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An expert says the findings reflect both nationalistic and practical feelings.
In an interview before his arrival, the US president preferred not to address most core issues.
Hollywood actor and technology enthusiast defends online vacation rental company in the face of disruptive demonstrator's rant about West Bank settlements.
One of the biggest achievements of the €900,000-twinning program was the Israeli Environmental Protection Ministry’s publication of a draft Integrated Environmental Licensing Law.
By SHARON UDASIN
South African government's move to demand labeling should come as no surprise.
By ILAN BARUCH
The anticipated UN decision to establish a Palestinian state within the 1967 Green Line border is a vital Israeli interest.
By JOSHUA SOBOL
A new research contends that by settling in East Jerusalem, nationalist Jewish groups are undermining Israel’s claims to West Jerusalem.
By KAMOUN BEN SHIMON
Israelis will give their lives to hold onto Jerusalem, just as the British would for London, the Russians for Moscow and the Americans for Washington.
By SARAH HONIG
The question for the US now is whether the rocket fired at the Green Zone was an attack and who carried it out. It took place after darkness fell in Baghdad on May 19.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Residents in the town of Barta’a in northern Israel and Samaria (West Bank) live in a constant identity crisis between the security barrier and the Green Line.
By FRANZISKA KNUPPER
Minister okays construction of public housing units for Holocaust survivors in J'lem neighborhood beyond Green Line.
By DANIELLE ZIRI AND DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Survey finds that some 2/3 of public believe if school was located within Green Line, it would not have faced same fight for recognition.
By DANIELLE ZIRI
Police release driver in Neve Daniel hit and run that hit IDF soldiers, rule out terrorist motive.
By BEN HARTMAN
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