A collection of essays that examine all manner of things spiritual.
After years of muting Palestinian rhetoric of 'popular resistance,' senior officials in Fatah, which governs the West Bank, are calling for protests against Israel's settlement expansion and construction of its separation barrier.
British rock band Pink Floyd in March won a court battle with EMI in a ruling that prevents the record company from selling single downloads on the internet from the group's concept albums.
The declaration of two biblical tombs in the West Bank as Israel heritage sites last week sparked clashes. Though Monday was quiet, some fear a new Palestinian intifada in response.
Tensions between Israel and Palestinians continued to rise Wednesday, following Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to add two West Bank sites to its national heritage list.
Israel named the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Rachel's tomb in the West Bank heritage sites on Monday. Both biblical tombs are in Palestinian cities, and the decision brought warnings of violence and protests on Tuesday.
A series of vignettes tell the stories of ordinary Palestinians and life behind the West Bank barrier.
An Israeli Arab boy dressed up as Santa Claus sits in a cardboard box during a Christmas parade through the town of Nazareth on Christmas Eve, Thursday.
The Gaza Christians allowed to travel to Bethlehem starting Thursday make up less than half of the 750 who applied for permits, with Israel strictly limiting travel out of the Hamas-run territory.