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"Our roots trace back to here . . . Not far from here the Children of Israel entered the Promised Land."
The soldiers have not been back to the site as a group since its liberation in 1967.
There is no difference between the Land of Israel and the State of Israel.
The record has been 20,060 Jewish visitors ascending to the Temple Mount within one year.
Exclusive interview with a Six Day War veteran as he shares the story of Israel in 1967!
For the first time in many years, the White House released a statement regarding Jewish settlements, without the adjectives illegal or illegitimate next to it.
The vote on annexation of Ma'ale Adumim was unanimously postponed until the prime minister meets with the new US president.
Abu Mazen is no stranger to bombshells or bombs, but his latest statement has everyone speculating about the show he is expected to give at the UN.
PA unity government leader Mahmoud Abbas vows he won't give up on even "one inch" of land captured by Israel in 1967.
One of the least talked about issues in “peace talks” is security. Kerry “thinks,” pardon the term, that Abbas has stopped terror, so why didn’t the PA, instead of the IDF, raid Jenin to arrest a terrorist?
Israeli and Palestinian Authority negotiators met for a second round of hush-hush peace talks on Tuesday, reportedly in Jericho. The first round of talks was...
It’s been a tough year for the Guardian’s “research” department. Earlier in Oct., the Press Complaints Commission concluded that the Guardian’s “unequivocal statement” in their “Style Guide” that “Tel Aviv is the capital of Israel” was incorrect and therefore breached “the Editors’ Code of Practice.
The delegates arrived from all over the world including Denmark, Sweden, Turkey and Australia, to take part in the New Media & Public Diplomacy Seminar at Ariel University in Samaria. Their formal goal is to "gain a better understanding of how public diplomacy shapes the Middle East conflict," but they are also counting on having a lot of fun.
An EU directive will impose customs duty on products made in the cities of Modiin and Maccabim-Reut, built on what was no-man's land between 1949 and 1967.
The concept of a ‘belligerent occupation’ does not apply here. What country owned the territory that Israel ‘occupied’? Not Jordan, which was there illegally, nor Britain, whose Mandate had ended, nor the Ottoman Empire, which no longer existed. The nation with the best claim was Israel, the nation-state of the Jewish people, who were the intended beneficiaries of the Mandate. Judea and Samaria are disputed, not occupied, and the Jewish people have a prima facie claim.
Forty-five years after the Six Day War, declassified transcripts of the Israeli cabinet and government committee meetings in the days after war that ended on June 10, 1967 were released this June. The documents provide a breathtaking insight into the efforts of Israeli leaders to reach a peace settlement with the countries and groups which had been at war with Israel.