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There's more to Jerusalem’s newest terror attack tour than meets the eye.
The unsolved murder at a gay youth center in Tel Aviv was acknowledged but didn't dampen the event.
Leon Panetta’s trip to Israel is the fourth by a high-ranking US official in the last month.
Self-immolation is so unheard of in Israel, authorities seem unsure how to react.
Israel fears collapse of Syrian regime could mean a second volatile border and increased jihadist threat.
Meet the Feiglins, who are tearing apart Netanyahu and Israel’s right wing.
Israel’s broad coalition government has collapsed over the issue of conscription for ultra-orthodox young men.
It is impossible to think of a more tragically fitting figure to represent the cause of the Occupy movement in Tel Aviv.
Sderot, a modest Israeli town, has been on the receiving end of thousands of missiles over the years. But it's kind of a nice place to live.
'Arafat died from an overdose of Palestinium,' claims Israeli foreign ministry.
Why? Because Balotelli, the Sicilian-born child of Ghanaian immigrants, is, it turns out, also something of a Jew.
This weekend promises to be very hot, in all the ways of a Middle Eastern summer.
Muhammad Morsi, Egypt's new president, first entered the political fray as an opponent to the Camp David peace accords. It's a worrying fact for Israel.
Not this opera. Outdoor performance of 'Carmen' draws the esoteric, moneyed classes.
An unused waste treatment plant in the Israeli settlement of Ofra in the West Bank has come to symbolize the reality of the Middle East's most intractable conflict: It's in the crapper.
Countdown to a possible military strike against Iran's nuclear installations appears to be inching closer to the zero hour. Some experts in Israel predict an attack soon after the US election.
Israel's police say the crime has always been there; others are not so sure.
Tourists, politicians, Arabs and Israeli soldiers marched together under a rainbow banner.
Far from identifying with the Arab Spring, most Palestinians are grasping for ways to remain hopeful.
Boualem Sasnal, the man who inspired the Arab Spring, now says it was a failure.