Israel Cannot Indefinitely Control The Palestinians

Periodic rounds of violence are an inseparable part of the Israeli right’s one-state vision.

10/18/2015 - 20:00
Special To The Jewish Week

Last week, as I looked through the Jewish Week’s website, I found out that I have something in common with my justice minister Ayelet Shaked. In an interview published in The Jewish Week, Shaked told of the deep influence her military service in Hebron had on her worldview and her choice to lead her life as a politician. In 2001, as a young soldier, I spent my first tour of duty in Hebron. In total, I served as a soldier and commander in the city for about 14 months during the Second Intifada. Like Shaked, I learned lessons in Hebron that have guided me ever since.

Yehuda Shaul

Poll: Settlers Split On Leaving West Bank

43 percent would relocate if compensated, while 40 percent wouldn’t, even with referendum; survey commissioned by two-state solution group.

03/17/2014 - 20:00
Staff Writer

Of the 95,000 Jews living outside of Israel’s security fence in the West Bank, fully 40 percent said they would refuse to leave even if Israelis voted in a referendum for the establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank.

A third of residents in the West Bank settlement of Ariel, above, say they would leave if compensated. Wikimedia Commons

Settlers Arrested For Allegedly Carrying Out Hebron 'Price Tag' Attack

'Price tag' refers to Jewish extremists' practice of retributive attacks on Palestinians and Arabs.
12/02/2012 - 19:00

Three residents of Jewish West Bank settlements were arrested on suspicion of carrying out a price tag attack near Hebron.

The men were arrested late Sunday night after a car was set ablaze in the Palestinian village of Dahariya near Hebron. The words "price tag" were spray painted on a wall near the arson attack.

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