Israel's president writes for Newsweek on the legacy of the Balfour Declaration.
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Tehran fell out with Hamas when the Palestinian Islamist movement turned its back on Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad in 2012.
But ever the realist, the Israeli leader knows that his window of opportunity won't last forever.
During a planning meeting between U.S. and Israeli officials, the Israelis were told they not have jurisdiction in the area.
Trump's visit to the Christian holy site will follow trips to Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem.
The leaked information concerning the militant group's charter doesn't change its commitment to wage jihad on Israel.
Paris conference's final document is intended as a 'subliminal message to the Trump administration.'
The conference of 70 nations is expected to send a signal to Donald Trump not to back away from the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
Attacker is shot dead after aiming his truck at a group of Israeli soldiers on a public promenade.
Local economics trump the international BDS movement, as the West Bank's 'captive economy' is rough on businesses and consumers.
"Is ours the generation that gives up on the dream of a Jewish-Democratic state of Israel, living in peace and security with its neighbors?"
Republican candidate's promise to Benjamin Netanyahu would be a dramatic shift in U.S. policy on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Google plays a trepidatious role in geopolitical affairs, looking to appease everyone.
Rocket lands in Sderot with no casualties, and Israel responds by striking Hamas posts in Gaza town of Beit Hanoun.
The further absorption of Palestinian land leads to one outcome: the geographic impossibility of a two-state solution.
Concerned that social media posts are fueling a series of lone-wolf attacks, Israel is increasing online monitoring—and further angering young Palestinians.
Deputy military chief says he's 'finding signs' of the 'nauseating processes that occurred in Europe...back then' in Israel today.
UN envoy to Palestinian territories says Israeli settlements is a 'provocation.'
Yet the Obama administration is still discussing ways to help preserve the prospect of a two-state solution.
Adelson spoke about details of his plan at a private event in New York City on Monday.
The political conflict between Hamas and Fatah appears intractable, writes Jonathan Schanzer.
The negotiations Kerry brokered in 2013-2014 should form the basis of a U.N. Security Council settlement.
A wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence that began more than eight weeks ago has shown no end in sight.
Young Palestinians have killed 19 Israelis and an American in spontaneous attacks over the last two months, while Israel forces have killed 91 Palestinians.