Israeli settlers and army personnel have united against Bedouins in the Jordan Valley — leaving Bedouins scared for their lives.
A seven-year-old boy on a trip with friends happened to move a rock while ambling around the Canaanite archaeological site of Tel Rehov and found a beautifully preserved 3,400-year-old female figurine.
Israel’s security professionals are taking a common-sense approach to peace talks. That increasingly puts them on a collision course with right-wing ideologues.
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies insist that Israel must maintain military control over the Jordan River. But why?
Control of the Jordan Valley has become a point of contention in the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. Amitai Etzioni thinks he has a way to solve the central problem.
A Israeli researcher stumbled onto a striking photo of a woman posing at famed poet Rachel Bluwstein’s grave. It opened a window onto an enduring mystery of history.
Murmurs from both sides of the Green Line points to signs of peace progress. J.J. Goldberg says that doesn’t mean they’re on the verge of a deal — but may be inching closer to the table.