The Temple Mount, Israel’s holiest of holy places, has become a fulcrum for acts of terrorism.
Nineteen years after he was assassinated, no Israeli leader has emerged who can bring about permanent peace, says Marc Schulman.
Many Israelis agree with the characterization of Prime Minister Netanyahu, if not the words.
Israelis are questioning the timing of more building permissions in East Jerusalem
Drug smuggling and terrorism are closely interlinked in Israel, where violence has returned.
No sooner has the war with Hamas ended than Israel is threatened from its northern borders.
As the holidays start, Israelis watch as the Gaza War summer draws to an end.
Israelis are wary of Syrian rebels taking a Golan Heights border post, Marc Schulman reports
Hamas leaders emerging from their bunkers is a sure sign of peace, says Marc Schulman
As the number of Hamas missiles drops, running for shelter has become a minor nuisance, says Marc Schulman
The killing without trial of “collaborators,” including women, in Gaza City remind Israelis who they are fighting, says Marc Schulman
Losing half its top military commanders in Israeli airstrikes, Hamas is acting dazed and confused, Marc Schulman writes
Reports say Hamas’s top commander is dead—and Netanyahu is attacked by colleagues, writes Marc Schulman
Pressure mounts on Netanyahu to do “something drastic” in response to renewed attacks, Marc Schulman writes
Details of the armistice dribble out: neither side wins much, reports Marc Schulman
Israelis are divided over whether to back more military action or a political solution, Marc Shulman writes
Israeli TV no longer interrupts programs for rocket attacks. On with the basketball.
Israel will set up its own inquiry with distinguished jurors, reports Marc Schulman
As Hamas resumes its rocket attacks, Israelis are turning on their government for declaring the war over too soon, says Marc Schulman
Israel should resist responding to Hamas’s rocket attacks and wait for them to agree terms, says Marc Schulman
Tel Aviv Diary: A "permanent" ceasefire is agreed as the last of Hamas's tunnels are cleared
Israelis have mixed feelings about troops’ withdrawal from Gaza as Hamas appears to run low on long-range missiles
The kidnapping of a soldier is the last straw for Israelis, Marc Schulman reports