Some see the Israeli-run factory where a Palestinian opened fire on his co-workers as a model of coexistence

At West Bank Factories, Keeping the Peace Is a Mutual Interest

In an unusual episode, four of the Palestinians were fatally shot after crossing the fence and approaching an Israeli sniper’s position

7 Palestinians Killed by Israeli Fire in Gaza Border Clashes

Lara Alqasem once belonged to a group perhaps most notable for backing an Israel hummus boycott

U.S. Student, Barred From Israel Over Boycott, Goes to Court

The Israeli authorities were hunting for a man who shot two co-workers in an industrial park considered an oasis of coexistence

Israel Says Palestinian Killed 2 Israelis in West Bank Attack

In a rare interview with an Israeli newspaper, the Hamas leader in Gaza, Yehya Sinwar, sent a message to Israelis that war was in “no one’s interest

Hamas Chief Calls for Cease-Fire in Gaza as Tensions Rise With Israel

In their General Assembly speeches, the Palestinian and Israeli leaders offered starkly opposing appraisals of an intractable dispute

Israeli-Palestinian Divide Deepens, With No Sign of Compromise at U.N.

Benjamin Netanyahu said intelligence agents had found the facility in Tehran, setting up a challenge to Iran to prove it’s not violating the nuclear deal

Israeli Leader Claims Iran Has ‘Secret Atomic Warehouse’

At the United Nations, President Mahmoud Abbas criticized the Trump administration for what he described as its pro-Israel decisions

Abbas Says Trump Administration Has Undermined Two-State Solution

Blaming Israel for the loss of a Russian plane in Syria, Russia will modernize Syria’s missile arsenal

Russia Promises Advanced Missiles to Syria After Rift With Israel