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The least violent and most threatening intifada is in the Negev and Galilee, where Jews are a minority outside of Haifa and Be’er Sheva.
A Gaza sniper shot an killed an Israeli civilian near the Gaza security fence.
How much more ridiculous can Palestinian Authority Arabs make themselves appear before foreign ministers stop taking them seriously?
Benny Begin's "stinking maneuver" sought to legalize an illegal land grab of thousands of acres by Bedouin invaders.
When Erdogan blames Israel for bringing down Morsi, the government condemns him, but it stays silent when a far more dangerous man, an Israeli preacher, says the same thing to Arab citizens of Israel.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has turned his schedule upside down to keep his three-ring circus from collapsing under his “peace tent” that...
“Any plan to resettle members of the Bedouin community must be developed with leaders of that community rather than be forced upon them.”
At stake are hundreds of thousands of acres in the Negev, claimed by Bedouin squatters.
An Israeli Bedouin serving a life prison sentence in Egypt on charges of being a spy has begun a hunger strike to draw attention...
Nearly 1.5 million Arabs are Israelis. Most are decent citizens, even if not Zionists. But more and more want to destroy Israel. For the first time, an Israeli Arab allegedly joined Syrian jihadists.
An Israeli Jew saved two Bedouin brothers from the fate of three other brothers who drowned last Thursday, it was revealed this week. The brothers...
Israel’s Antiquities Authority detectives have their hands full trying looking for thieves who rob the country of one of its greatest treasure – history. A thief was caught with a 300-year-old parchment of the Torah.
Gunmen opened fire in a children's park in south Sinai on Saturday night, wounding six, officials told the Ma'an news agency.
Mount Tabor, standing 575 meters above sea level at the eastern end of the Jezreel Valley, is the site of the battle fought by Deborah and Barak against the Canaanite king Sisera, according to the Bible. Now it is the site of two monestaries, with three Bedouin villages nestled at its base.
Yishai is joined by Yaakov Katz, military correspondent for the Jerusalem Post. Together, they talk about the current situation in the Sinai and potential and creative solutions in order to bring peace and stability back to the area.
No sooner had we recovered from our bout of laughter over Turkey criticizing Israel for its actions in Gaza ("Talking Turkey," op-ed, Feb. 6) than an even more Orwellian event took place when it was reported that Jordan planned to file a criminal lawsuit against Israeli officials for alleged war crimes.