The restraint of the Israel Defense Forces on the Syrian border may have saved lives and prevented a PR disaster today, but it may have also emboldened Israel’s enemies. (More from Michael Totten: "Nakba Day’s Deadly Political Theater.")
The cutting-edge weapon faces trial by fire.
A small rally commences an attempt to bring the American movement to the Knesset.
Israelis on the right and the left are wondering whether their prime minister may be undergoing a political mid-life crisis.
The attacks may mean that Hamas is sending a message to President Abbas, warning him not to sit directly across the negotiating table from the Israelis.
The unavoidable PR fallout from the deaths of at least 14 activists has already roiled the capitals of Europe and may cause unrest among the Israeli Arab population. (Updated continuously as news arrives.) (Also: Watch Richard Landes direct from Jerusalem on PJTV.)
Israel's deputy foreign minister tries to humiliate a Turkish ambassador by sitting him in a smaller chair. Really.
Egypt's decision to wall off Gazan tunnels is being condemned across the Arab world.
It's not what's in their shoes or underwear. It's what's in their minds.