Analysis: Liberman's attacks on Wadi Ara's Arabs are politically calculated
Lashing out at almost 2 million Arab-Israelis marks the opening of Liberman’s election campaign.
Reporter's Notebook: How the First Intifada shattered Jerusalem's 'mosaic'
On the 30th anniversary of the First Intifada, Jerusalem's political fate takes yet another turn
Analysis: Between the First and Third Intifadas
The First Intifada came to most Israelis and even most Palestinians as a surprise. Today, the term is revived
On anniversary of Mandela's death, an Israeli friend looks back
An interview with an Israeli ambassador who was in the room when Mandela was told he had won the Nobel prize
Analysis: Strike on Iranian base in Syria shows Israel will police its red lines
Iran has three main options to respond, none of which put Tehran in an attractive strategic position
Analysis: Strike on Iranian base in Syria deals with a problem while still small
After 'yellow card' to Iran over military bases in Syria ignored, Israel deals 'red card' with alleged strike
Indian photojournalist Raghu Rai unveils the mysteries of Jerusalem
For photographer Raghu Rai, Jerusalem remains the place of all spiritualties and all mysteries
How women are using art and militancy to fight gender-based violence in Israel
Arab citizens of Israel, including Bedouin women, are over represented in the case of honor killings
Ex-minister Saar says will declare candidacy for PM ‘at the right time’
'I support the leader of our party but I have patience and at the right time I will put my candidacy forward'
Israeli firms feature prominently at Paris defense conference
Technologies included barriers to protect against the latest trend in vehicular terror attacks
AfD lawmaker that criticized Berlin's Holocaust monument gets 'private' memorial
Höcke evoked public outrage when he bemoaned the existence of the memorial while addressing AfD supporters
Sadat's nephew says he was 'courageous' 40 years after historic visit to Israel
'The visit to Jerusalem shook the whole world,' Mohamed Sadat said in an interview this week
Scaramucci says Trump ‘most committed president in history' to Mid East peace
The key to peacemaking, Scaramucci tells i24NEWS, is that both parties must want it.
Analysis: Anwar Sadat and the visit that polarized Israeli politics
Sadat's 1977 visit to Israel shattered ideological dogmas, launched active extra-parliamentary political scene
Walter Cronkite's Begin-Sadat diplomacy a tribute to golden age of TV
Cronkite hosted a 'dual' interview of Sadat and Begin which helped seal the Egyptian leader's visit to Israel
With historic 1977 visit, Egypt's Sadat turned Israel’s reality on its head
An air of excitement, even optimism, swept over Israel as Sadat made a historic visit for peace in 1977
EXCLUSIVE: IAEA expert details Argentina's early support of Iran nuclear program
Two attacks in the 1990's are alleged to be connected to Hezbollah after Argentina distanced itself from Iran
With Iran on its doorstep, Israel quietly readies game changing air power
Analysis: Israeli air power likely to prove decisive to outcome of any military action against Iran in Syria
At Berlin's Radical Jewish Culture festival, even Holocaust jokes aren't taboo
The festival's co-curator says German society can't help but project expectations onto Jewish artists
Inside the struggle to de-radicalize Islamic extremists in France's prisons
"The further I go, the more I realize ... that most of the prisoners are neither monsters nor fools"
At British embassy, Israeli-Arabs return Balfour Declaration to sender
Protest comes as Israeli Knesset marks Balfour centennial with joy
Analysis: Saudis are wooing Palestinians to join anti-Iran coalition
Abbas under tremendous Saudi, US, Egyptian, and Israeli pressure to take a clear stand in the regional turmoil
How one woman's tragic quest opened the door for Iraqi-Israeli reconciliation
“Many Iraqis, especially young people, didn't believe there were Iraqi Jews in Iraq,” said an Iraqi activist.
Analysis: The resignation that sent the Middle East into a tailspin
Al-Hariri brought winds of optimism after a two-year government vacuum, but calamity was already apparent
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