A demolition project in East Jerusalem may leave 1,000 Palestinians with nowhere to live. Leftist groups say discriminatory laws keep Palestinians from building legally.
Tech-savvy Palestinians have as many smart phones as anyone. But they’re stuck in a bygone technological era — and many angrily blame the Israeli occupation.
Jews celebrate the 1967 war that unified Jerusalem under Israeli rule. Some Palestinians still mourn the Mughrabi neighborhood that was demolished in the shadow of the Western Wall.
Israel is pressing Palestinians to leave the so-called Area C of the West Bank. Is it a prelude to formally annexing this section of occupied territory?
Haneen Zoabi is the Arab lawmaker Israel loves to hate. Despite — or perhaps because of — the attention lavished on her, she is adored by her Palestinian constituents.
Benjamin Netanyahu’s decision to withhold tax revenues from Palestinians is undermining the livelihoods of the PA security forces that keep a lid on terrorism and violence.
Israeli Arabs who voted said they did so to take advantage of the chance to speak out. Countless others stayed home amid widespread lethargy over the prospect of any real change.
You might think the prospect of a far-right win would spur Arabs to vote in next week’s Israeli election. Think again. Apathy is widespread, and it’s not just Jewish parties to blame.
Israel is building prison camps to detain some 15,000 immigrants from Sudan who are seeking asylum. Many of them are refugees from the horrific conflict in Darfur.
Shedding their caution about being seen as interfering in the Syrian crisis, Israelis are openly advocating armed Western intervention to topple the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.