In conversation with Fauda director Rotem Shamir: 'The show portrays the circle of violence that doesn't end'
With a successful third season of Fauda behind him, director Rotem Shamir speaks about his experiences helming “the Narcos of the Middle East” and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which serves as the setting for the series.
14 wounded in clashes between Muslim worshippers and Israeli Police at disputed holy site in Jerusalem
Muslim worshippers and Israeli Police clashed Sunday at a major Jerusalem holy site during prayers marking the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Adha.
Amid international criticism, Israel begins demolition of Palestinian homes near occupied West Bank area of Jerusalem
Israel began demolishing a number of Palestinian homes it considers illegal south of Jerusalem early Monday, in a move which has drawn international concern.
It Must Be Heaven review: Elia Suleiman travels from Nazareth to Paris to New York in search of a new home
It Must Be Heaven, which saw Elia Suleiman return to Cannes after 10 years, showed yet again why he has often been considered a spiritual descendant of Chaplin, Keaton, Lloyd and Tati.
Israel's security forces should be prosecuted for war crimes against Palestinians in Gaza, says UN panel; Benjamin Netanyahu rejects report
Israeli security forces may have committed war crimes and crimes against humanity in killing 189 Palestinians and wounding more than 6,100 at weekly protests in Gaza last year, United Nations investigators said on Thursday.
Angela Merkel visits Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem, says Germany has 'everlasting responsibility' to combat antisemitism
Angela Merkel's visit comes as part of German-Israeli government consultations held regularly. Merkel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will set aside their list of differences for the talks to showcase cooperation between their two countries.
Hebron, with a population of 200,000, is the most troubled city in the West Bank
“Clashes” are often reported between Palestinian protesters and the Israeli military in the West Bank. What may not be immediately clear is the nature of many of these clashes.
Airstrikes on Gaza strip kill 18-month-old, three other Palestinians; Israel says attacks targeted only Hamas military bases
Israeli airstrikes on Gaza killed an 18-month-old infant and three other Palestinians. Israel, however, says that Hamas military bases were its only target
These photographs present the study in contrasts that is the fate of Israelis and Palestinians in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Palestinian lives — those of children and adults alike — are marked in every aspect by the Israeli occupation. Here are a few instances of its effect on their daily lives
After Israel unleashed its biggest air strikes on the Gaza Strip since a 2014 war, Hamas claimed to have signed a peace treaty with Israel to stop the escalation of violence
Israelis participate in 'Jerusalem march' ahead of shifting of US embassy, Palestinians prepare for protests over relocation
Israelis basked in national pride and pro-American fervour as tens of thousands participated in a Jerusalem march, a day ahead of the controversial US embassy move to the disputed city
David Grossman, Booker Prize winner and critic of Israel's Palestine policy, wins country's top prize for literature
Grossman, who won the 2017 Man Booker International Prize for fiction, will receive the Israel Prize on Independence Day in April.
Narendra Modi's Ramallah 'outreach' policy could go a long way in establishing peace between Israel, Palestine
Narendra Modi's outreach to the Palestinian people reaffirms that the Indian government wants to continue its historic engagement with the Palestinian cause.
Israel's PM Netanyahu acts cautiously on US threat to cut aid to Palestine but calls for dismantling of UNRWA
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu trod carefully on Sunday around a threatened U.S. aid cut to Palestinians, stopping short of backing a funding halt as he repeated calls for a UN agency that helps Palestinian refugees to be dismantled.
Proud of India joining countries at UN to vote against recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital: Mehbooba Mufti
Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Mehbooba Mufti said on Friday she was proud of India's decision to vote in the UN against the US recognising Jerusalem
Recep Erdogan attacks Donald Trump over Jerusalem decision, says Turkey to open 'embassy to Palestine in Jerusalem'
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed hope that Turkey would soon be able to open an embassy to a Palestinian state in East Jerusalem
AIMMM calls Donald Trump's Jerusalem decision 'unjustified, irresponsible', urges New Delhi to openly support Palestine
AIMMM said United States president Donald Trump's declaration recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is "unjustified and irresponsible".
Four dead, dozens injured as protests break about in Palestine, Beirut over Donald Trump's Jerusalem decision
Palestinians staged three "days of rage" after US president Donald Trump's dramatic announcement recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital