Israel-Palestinian Conflict

2 Jews Killed In Tel Aviv Stabbing Attack While Praying

11/18/2015 - 19:00

Jerusalem — Two Jewish men were stabbed to death and one was injured while praying at an office building in Tel Aviv.

ZAKA personnel cleaning the scene where two Israelis were killed and at least two others wounded in a stabbing attack. JTA

Will Israel’s Terror Fight Gain Sympathy?

Guarded hope that counterterrorism focus in Europe will lead to greater understanding on the Israeli-Palestinian front.

11/17/2015 - 19:00
Contributing Editor

Tel Aviv — “We understand more than anyone else,” read the decoration on the memorial candle outside the French embassy here.

Hundreds of Israelis attending a rally Saturday night at Rabin Square in Tel Aviv in solidarity with Paris. JTA

Online, Pols Battle It Out Over Rock-Throwing Photo

Twitterstorm leads to calls for Arab-American Association to lose council funding.

10/14/2015 - 20:00
Deputy Managing Director

A Jewish councilman and a prominent Arab-American activist got into a Twitter war over a tweet she posted commending a child’s “courage” for throwing rocks at Israeli soldiers. 

A young boy toddles toward Israeli soldiers, rock in hand. Via twitter.com

Report: Hamas Killed Rival Palestinians Under Cover Of Conflict With Israel

05/26/2015 - 20:00

Jerusalem — Hamas used the cover of last summer’s conflict with Israel to torture and kill Palestinians from rival factions, according to a new report.

With Obama Trip Looming, New Realism Limits Options

The idea of ‘linkage’ of Israel-Palestinian conflict with wider problems is all but dead.
02/12/2013 - 19:00
Special To The Jewish Week

President Barack Obama, entering his second and last term as chief executive, may be thinking about cementing his legacy. But whispers that he may seek to do it by brokering Israeli-Palestinian peace have the whiff of wishful thinking by those who would like to see it happen — and paranoia by those who don’t.

President Obama at the Western Wall in 2008, the last time he was in Israel. Getty Images
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