A boy amputee arrested by soldiers in the dead of night in the refugee camp where his grandmother lives

Israeli court asked Palestinian parents to prove jailed boy is an amputee


Lebanese President Michel Aoun paid an official visit to Cairo a month ago, ahead of which he gave a number of interviews to the Egyptian media

With Lebanon no longer hiding Hezbollah's role, next war must hit civilians where it hurts, Israeli minister says


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Israel wins Judo gold


Former President Bill Clinton said Thursday that growing nationalist movements across the world are interconnected and threaten "taking us to the edge of our destruction

Bill Clinton: People Who Want Nation-States Are ‘Actually Trying to Institutionalize Separatism and Division Within Borders’


Driving the streets of the West Bank, you see Israeli-issued street signs reading, in Arabic, "Urshalaym", the Hebrew word for Jerusalem instead of the Arabic namesake "Al-Quds"

Muting prayers is muting the Palestinian struggle


The Muslim call to prayer cannot be banned, main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) leader Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu has said, criticizing Israel for the initial approval of a draft law that will silence the Muslim call to prayer at certain hours

Main opposition leader criticizes Israel’s vote on Muslim prayer ban


From sweet potato and feta to marzipan, the three-cornered holiday treats are getting a gourmet update this year

Israeli chefs take hamantaschen to a whole new level


The Entry to Israel Law (Amendment 27) 5777-2017 that was approved by the Knesset this week received more media coverage abroad than in Israel

With Obama gone, Israeli liberals have lost their Defensive Shield


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