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Israel’s borders remained quiet and only about 50 Palestinians were arrested throughout the country, most of whom were released the same day.
A viral Tel Aviv page raises the question, can Facebook thwart war between Israel and Iran?
Israel continues to talk about war with Iran. But is the rhetoric just part of a carefully calibrated strategy to avoid conflict?
Even without a high-stakes Obama-Netanyahu summit, Israel has what might be called an unusual fixation with American politics.
Israel and US leaders try to set aside personal differences for Iran summit.
Israeli and American officials disagree on how to handle Iran's nuclear intentions.
While Israel's isolation threatens its security, it has done wonders for its economy.
Despite concerns that Iran is striking back, for Israelis the war rhetoric is 'business as usual.'
Sheldon Adelson, a Gingrich backer, has a big wallet and is funding Israel's right-wing media.
Reactions to the announcement that rival Palestinian factions have achieved an agreement to establish a unity government are surprisingly muted, both in Israel and in Palestine.
Rising rhetoric means an attack by Israel on Iran, without US approval, could be more likely, analysts say
With one eye on the "real primary" in the US, Israel votes for Netanyahu at home.
At a meeting of chefs for heads of state, including White House sous chef Tommy Kurpradit, we find out who likes what.
Palestinians unwilling to continue talks until Israel recognizes 1967 borders.
Natan Eshel has been accused of harassing a female staffer in Israel.
YaLa peace conference aims to empower the younger generation.
Will Israel take more seriously an EU-sponsored Palestinian peace plan?
Israeli security experts say recent hacks are nothing compared to what is possible.
Ehud Barak, Israel's defense minister, said Israel is "very far" from any decision to attack Iran.
The Arison family, one of Israel's richest, has had a bad year.