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Israeli forces opened fire on Palestinian protesters on Monday, killing more than 50 and injuring thousands more.
Shortly thereafter, former Prime Minister Ehud Barak warned that Israel has been infected with "the seeds of fascism." He
"We have neutralized the tunnel in Israeli territory, rendering it unusable for infiltration by Hamas terrorists."
The two injured Israelis were taken to a Jerusalem hospital for treatment.
It doesn't matter where you live in the world; one pastime that makes an appearance during those pre-teen and teenage years (and for many into adulthood) is video games.
New guidelines will tell European consumers whether Israeli goods are made within the 1967 borders.
What Israel needs now is a new approach -- one that does not involve any physical risk of actual withdrawal, but still demonstrates to Israelis, Palestinians, and to the world at large that Israel intends to separate from the Palestinians and carry out the UN mandates of two states.
Twenty years after the assassination of Rabin, as Israel and the Palestinians are still mired in the same conflict, hurling the same accusations against each other, once again suffering violence, I keep re-thinking my experiences with him, wondering whether the situation would have been different had Rabin not been murdered that night.
"A full discussion of morality within the series is impossible without examining Dumbledore’s actions."
TEL AVIV -- Israelis look for simple, external answers: They're anti-Semites, they hate us, they want to kill us, they want to drive us into the sea. While I don't understand this utter inability to self-reflect, I have to admit, I understand where it comes from: fear. I feel it, too, as I move through Tel Aviv. I, too, eye the people I pass on the street, sizing them up. Forget about racial profiling -- I'm scared of everyone I don't know right now.
TEL AVIV -- Foreign analysts have been quick to claim that recent events are about Al Aqsa, and they've been even quicker to argue about whether or not this is a third intifada. But both discussions miss the point.
"Behind every religion, race or gender there are people, and human beings that just want to be happy and live peacefully.”
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks talks about why he believes God created Atheists.
The violence comes amid a new wave of violence after Palestinian gunmen killed an Israeli couple in the West Bank.
Today, alienation, fear, suspicion and mistrust reign high and mighty. The only antidote to all of them is unity. When all of humanity can function like a single organism there will be plenty for everyone.