The lawsuit argues Facebook violated its own terms of service and Israeli privacy law for using the employees’ personal information.
When Jalil Dabit, a Palestinian restaurateur and chef, and Oz Ben David, an Israeli marketing guru, decided to launch Kanaan in Berlin, it was natural for the chickpea purée to feature prominently on the short menu.
Ronit Baranga's tableware appears to have mysteriously sprouted body parts—fingers, mouths, teeth, tongues, even a baby's cheeks—and questions our assumptions about the usefulness of objects. It's also supremely unsettling.
Afghan War veteran Dillon Hillier is among a growing group of Canadians and foreigners joining Kurdish fighters battling militants in Iraq and Syria.
Officials are continuing investigations into claims Gill Rosenberg was captured by Sunni Islamist militants near besieged northern Syrian town.
A misguided hashtag activism campaign is asking people to tweet photos of hummus to help bridge the divide between Israelis and Palestinians. But Laila El-Haddad, the co-author of The Gaza Kitchen, points out that even dip is politically loaded.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a cabinet meeting today that the deaths occurred as a result of self-defense actions.
How about a little surf rock for the nearest beach party?
The Israeli soldier known as David Hanahlawi, disciplined for aiming a rifle at Palestinian teens, has received 129,000 likes on Facebook.