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The Palestinian conflict is going through one of its strangest stages these days. So much is going against Palestine, yet so much is going for it.
The beginning of the end of occupation also requires telling Israelis that the settlement enterprise runs contrary to peace.
All eyes are focused on the high drama that Mr. Abbas has created. He owes it to his people and to the people of Israel to not just create shock at the UN without an equal dose of awe.
Just as we awoke to find that peaceful crowds in Tunis had toppled Ben Ali, we almost awoke two years ago to find that a peace treaty had been signed between Israel and Palestine. We did not.
Is Israel better off than it was two years ago? The answer is unequivocal -- no. Israel is more isolated in the international community and more threatened from all sides than perhaps ever before.
JERUSALEM — Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, who was driven from office last year while facing mounting corruption charges, has been identifie...
Israel has held on to the occupied territories for 43 years -- while denying any rights to the millions of Palestinians who live there. At one point does this situation become apartheid?
JERUSALEM — The brother of former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has knocked an Israeli sports reporter unconscious.
Basketball executive I...
Israeli prosecutors charged the former prime minister Ehud Olmert with corruption today in three separate cases after months of high-profile investiga...
JERUSALEM — Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was indicted on corruption charges Sunday, becoming the first Israeli premier to go on trial and h...
American-Jewish organizations, which had for years supported Turkey's agenda on the Armenian Genocide in the U.S. Congress, were incensed by Turkish condemnations of Israel.
Obama's interview has provided a new punctuation point in American foreign policy, and it is not "continuous" foreign policy at all. This is a new game and a very impressive new leader.
Enraged by the abrasive tone of Turkey's condemnation of Israel's attack on Gaza, Israeli officials and Turkish analysts are now raising the possibility that Tel Aviv may retaliate.
The human tragedy that has befallen Gaza's Palestinians -- Hamas supporters or not -- warrants every American to take cognizance because of its consequences for a durable Middle East peace.
As long as Hamas rules its Gaza roost with its iron fist, any hope for a two state solution is just not in the cards. Hamas plays with a crooked deck.
Lame-duck Palestinian, Israeli and US leaders are making serious effort these days to ensure that the Israeli-Palestinian peace process enters an irreversible track before they leave office.
JERUSALEM — Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni on Thursday called on the country's embattled prime minister to step down immediately in light ...
Why after the Israel-Lebanon 34-day war two years ago, and particularly after the Doha accord in May, which restored Hezbollah to the Lebanese governm...
Israel has secretly accomplished more diplomatically in the past few months with its adversaries than anything that Condi Rice could have or would have brokered in years.
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