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Why having babies is the key to acceptance in a country waging a demographic war.
Why are Wahhabi leaders allowing the destruction of historical sites in Islam's holiest city?
Will a controversial Middle East campus lead to the downfall of the university's infamous president?
Why Israel's next elections will be more important than this one
A new interactive tool allows you to decide how many Israeli settlers to annex and what constitutes a viable Palestinian state.
Why the New York Times is wrong to dismiss Blackberry users as "uncool" and "embarrassing."
Some successful tech companies aren't scaling to thousands of employees ... or even dozens of employees. That's okay. Their software and insights are still creating work and growing the economy.
The Palestinian terrorist group's leader Khaled Mishaal announced his resignation this week. What does this mean for the organization's future?
In a video leaked this week, the presidential candidate raised some legitimate concerns about Middle East peace. Here are the solutions he didn't seem to know about.
The man who heads an organization of 300,000 settlers is declaring victory in his fight against the two-state solution. But is he losing control of his own movement?
Controversy erupted when the United States did not include Israel in a counter-terror initiative. In this case, that might have been for the best.
The popular uprisings across the Middle East have found surprising boosters: some right-wing opponents of the two-state solution.
In trying to play Israel and Hamas off of one another, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas might accidentally end up in a unity government with the terrorist group.
Israel's governing coalition -- until recently rock-solid -- is under assault. The country's political landscape could be about to change dramatically.
The two-state solution is still practically feasible -- if only the political leadership could deliver it.
The Egyptian Islamist group is trying to consolidate its new-found power -- and fielding a presidential candidate.
What Israel can learn today from a missed opportunity in 2002.
Which settlements would be excluded from Israel if Palestine gains statehood?
As more Congressmen threaten to withhold money from a backsliding Egypt, do they understand what it could mean for Israel and the three-decade peace treaty?