Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu may find himself politically damaged if his former Foreign Minister is convicted of fraud and breach of trust
As Syria’s civil war rages on, Israel worries about the consequences of chaos and bets that Bashar Assad’s forces are stretched too thin to retaliate
In 2009 an Israeli geologist discovered oil embedded in rock in the ground southwest of Jerusalem. There’s lots of it — and it could change the Middle East forever
TIME’s Jerusalem bureau chief describes life under strict security regimes in Turkey and Israel — and how it quickly becomes normal. Are there lessons for the U.S.?
The Prime Minister of Turkey is a big winner, scoring an apology from Israel and a ceasefire from the Kurds.
The American President poured on the charm in an effort to persuade Israelis and Palestinians to get back on the peace process — and a two-state solution
The two leaders seem to be going out of their way to show how friendly they have become
The American President, already suffering a dearth of popularity in Israel, isn’t getting high marks from the Palestinians either
Iron Dome is a huge and economical success for Israel’s security. But politics makes the definition of success a much more furtive thing
The Prime Minister appears to have ceded a great deal of authority to two newcomers: Yair Lapid and Naftali Bennett.
The alarms rang out lout over the weekend but the third intifadeh isn’t happening–yet.