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Israel's parliament has moved to ensure African migrants who enter the country illegally can be held without charge, despite a Supreme Court ruling that had struck down a previous detention law.
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The newspaper, quoting experts and environmental Israeli , stated that to pass the water along this distance, would lead to the spread of bacteria that is not good for the environment Newspaper quoted Israeli experts today about their views on the Israeli Memorandum of Jordanian understanding of Palestinian-Israeli meeting that took place yesterday ... (more)
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"You know full well I am not guilty and that this accusation is false," Qatada, in prison overalls, told the judge of the state security court in the Jordanian capital, Amman.
In "My Promised Land," Ari Shavit's anguished book about Israel, there is plenty about the mistreatment of Palestinians - today, yesterday and always.
A senior Palestinian official said the United States was asking Palestinians to make security concessions in peace talks with Israel in order to silence the Jewish state's criticism of world power diplomacy over Iran's nuclear program.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is returning to the Mideast for more peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians, and then will travel on to Vietnam and the Philippines, the State Department said Monday.
JERUSALEM - Fresh off a series of scandals over his high-flying lifestyle and expensive habits, Israel's prime minister says he will skip Nelson Mandela's funeral on Tuesday due to the high cost of the trip.
An Ultra Orthodox Jewish man prays during a demonstration to support Ultra-Orthodox Jews who were detained for refusing to report to a military recruitment center in front of the Israeli military prison 6 near Haifa, Israel, Monday, Dec. 9, 2013.
Israeli President Shimon Peres announced his support for same-sex marriage during a trip to Mexico, the Israeli newspaper Ynet News reports.
A new study says that violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder cautions than cable shows that are equal in gore.
Groups say World Bank's plan to build pipeline from Red Sea will destroy the Dead Sea, as water levels decline at rapid rate.
A visit to Israel by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Sunday was marred by a dispute over a new security scanner on the Gaza border, an Israeli official said.
An American singer with no Arab heritage nearly took the top prize in the "Arabs Got Talent" television show this weekend, breaking into the top three alongside a Palestinian artist and a Syrian dance troupe.
Palestinians mourned Nelson Mandela as their most loyal champion, lighting candles in special prayer services Sunday and holding his picture like a shield in confrontations with Israeli troops.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's main coalition partner publicly prodded him on Sunday to show "historic courage" and reach a peace deal with the Palestinians even at the risk of his government's collapse.
The 17 year-old son of Father Gabriel Nadaf, a Greek Orthodox Priest who supports the State of Israel as well as IDF recruitment of non-Jewish Israelis, was violently attacked in Nazareth Friday night.