Palestine welcomes the decision by prominent academic and human rights group not to attend international meeting.
The paradoxes underpinning the UN’s latest decision make it easy to question its credibility.
Author defines apartheid to describe situation in Jerusalem and the West Bank.
Two-thirds of Americans want the government to end its traditional bias in favour of Israel and young Israelis want occupation and subjugation to end.
Residents close to the border think they can hear digging, while the Israeli military says the tunnels linking Gaza to Israel top their priority list.
Pro-Israeli groups spend large sums on efforts to promote the country's image
Israeli PM accused of aiding Holocaust deniers by saying grand mufti gave Hitler idea to kill Jews.
Violence is escalating in Israel and Palestine but no one is sure whether this is another uprising.
The issue has raised the ire of the Jewish community and South Africans abroad since it was first reported that SA might review the Citizenship Act.
Agriculture researchers, US exporters and Jewish activists clash over plans to breed a holy cow.
The Israeli Parliament approved a law allowing prisoners on hunger strike facing death to be force fed sparking criticism from rights groups.
US churches, inspired by the sanctions campaign against apartheid SA, want to send a message to their leaders to "stand on the right side of history".
The anti-Obama sentiment of former ambassador Michael Oren lays bare Israel's feeling of betrayal by the US.
Israel says the UN's decision to recognise the London-based Palestinian Return Centre is "outrageous", and says it has links to Hamas.
Despite his unusually pragmatic outlook, Turgeman predicted that periodic conflict with Hamas in Gaza appeared inevitable.
Israel’s leaders have denounced discrimination and vowed to address "mistakes" after a crackdown on protesting Ethiopian Jews turned violent.
Following Israel's refusal to grant Blade Nzimande a visa to visit Palestine, a group says the act was an "insult to the SA government and people".
According to activist asylumseekers this is just another technique Israel is using to make their lives miserable and force people to leave.
The Joint Arab List, a coalition of Israel's Arab parties that is now the third-largest group in the Knesset, did not accept Netanyahu's apology.