The Palestinians will remain stateless after anti-settlements resolution, writes Israeli government minister Michael Oren.
The move would inflame our ally Jordan and encourage Iran and Hezbollah.
David Friedman is against a two-state solution and wants to annex the West Bank.
Hilik Bar, deputy speaker of the Israeli parliament, outlines his vision for resolving the decades-long conflict.
The Israeli prime minister supports a measure that would legalize Israeli settlement homes on private Palestinian land in the West Bank.
What would happen were Israel to withdraw from the Golan?
The criticism of the Israeli bill that seeks to quieten calls to prayer is just background noise, writes its sponsor Robert Ilatov.
The former U.S. president has urged the outgoing leader to make a bold and unprecedented move.
The president-elect must create the conditions that allow for serious negotiations.
Fatah has completely failed to make the change to becoming a modern political party.
Khaled Meshaal has warned Israel of the consequences of angering the "Palestinian community."
Both Arabs and Jews must be held to the same law if evacuation goes ahead, Nir Barkat said.
There's been a sharp drop in Arab-Israeli birthrates, while Jewish birthrates have been rising.
Science minister Ofir Akunis has called for Israel to start building more settlements in the West Bank.
Residents of interior Israel are gleeful there will be a president who will approve more settlements .
Apologizing for the Balfour Declaration won't achieve a two-state solution.
Exiled Mohammed Dahlan says he will not challenge Abbas for the Palestinian presidency.
In the lame-duck months, Barack Obama might pursue initiatives aimed at a two-state solution.
Hilal Al Quds football team posed for a picture of attacker who killed two Israelis in a Jerusalem attack.
Israel condemns U.N. agency's denial of a Jewish connection to sites considered holiest in Judaism.
Peres leaves behind a country at a crossroads, awaiting its next chapter, writes John Lyndon.