In the lame-duck months, Barack Obama might pursue initiatives aimed at a two-state solution.
Those who wish to contest elections should be forced to choose between bullets and ballots.
The warning comes after Israeli strikes on the territory in response to militant rocket fire.
Some Israelis ask, with near admiration, "How does Putin get away with it?" After all, his air force has been killing hundreds of innocent civilians in Syria.
Rocket lands in Sderot with no casualties, and Israel responds by striking Hamas posts in Gaza town of Beit Hanoun.
The Israeli leader causes controversy by claiming that Palestinian leaders steal from their people.
The Palestinian Authority names parks and schools after murderers and broadcasts anti-Semitic hate.
The provocative claim comes ahead of October's local and municipal elections.
The Sinai Province branch of ISIS is waging an insurgency against the Egyptian government.
Israeli security only allowed ten players through the Erez checkpoint.
The minister offended the Palestinians' national poet after an Israeli radio broadcast.
Israeli airline El Al decided against opening flights to Santiago de Compostela because of the city's boycott motion.
The U.N. agency UNRWA has come under scrutiny since caches of weapons, such as rockets, were found stored in its schools and medical clinics in Gaza.
The game that is taking the world by storm brings the Israeli-Palestinian conflict into a new arena.
Egypt's top diplomat makes first visit in decade for talks on reviving peace process with the Palestinians.
Concerned that social media posts are fueling a series of lone-wolf attacks, Israel is increasing online monitoring—and further angering young Palestinians.
It ensures the use of all force necessary to prevent the capture of an Israeli soldier.
The agreement is expected to include terms allowing Turkish aid to Gaza.
The defense project would protect the 60 kilometer length of the Israel-Gaza border.