Far from suicide bombers and West Bank settlements, the cosmopolitan city is an economic engine – and out of step, some say.
It is reportedly planning to dismantle the outposts in a single day to minimize the violence and bad PR that marred the last major evacuation, in 2006.
The Israeli prime minister airs a US demand to halt building in E. Jerusalem, where US bingo magnate's hotel is slated for conversion into 20 Jewish apartments.
The Shiite militant organization in Lebanon draws money and ideological guidance from Iran's supreme leader.
Within hours of the Friday sermon, grainy cellphone videos surfaced showing crowds surging away from tear-gas plumes and kicking the canisters back toward police.
On her trip to New Delhi next week, Secretary Clinton seeks a new strategic partnership. But congressional critics see India as an enabler of the Iranian regime.
Combatants in the January war have quickly organized to rebut a 112-page booklet of soldier testimonies criticizing Israeli policy that was released Wednesday.
A summer program to teach kids Islamic values battles ‘terrorist’ label. Meanwhile, the city has tripled funding for ‘alternative’ camps this year.