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One-state solution picks up steam
One-state solution picks up steam

Print published by Deutsche Welle.

Shlomo Brom, why did Israel attack Syria?
Shlomo Brom, why did Israel attack Syria?

Print published by Deutsche Welle.

Israel unleashes more strikes on Syria
Israel unleashes more strikes on Syria

Print published by The Times of London.

Searching for a defense
Searching for a defense

Print published by the Nordbayrischer Kurier. 

Obama faces awkward reception in Jerusalem
Obama faces awkward reception in Jerusalem

US President Barack Obama has arrived in Jerusalem on his first visit to Israel. However, disillusionment is high and expectations are low that his trip will yield any progress on the peace process with the Palestinians.

After Sandy, NJ copes with climate change
After Sandy, NJ copes with climate change

Print published by The Christian Science Monitor.

Jewish life booms in Cologne
Jewish life booms in Cologne

As immigrants revive the German city’s historic community, new ideas emerge about Jewish engagement.

Germans still divided over future of fracking
Germans still divided over future of fracking

Published by Deutsche Welle.

‘Israel didn’t take German warnings seriously’
'Israel didn't take German warnings seriously'

As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held tough talks with Chancellor Merkel, a veteran of German-Israeli relations tells DW that despite recent hiccups, ties between the two countries remain strong.

Experts cautious as BP looks to Arctic
Experts cautious as BP looks to Arctic

Arctic experts are calling for more research as British energy giant BP and Russian oil company Rosneft eye new offshore drilling opportunities in the fragile north.

Wagner’s secret admirers
Wagner's secret admirers

A profile of the only Israeli to attend the 2012 Wagner Festspiele in Bayreuth, Germany.

Germans get hooked on Slow Fisch
Germans get hooked on Slow Fisch

  Celebrating local fishing traditions and artisanal food production in Bremen, Germany.

Kreuzdressing in Kreuzkölln
Kreuzdressing in Kreuzkölln

One man in the Berlin neighborhood of Kreuzkölln has crossdressed on the same tiny stage for 25 years.

Israel’s fence puts irrigation in jeopardy
Israel’s fence puts irrigation in jeopardy

One of the last Palestinian farming villages that still uses irrigation systems from Roman times says its ancient way of life is in danger as Israel prepares to lay down its West Bank separation barrier.

West Bank outpost’s last stand
West Bank outpost’s last stand

In the wake of the Israeli Supreme Court’s decision that Migron, a settlement north of Jerusalem, must be demolished, residents ponder their next step.

Hardliner to lead Israel’s largest party
Hardliner to lead Israel’s largest party

Israel’s largest party has ousted its leader, Tzipi Livni, and replaced her with Shaul Mofaz, the former Defence Minister and military chief of staff.

Mother tongue
Mother tongue

A  passionate, crusading Yiddisher tries to keep the Eastern European language alive in the cosmopolitan center of the Jewish state.

Poster child
Poster child

Naama Margolese – an 8-year-old Israeli girl taunted by ultra-Orthodox men who think she is immodest – is the new face of Jewish women’s rights.

Gospel Trail lets tourists walk in Jesus’ footsteps
Gospel Trail lets tourists walk in Jesus' footsteps

A new trail across northern Israel offers travelers the chance to walk – or trot – through New Testament sites in the footsteps of Jesus.

In Israel, a higher profile for Christmas
In Israel, a higher profile for Christmas

The founders of Neve Shaanan, a neighborhood in southern Tel Aviv, planned their streets in the shape of a seven-branched candelabra — a symbol of their Jewish faith. Ninety years later, the streets are full of Christmas decorations, reflecting a flowering of Christianity in Israel’s economic and cultural capital.

Unrepentant
Unrepentant

  Two Palestinian prisoners released in the Gilad Shalit deal have no regrets.

In Jerusalem, old-fashioned medium goes online
In Jerusalem, old-fashioned medium goes online

For ultra-Orthodox Jews who shun secular newspapers, radio and the Internet, the best way to hear the news has long been by literally reading the writing on the wall.

Tycoon brothers accused of trade with enemy
Tycoon brothers accused of trade with enemy

The Israeli attorney-general is examining allegations that the nation’s wealthiest family conducted trade with Iran, the country’s sworn enemy.

TV watching marks end of Hamas-Fatah feud
TV watching marks end of Hamas-Fatah feud

Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip saw each other’s official television broadcasts yesterday for the first time in four years, a day after Fatah and Hamas resolved their bloody feud.