The Palestinian National Theatre, which for three decades has been the leading performing arts and cultural center for Arabs in Jerusalem, is facing closure after running up large municipal debts, its director said on Friday.
Secretary of State John Kerry on Wednesday said Israeli and Palestinian leaders have reached a pivotal point and it was now up to them to make important decisions that will lead to lasting peace.
Secretary of State John Kerry began a one-day visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories on Tuesday by describing a wave of Palestinian knife and car ramming attacks as terrorism that must be condemned.
The Florida family of a Palestinian-American teen beaten by Israeli police slammed the decision to free an officer without any prison time as “definitely not justice.”
Documentary filmmaker Marcel Ophuls is perhaps best known for his 1969 Academy Award-nominated film ‘The Sorrow and the Pity,’ which raised questions of French collaboration during the Nazi occupation. Given his track record, news of the award-winning director’s next film may come as a surprise.
A Palestinian attacker fatally stabbed two people in a Tel Aviv office building on Thursday, police said, raising to 16 the number of Israelis who have died, along with 79 Palestinians, in a wave of violence over the past seven weeks.
The Palestine Red Crescent Society acted with impartiality and professionalism in the case of the terror attack on a family driving in the West Bank that left two dead, its parent organization said.
In light of the upsurge of terror attacks, the Israeli government is resuming its practice of destroying terrorist’s homes. But a recent example suggests that the controversial tactic may backfire. Here’s why.
The Fatah party of Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has suggested Israel is to blame for the terror attacks in Paris in Facebook cartoons.
Daniel Polisar defends his analysis of Palestinian public opinion, following criticism that he was misusing data to paint West Bank and Gaza Arabs as irrational.