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Abu-Assad has made not one, but two Oscar-nominated films.
In Israel, the Hula Valley is a way station for birds in their migration through war-torn lands.
Think 1984 meets James Bond.
In case you were wondering WTF that was all about, we've put together a short explainer.
As always, the situation in the Middle East is more complicated than it seems.
As the interim nuclear deal goes into effect, two countries famously high on each other's enemies list are cooperating as never before.
There were, on the other hand, quite a lot of reporters present.
Fallen former prime minister Ariel Sharon as well known for his eating habits as his battlefield tactics, and GlobalPost has one of his favorite restaurant's secret recipes.
Sharon, who died Saturday at 85, was almost dismissed for insubordination during the 1973 Yom Kippur War, which he is now credited with winning.
Will it work better than the US-Mexico fence?
Sure, the cloud has benefits. But there are also plenty of security concerns. Experts in Israel explain the tradeoff.
Across the political spectrum, Israeli ministers condemned the Geneva deal.
The only foreign posting of the United States National Guard Bureau is at the headquarters of Israel's Home Front Command. The relationship, and the exclusivity, is mutual.
Analysis: Two old allies are squabbling over how to achieve an urgent, shared goal.
The original 'City on a Hill.'
News Analysis: Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu is irate. An agreement must be near.
The examination's results only 'moderately support' the claim that the Palestinian leader was poisoned, Swiss scientists say.
While maintaining a public wall of silence, Israel is likely pleased to have an American official confirm its action in Syria.
Israeli politicians squabble over the release of Palestinian prisoners, while some families rejoice and others grieve.
Netanyahu is resisting Kerry's entreaties on the subject of Iran's nuclear program. Will peace negotiations suffer?