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The Palestinian government is using the Christmas season to recognize the birth of Palestine as a state.
Having survived Tel Aviv, an eye-opening exhibit of Brueghel opens in Italy.
It is assumed that all ancient anointing was done with oil of the olive fruit, then as now a precious fluid.
December in Haifa has become synonymous with Israel's version of Festivus, a secular celebratory carnival of nothing too specific.
Without coming right out and saying so, Israeli authorities have instituted a policy of making it as difficult as possible to own a gun.
Israel makes surprisingly little effort to put forward a good image in the world. And it shows.
Israel is suddenly facing one the worst diplomatic crises in its history.
Analysis: Today, the Palestinian Authority will seek "full nonmember observer state" status at the UN General Assembly. Regardless of how the vote goes, nothing will change.
Gershon Baskin has both Netanyahu and Hamas on his cellphone. Yet hardly anyone's heard of him.
Before Wednesday became the day of a US-brokered ceasefire, it was the day another bus blew up.
Cyber warfare has arrived, but has yet to reach its full potential. What would a real digital war look like? Like the most terrifying sci-fi movie you've ever seen.
Israel’s miraculous missile defense system is saving both a lot of lives and a lot of political careers.
Senior Palestinian official says Egypt was in advanced negotiations with Hamas to broker a halt to missile fire.
Rockets continue to rain on Israel as its government navigates a changed Arab world.
The attack killing comes as violence flares along two Israeli borders. Syria's civil war continues to spill over into the Golan Heights. And Hamas fired more than a hundred rockets into Israel this week.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threw his support behind Mitt Romney. Will Obama take revenge?
Occurring one week before the election, some Republicans are crying foul.
Israel responded with delight, and perhaps even a little vanity, to the attention given it during the final debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
Apart from residents of Beirut and Damascus, who suffered massive bombings last weekend, few people are more attentive to unrest in Lebanon and in Syria than the intelligence officers manning Israel's Northern Command.
Palestine's elections were marked by low turnout and diminished expectations for leader Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah.