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As Israel pursues an expanded settlement agenda in Palestinian territory, even its friends are beginning to sound like its adversaries. The European Union issued a damning report this week, calling the Israeli government’s construct-and-control...
Tags: Government, Judaism, Israel, New York University, White House
"The Law in These Parts" sounds like the title of a routine western, maybe something starring Tom Mix or Johnny Mack Brown, but it turns out to be considerably more compelling and provocative. Directed by Ra'anan Alexandrowicz and winner of the World...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Israel, Fatah, Justice System, West Bank
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.JERUSALEM -- Israel’s attorney general said Thursday he would indict Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman on charges of fraud and breach of trust but would drop a more serious money-laundering case that had loomed over the right-wing lawmaker’s...
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JERUSALEM -- Israel gave a green light Monday to 1,500 new units of Jewish housing in the Ramat Shlomo development in the northern Jerusalem area, an expansion that had triggered a diplomatic rift with the U.S. after it was first announced during a 2010...
JERUSALEM -- The Jerusalem district planning committee has granted approval to build another 1,200 housing units in Gilo, expanding the Jewish neighborhood built on Jerusalem-area land seized by Israel in 1967. It was the latest in a series of similar...
Tags: Israel, West Bank, Elections, Politics, Nelson Mandela
JERUSALEM — About 250 Palestinian activists set up dozens of tents Friday on a large plot of land east of Jerusalem that Israel has designated as the site of a new settlement. The Palestinians hope the tent village — called Bab al-Shams,...
JERUSALEM – Israel took another step Wednesday toward developing a highly sensitive plot of West Bank land, submitting construction plans for nearly 3,400 units of new Jewish housing on the outskirts of Jerusalem. The project, known as E-1, has...
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World NowJERUSALEM -- Israel fired warning shots into Syria on Sunday after an apparently errant mortar shell struck an Israeli military post in the Golan Heights, the latest example of regional spillover from Syria’s civil unrest. The Syrian mortar caused...
World NowThe six-year legal battle over Migron came to an end Sunday as the flagship Jewish outpost in the West Bank quietly emptied of its residents, leaving security forces to deal with outside pro-settlement activists on the site throughout the morning and...
World NowTwo new outposts of settlers have gone up in the West Bank in recent months, according to a report by the Israeli anti-settlement organization Peace Now. The organization noted that unlike the usual makeshift set-up of such outposts, these come complete...
World NowMembers of a government advisory panel said Monday they have recommended that Israel formally authorize dozens of West Bank settlements that were built without military permission, including some currently slated for demolition because they sit on private...
World NowIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday outlined a plan to save five houses in a West Bank outpost near Beit-El, despite the government's promise to the Supreme Court that it would remove the structures built illegally on lands claimed to be...
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