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10.8.19

Israel Is Accused of Torturing a Prisoner Until His Ribs Were Broken. Now Palestinians Are Demanding Answers.

“There’s no excuse for it. This is a war crime at the end of the day.”

9.25.19

Where Each 2020 Democratic Candidate Stands on Palestine and Israel

This has long been one of few bipartisan issues, but that could change in 2020.

9.18.19

The 'King of Israel' Is No More: Israel Faces a Future Without Netanyahu

Now Israel enters a period of uncertainty.

9.17.19

This Could Be the End of Netanyahu

As Israelis head to the polls today, the embattled prime minister is neck and neck with his chief rival Benny Gantz.

9.12.19

Facebook Just Kicked Out Netanyahu's Chatbot for Hate Speech

The Israeli prime minister's campaign was telling Facebook users that Arab politicians "want to annihilate us all.”

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9.11.19

Netanyahu's Desperate Campaign Promise Would 'Bury Any Chance of Peace'

The Arab world has furiously condemned the Israeli prime minister's pledge to annex a large chunk of the occupied West Bank if he's re-elected.

8.16.19

How the Trump-Netanyahu Bromance Could Backfire On Israel

“My fear is that this move to bar two Congresswomen is turning Israel into a political football in the United States," said Yaakov Katz, Editor-in-Chief of The Jerusalem Post.

8.16.19

Rashida Tlaib Just Canceled Her Trip to "Racist and Oppressive" Israel

The congresswoman announced Friday morning, right after Israel reversed course and said it would let her into the country.

8.16.19

Israel Will Let Rashida Tlaib In — Under One Condition

There's no indication yet if Tlaib's close ally Rep. Ilhan Omar will be permitted to enter.

8.15.19

Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar Were Headed for Palestine, Not Israel

Tlaib, who is Palestinian American, was planning to visit her grandma. Israel's Prime Minister now says he will "consider" her request.

8.15.19

Even AIPAC Is Pissed Israel Is Blocking Tlaib and Omar From Entering the Country

Israel's move to block the only two Muslim women elected to Congress breaks decades of precedent.

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