This is the second such image from Sderot this month.
This picture of two boys called Harsh and Aymen has gone viral. But it doesn’t actually say anything about hope for the Middle East.
“My mother is Jewish. My father is Palestinian. I am their face.”
In comments made off-air during Fox News Sunday With Chris Wallace, Secretary of State John Kerry was caught sarcastically referring to Israel’s operation in Gaza as “a hell of a pinpoint operation.”
Thirteen Israeli soldiers have been killed, including two with dual U.S.-Israeli citizenship, according to the IDF.
More than 64,000 Palestinians are currently taking refuge in U.N. facilities across Gaza. Sunday morning, many fled miles barefoot, carrying only their young children in their arms.
Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters in France clashed with police at a rally against Israel’s action in Gaza on Saturday.
“The Bereaved Parents Families Forum doesn’t want new members.”
Israeli photographer Oded Balilty took photos of the Gaza war playing out on TV screens in homes, supermarkets and laundromats across Israel.
CNN reassigned Diana Magnay from the Gaza War to Moscow.
“It’s not our business what happens in Gaza. For the last four years they have done nothing but cause us trouble.”
“I think you can probably see there are lots of Israelis gathered around who are cheering when they see these kinds of Israeli strikes.”
Israeli tanks fired onto Gaza’s eastern corridor, while navy boats fired onto the western shores.
From the anonymous sharing app Secret: Fear. Anger. Empathy. Drugs. Sex.
“There were talks, and they were a step in the right direction, but to declare that a cease-fire agreement was reached is premature.”
The president addresses a crisis that has left more than 200 Palestinians dead.
Nearly 40 children have been killed in the last week. Warning: Graphic content.
The shocking photo went viral on Twitter and caused international outrage.
“The world has gone mad.”
Khaled Jarrar says he does not know why he was blocked from leaving.
“Nobody really wins from this war.”
Israeli seller is asking nearly $150 for part of a rocket that was fired from Gaza on Tel Aviv earlier this week.
Hamas says it was not consulted by Egyptian officials who negotiated the deal.
Dozens of pro-Palestinian protesters stormed two synagogues in Paris this weekend.
The network accidentally broadcasts footage of destruction when teasing a segment about how “the LeBron James effect” could revitalize Ohio.
“I felt this urgency, like I have to go now, my daughters are in danger.”
The tragic situation in the Middle East has provoked an extreme reaction on social media.
As Israel continues its air strikes on Gaza, and Hamas fires rockets into Israel, here’s how it affects ordinary people. Sheera Frenkel reports from Israel, and Abeer Ayyoub from Gaza.