The prospect of a future with 3,000 new jobs and sparkling sweet chocolate-colored liquid may bring peace to Gaza.
The sister of Gaza's Hamas deputy leader Moussa Abu Marzouk is being treated in an Israeli hospital, politics aside.
Kerry reportedly will offer Israel a deal it can’t accept.
Sweden and John Kerry would make wonderful partners to get lost in the same maze.
Sweden's new prime minister-elect has recognized the so-called 'state of Palestine,' albeit illegal, without borders.
Now Kerry can concenrate on makes problems elsewhere.
Senior govt ministers warn PM Netanyahu he will inflame US tempers by lifting building freeze.
Reports that the Defense Minister banned PA Arabs from sharing buses with Israelis on either side of the Green Line are patently false.
Kerry snubs Ya'alon, but the Israeli D.M. gets great press coverage in leading U.S. newspaper.
A terror cell attacked Israeli soldiers patrolling the southern border Wednesday from the Sinai Peninsula.
Israel's UN ambassador refuted secretary-general's hackneyed and false understanding of instability in the Middle East.
An Israeli and an Arab poll results after the war.
A clear majority of Jewish Israelis oppose a Palestinian state, once they're told the details of what it means.
Kerry might need to find a different spokeswoman who is better at lying.
PLO ignores US aid cut threats, saying it will introduce UNSC resolution to 'end occupation' by 2016
He stopped short of saying Israeli surrender to the PA would stop ISIS sex slavery.
Russia announces it will support the PA in its bid to demand the UN Security Council set a deadline for Israel to pull back to the 1949 Armistice lines.
Indyk is the epitome of the US view that Israel should be America’s Jewish image.
Peace Now co-founder slams construction over the 'Green Line' but his company invests in building up the same areas in Jerusalem.
The “peace process” and the “State of Palestine” campaign are a two-ring circus.