While the Likud chairman has broad support among right-wing parties after parliamentary polls, he’s courting Kadima’s Livni.
Positions that suggest little flexibility may simply be a strong opening bid by those who have the ear of Iran's leaders.
After three years of violence, pilgrims return to Karbala's shrine.
Some see a risky 'one-state solution' as the only remaining option in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Israel's settlement growth means we have to find a different plan.
The din of Gaza followed Obama's Middle East envoy, George Mitchell, as he conducted a listening tour. Arab leaders wonder why their peace plan remains untouched.
Readers write about how the US government can promote green energy, why the BBC should air a commercial requesting aid for Gaza, and how Israel provokes violence from Hamas.
Concerns about Islamist threat have influenced traditionally pro-Arab Europe's view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.