Go to the wives, widows and children to get the story, says an author and activist.
Despite him being a man of war, Sharon's supporters question whether future leaders will have the same clout when it comes to securing peace.
The Arab League has rejected US proposals that would allow Israeli soldiers to be stationed on the eastern border of a future Palestinian state.
The American Studies Association says its move to boycott Israeli schools is "in solidarity with scholars and students deprived of academic freedom".
Sheikhs unanimously agree to allow online â€¨store for erotic marital assistance to go ahead.
Israel's Benjamin Netanyahu's decision to cancel a trip to SA is likely to remind many of the difficult relationship between Tel Aviv and Pretoria.
The development of hundreds of settler homes in the West Bank has been approved by a committee of the Israel military, says a settlement watchdog.
Following a claim by the minister of international relations that ministers won't visit Israel, Collins Chabane has addressed SA's Jewish community.
South African ministers do not visit Israel, says International Relations Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane.
The Gaza Strip's Hamas Prime Minister, Ismail Haniya, on Saturday denied reports that his group has been involved in fighting outside of Palestine.
A hardline speech has fuelled suspicions that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is unwilling to agree to withdrawal from the West Bank.
Israel: Opposing lobby groups vie for public and government support as anti-Zionist protests reveal anti-Semitism.
A journalist with an intimate knowledge of both states explains why the comparison is wrong.
Opponents to the release of the first 26 of 104 Palestinian prisoners before peace talks resume have 48 hours in which to appeal.
The country said it will move forward with plans despite international criticism that the settlements will be built on occupied Palestine territories.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged his cabinet to approve the release of 104 Arab prisoners.
Israel will not bow to the Palestinians' demand on the borders of their future state, but will meet their request for the release of some prisoners.
Israel has agreed to a long-standing Palestinian demand to release Palestinian prisoners in order to resume peace talks.
Israel and the Palestinians have laid the groundwork for resuming peace talks after an almost three-year stalemate, the US has announced.
Palestinians had something to celebrate when their golden boy from Gaza, Mohammed Assaf, was announced as the winner of "Arab Idol".