The home of one of the Palestinian terrorists who murdered four rabbis and a policeman in an attack on a Jerusalem synagogue was sealed by the Israeli military.
The White House said efforts to have Israel charged with war crimes at the International Criminal Court are “counterproductive” and would be opposed by Washington.
Israel’s deputy interior minister said Arab-Israeli Knesset members who support efforts to break the naval blockade of Gaza should give up their Israeli citizenship and that “Israel is doing you a favor by letting you sit here.”
For months, France has considered taking a more active role in advancing Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. Israel wants no part of it.
Palestinian leaders plan to submit their first file against Israel to the International Criminal Court next week.
Madison Margolin got a lot out of Birthright — but not a single tip on how to answer the schoolmates who grilled her on her choice ‘to support racist nationalism.’
Israel’s cabinet approved on Sunday a proposed law that would enable authorities to force-feed Palestinian prisoners who are on hunger strike.
When Israel’s coalition government formed last month, its constituent parties all but ruled out establishing a Palestinian state in the near future. But that doesn’t mean they can agree on what to do instead.
Jane Eisner agreed to send correspondent Naomi Zeveloff to Gaza so the Forward’s readers would see firsthand the struggles of its people. She thinks the decision reflects the paper’s Jewish values — but can’t hide her relief that Naomi is back home safe.
A town in southern France announced plans to name a street after the late Palestinian president Yasser Arafat.