Jewish families hosted by Palestinian families for post-fast meal; ‘I wanted to share the good precious holy moments of Ramadan with other people,’ says Arab woman hosting Jews for iftar.
In effort to pull money from Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority, Gaza rulers shut down Jawwal offices until they pay taxes to Hamas.
After four people murdered over the past week in violent incidents in the Arab sector, Israeli Arabs are frustrated at what they perceive as lack of interest from authorities.
SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Some 1,200 inmates fled a prison in Yemen on Tuesday after guards deserted their posts amid fierce fighting between Shiite rebels and their opponents, officials said.
As deadline for negotiations extended in a week, both American and Iranian leaders mark their ground, with Rouhani saying Tehran would resume nuclear work if West violates deal.
CAIRO (AP) — President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi vowed Tuesday to accelerate a crackdown on extremists and bring "swift justice" after the assassination of Egypt's chief prosecutor, raising the prospect of carrying out executions of senior Muslim Brotherhood figures, including the former president.
Delegates call on United Church of Christ’s financial arms to sell off stock in any company profiting from ‘human rights violations arising from the occupation’; economic impact on Israel expected to be negligible.
Infrastructure Minister Steinitz presents Israeli public with framework of gas plan, saying the plan breaks the monopoly, limits domestic prices, and gives Israelis a 70% stake in the massive Leviathan gas field.