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Palestine's elections were marked by low turnout and diminished expectations for leader Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah.
'I don't know Romney, but I wouldn't vote for Obama. Because my feeling is that he is anti-Israel.'
'He has to be not for Israelis, and not for Palestinians. He has to be for peace.'
Just when the rhetorical war between Israel and Iran was waning, a wasp-like drone entered Israeli airspace.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are trading jabs over deteriorating relations with the US.
Golan Heights ski resort is under threat as the Syrian conflict spills over the border. Yes, there's a ski resort in the Golan Heights.
Many have mocked the prime minister’s crude bomb cartoon. Others have lauded him for marking a red line with Iran.
A year ago, Palestinians awaited the UN General Assembly amid hopes of state recognition. Today, anger toward Israel has given way to frustration with their own leaders and stagnant economy.
Obama's speech will likely cause a post-Yom Kippur headache for Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Scientology is expanding abroad, this time to the Middle East.
While Romney benefits from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s barely disguised support, backers in Israel worry his campaign is on the fritz.
The Israeli prime minister’s attacks on Obama, unparalleled in Israeli-American history, may backfire as a growing chorus of Israelis and Americans question the soundness of his judgment.
In the midst of violent protests throughout the Muslim world, Jerusalem is, for the most part, the calm in the storm.
Chris Stevens, killed in the attack on a US consulate in Libya, was the kind of American you always hope exists somewhere.
They are right here. In an unprecedented exchange, Muslim and Jewish leaders in Israel talk to GlobalPost, denounce the embassy attacks and the film that sparked them.
In addition to Iran, Israel is watching potentially hostile elements line up along its borders with Syria and Egypt.
Migron's settlers began evacuating their settlement Sunday morning after six years of legal battles.
Family of the young American activist killed in Gaza a decade ago criticize an Israeli court ruling this week.
Spate of anti-Arab attacks have stoked new fears about increasing lawlessness.
Israelis snickered about the naked Republican dustup. Here’s why.