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When Abu Ghosh kindergarten teacher Safa Utman stepped out of her home on Nataf Street on Tuesday morning, she found that all of her family's cars' tires had been slashed, leaving her with no way to get to work.
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Center Field: According to Herzl's utopian novel, "we are duty-bound to increase beauty and wisdom upon the earth until our last breath."
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President Shimon Peres will celebrate his 90th birthday Tuesday night at the start of his fifth annual Facing Tomorrow conferee night in Jerusalem, with hundreds of world leaders, dignitaries and famous faces in attendance.
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Welfare Minister Meir Cohen said he has ordered the ministry to allocate a budget in the amount of NIS 7.5 million to operations against women trafficking and prostitution in Israel, during a meeting of the Knesset Committee on the Status of Women on Tuesday.
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Police say 28 cars vandalized, houses sprayed with graffiti in Arab village in alleged "price tag" attack; Danino says arrests will be made in connection to attack "very soon"; Peres: Attack crosses a red line.
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Israel has frozen nearly all housing starts in settlements in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, Housing Minister Uri Ariel said on Tuesday, in an apparent bid to help US efforts to revive peace talks with the Palestinians.
BRADENTON, Fla., March 19, 2012 -- The great American writer and philosopher Henry James coined the term "moral equivalence," and everywhere in the Middle East, the equation it describes is held fast to diplomats' hearts.
The PLO's chief negotiator, Saeb Erekat, accused the Israeli government on Monday of officially having declared the death of the "two-state solution".
In this Jan. 21, 2013 file photo, Naftali Bennett, head of the Jewish Home party, touches the stones of the Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews can pray, in Jerusalem's Old City.
Whenever Dr. Saliba Sarsar returns to his native Jerusalem he makes a point of visiting the Liberty Bell Garden, built in 1976 in honor of the American bicentennial.
As two new books detail, Israel's ultra-Orthodox community has formed a partisan bloc able to manipulate the country's political system even as it makes little effort to hide its contempt for secular democracy.
Island nation to send 170 peacekeepers to help replace the 380 Austrian troops who left last week; Fijians due to arrive at end of month.
Bayit Yehudi head, Economics Minister Naftali Bennett, said Monday that the idea of establishing a Palestinian state has reached a dead end and should be forsaken.
US President Barack Obama faces what could be a frosty G8 meeting with Vladimir Putin on Monday after the Russian leader clashed with the West over plans to arm Syrian rebels fighting President Bashar Assad.
The US Supreme Court's unanimous ruling last week that newly discovered genes belong to humankind and cannot be patented will be a boon "to patients, their families, their doctors, scientists - and common sense," said the University of Washington's Prof.