Bethlehem’s last Christians?
Silence meets persecution of Palestinian Christians
Benzion Netanyahu, PM’s father, is laid to rest in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JWN)—Benzion Netanyahu, the father of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, died Monday morning in Jerusalem at the age of 102 and was buried in the capital’s Har Hamenuhot Cemetery in the afternoon. The prime minister said in a eulogy that his father had shown him what commitment was, both to the state and to family. ... Benzion Netanyahu, PM’s father, is laid to rest in Jerusalem
Ex-Shin Bet chief says he has no faith in Netanyahu
Arouses stormy debate over Israel’s leadership
Top Egyptian presidential hopeful calls peace treaty 'dead and buried'
Amr Moussa says Camp David Accords are ‘history'
Daniel K. Eisenbud: Of tragedy and triumph
Israel builds with blood and tears—and joy and hope
Barak: Israel shouldn’t think sanctions will stop Iran
‘Iran not rational in the Western sense of the term’
Netanyahu seeking delay in Ulpana outpost demolition
Court ordered removal of 30 homes built on Palestinian land
PA minister resigns in protest over censorship
JERUSALEM (JWN and agencies)—Palestinian Authority Minister of Communications Mashhour Abu Daka resigned on Thursday apparently in protest over his government’s censorship of websites critical of PA President Mahmoud Abbas. Although for public consumption Abu Daka said he quit for “personal reasons,” he resigned shortly after accusing PA Attorney-General Ahmed al-Mughni of blocking the critical websites ... PA minister resigns in protest over censorship
‘60 Minutes’ unholy piece on Holy Land Christians