Naomi Zeveloff


African Immigrants Cheer Israel Court Decision Shutting Jail

By Naomi Zeveloff

African Immigrants Cheer Israel Court Decision Shutting Jail
African immigrants in Israel are cheering the High Court’s order to close a much-reviled detention center. But asylum seekers still worry about their precarious future in the Jewish state.Read More


In Golan Heights, Harvesting Apples Against Backdrop of Syrian War

By Naomi Zeveloff

In Golan Heights, Harvesting Apples Against Backdrop of Syrian War
Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner —  and for apple farmers in the Golan Heights, so is the Syrian civil war. Israelis feel threatened, but some Druze feel differently.Read More


Israeli Kibbutzniks On Gaza Border Push For Diplomacy

By Naomi Zeveloff

Israeli Kibbutzniks On Gaza Border Push For Diplomacy
In the Negev, a small group of Israelis calling for diplomacy rather than war is not the usual band of leftists. Instead, their members come from the area hardest hit by Hamas.Read More


Israel Is Again Demolishing Homes of Palestinian Terror Suspects

By Naomi Zeveloff

Israel Is Again Demolishing Homes of Palestinian Terror Suspects
It’s a controversial tactic that Israel once disavowed. But punitive home demolitions against Palestinians are back now —  even though they may actually boost anti-Israel sentiment.Read More


Sprawling Abu Khdeir Family Spreads Deep Roots in Jerusalem — and U.S.

By Naomi Zeveloff

Sprawling Abu Khdeir Family Spreads Deep Roots in Jerusalem — and U.S.
The Abu Khdeirs have deep roots in East Jerusalem, but it’s the Palestinian family’s American ties that have the Department of State worrying they may be ‘singled out’ for arrest by Israel.Read More



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