In the shadow of a global pandemic, we recount eight unusual events as Israel celebrates the Jewish festival of lights.
Encountering Peace: Walls and fences are not the recipe for peace.
Encountering Peace: Israelis and Palestinians will have to come to terms with each other. But neither side is prepared to do so at this time.
"Of course, there is nervousness. It is a process. Now the good news is that the journey has begun," U.S. Rabbi Marc Schneier said to CNN's Becky Anderson. "And that is a part of the process."
What makes the very presence of Arab ministers in Warsaw significant, even if they do not shake hands with Netanyahu in front of whirling cameras, is that the Palestinians asked them not to come.
Our region is desperate for a new kind of rhetoric and a new kind of political leadership that is unlikely to emerge from the monotony and fear we are immersed in.
If US President Donal Trump does not present his peace plan in the coming weeks, French President Emmanuel Macron will present his own peace plan.
The Two-State Index draws heavily, though not exclusively, on input and analysis from the original Geneva Initiative.
Current diplomatic efforts to prevent war between Israel and Hamas, end the intra-Palestinian divide and forge a comprehensive regional peace appear doomed to failure.
The Palestinian ambassador to Riyadh, Basem Al-Agha, told Reuters that King Salman had expressed support for Palestinians in a recent meeting with Abbas.