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Yakir Englander , Kids4Peace International vice-president and visiting assistant professor in religious studies at Northwestern University in Illinois, recently gave a lecture on the role of religion in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Partnership with the Doha-based airline is aimed at winning back passengers from deep-pocketed Middle Eastern rivals such as Emirates Cathay Pacific is looking to tap into Qatar Airways' network of 31 European destinations.
This photograph, taken by Don Presser of Carmel, shows what could be the world's only "documented" black flamingo, in a salt pond in Eilat, Israel.
Saudi princesses seek their freedom: Several daughters of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, including Sahar and Jawaher seen here in this undated photo, say they have been held for the past 13 years in the royal compound in Jeddah.
Eerie, mountain-framed pictures taken by Kaupo Kikkas show the cinema in a ghostly location among sand dunes, rocks and North African heat.
Ten years ago, Jerusalem was just starting to emerge from the Second Intifada, which scared away local residents as well as investors.
The rabbi of Temple Adas Israel talks about how the temple has evolved, a educational trip to Israel and leaving the temple after 15 years.
In an address before the Israeli parliament Wednesday, Cameron said Britain will stand alongside Israel in opposing a nuclear Iran and combating Islamic extremism.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is visiting nearby Oman on his first trip to an Arab country since taking office last year.
On January 23, I was walking home from a shopping sojourn in the mega-urban environs of Garden City.
An airline owned by the United Arab Emirates said it "emphatically refutes" claims that it excludes Israel from its official travel-route map and refuses to transport Israelis.
If the U.S. government turns over the bulk collection of telephone data to an independent third party, higher costs and delays in identifying potential threats could result, the Navy admiral nominated to be the next head of the troubled National Security Agency said Tuesday.
In January, SEG leadership toured the Gulf Cooperation Council and familiarized themselves with our Middle East Office and constituents.
In a story March 9 about the U.S. secretary of commerce's trade mission to the Middle East, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Penny Pritzker is on her first trip outside of North America since being named commerce secretary.