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In this iconoclastic work, which spent nineteen weeks on the Israeli bestseller list and won the coveted Aujourd’hui Award in France, Sand provides the intellectual foundations for a new vision of Israel’s future.
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The United States has voiced its displeasure with Israeli settlements. Or has it?
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The secretary of state said Israel is moving in “the opposite direction” of a two-state solution.
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Secretary of State John Kerry thinks there’s still time—but the process is moving in the wrong direction.
An iconic city and its struggles
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The pathbreaking president’s final stage isn’t his best.
More Israeli men are freezing their sperm before going off to war, and a growing number of parents are extracting semen from their loved ones after their deaths.
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When Paul Hadweh decided to make his own course dedicated to exploring Palestine, he was approved, then denied, then reinstated after a frenzy of international backlash.
JARED KUSHNER is more like his father-in-law than anyone imagines.
How the Israeli prime minister's scandal could spoil what should be his perfect political moment
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