing' against Palestinians was produced 'without due oversight'


Brandeis president condemns vandalism of Israel Week art installation

Graffiti reading 'Free Palestine' written on installation set up by Jewish group


The agony and the ecstasy of Israel’s Eurovision extravaganza

The kitschy, gay-friendly spectacle gave liberal Israelis a tantalizing glimpse of the country they once cherished - but it could turn out to be their swan song