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Old grievances fester as prospects for a Palestinian state look bleaker than ever
The president-elect may strike a deal with Putin that could do real damage
First vote in a decade across the occupied territories halted
Notebook: People in this divided country are fed up with too little time off, writes John Reed
The country is enclosing itself behind high-tech fences; other nations seek the same infrastructure
Arnaud Mimran, who is on trial for fraud in France, made the gift in 2001
Tiny, ancient community lives peacefully among warring sides
Political stakes raised in a six-month wave of violence as security forces rule out lone-wolf attacker
Israel blast signals wave of attacks that began in October is not over despite Netanyahu assurances
Planned database will list businesses operating in settlements in occupied Palestinian territories
Republican frontrunner pledges to move US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem in move to undo earlier damage
Government resolves to plug gaps in barrier around Jerusalem
Waze steered soldiers into Palestinian camp, military claims
Israeli minister warns ageing Abbas is losing control and no successor is in sight
The FT’s European technology correspondent witnesses tight security and visits al-Aqsa mosque on a trip to Jerusalem
Russia’s military intervention has shifted the dynamics of the war, strengthening jihadi radicals
Peace Now uncovers plans which include more than 50,000 housing units in settlements
We must take effective and sustainable steps to stop people-smuggling, writes Albrecht von Boeselager
Netanyahu distanced himself from Republican candidate’s call to ban Muslims from entering the US
‘Lone wolf’ violence reflects a loss of hope that the conflict will end, but can politicians find a way out?
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