The six-day war: Israel claims land and air successes – archive, 6 June 1967

6 June 1967: Major tank battle in Sinai desert between Israel and Egypt Israel claimed early today that it had achieved victory in the air by destroying 374 Arab aircraft. It also... Read more »

Disturbing the Peace review – voices from the Israel-Palestine conflict

Mixing poetic footage with first-hand accounts, this documentary attempts to unpick hatreds through dialogue Competing voices – the call of the muezzin, the bark of radio news bulletins – drift like wood... Read more »

Thom Yorke on Israel boycott pressure: ‘I don’t agree with the cultural ban at all’

The Radiohead singer told Rolling Stone that the pressure being put on the band to pull out of their Israel gig was ‘patronising in the extreme’ and ‘offensive’ Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke... Read more »

Israel-Palestine: the real reason there’s still no peace – podcast

The possibility of a lasting deal seems as far away as ever – and the history of failed negotiations suggests it’s largely because Israel prefers the status quo • Read the text... Read more »

Why there is still hostility when Jews and non-Jews fall in love | Giles Fraser: Loose canon

Kil’ayim is the Torah prohibition of mixing things that shouldn’t be mixed. Israeli author Dorit Rabinyan’s experience shows that this extends to love There are many different ways to complete the sentence... Read more »

Trump waives law requiring US to move embassy to Jerusalem

US president’s move keeps embassy in Tel Aviv for now, despite campaign promise to move it to city that Israel considers its capital Donald Trump has temporarily waived a law requiring the... Read more »

Disturbing the Peace review – sharp and hopeful study of Israel-Palestine conflict

This balanced documentary tells stories from both sides of the divide and finds cause for optimism amid the longstanding anger and despair This carefully measured documentary splices together archive material, dramatic recreations... Read more »

Six-day war: Israeli paratrooper and Palestinian recall conflict 50 years on

Yitzhak Yifat, who features in David Rubinger Western Wall photograph, and ex-soldier look back: ‘He said, “Please stop.” And then he took the famous picture’ Dr Yitzhak Yifat, an Israeli paratrooper in... Read more »

Mass Palestinian hunger strike in Israeli jails ends after visitation deal

Prisoners led by Marwan Barghouti halt protest as Israel announces it will allow a second family visit each month A mass hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails has been called... Read more »

The Guardian view on Trumpian diplomacy: not up to much | Editorial

The US president’s foreign tour has underlined how inadequate his art of the deal is when handling relations between states Just over halfway through his first foreign trip as US president this... Read more »