An Israeli journalist argues that ranking Syria above all other problems in the region shouldn't result in ignoring 'lesser' ones.
Khaled Asakreh, who was jailed for murder at age 18, talks about his new vision for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict – without violence.
Rabbi Issamar Ginzberg has built a reputation for giving solid business advice and guiding ultra-Orthodox in using the technology that many of them eschew.
The Israeli government's latest settlement expansion, just days before another round of peace talks, is nothing to worry about, according to Secretary Kerry.
It's unlikely that the little-known jihadi group could launch a rocket attack on a heavily fortified Israeli town, but that won't stop them from claiming it.
The Monitor looks at which Palestinian prisoners are being released and why, and how that is playing with both publics.
Sinai-based Islamist militants claimed the attack was in retaliation for a drone strike that killed four of their own last week.
It's like a never-ending upside-down waterfall of groundhog days.
The release of 26 Palestinian prisoners and the approval of West Bank settlement expansions has both Israelis and Palestinians crying foul.
Women of the Wall, which challenges Orthodox custom at Judaism's holiest site, were once again crowded out of the women's prayer section today by female opponents.
A number of Israelis and Americans say that fear of being cast as rejectionist may keep the parties at the table.
Israeli Yoav Farhi is piecing together ancient Israel's history, one unearthed coin at a time.
Israelis say cheap land along the Egyptian border has made their dreams come true, but it comes with some risk.
An Israeli engineering student gathered 30 people from his Golan Heights kibbutz to construct a giant peace sign on the de-facto Israel-Syria border.
Professor Meron Medzini guides our reporter along Israel's borders, narrating the challenges and change he has seen since the country's founding.