Palestinians from not only Syria but from Lebanon and the West Bank clashed with Israeli soldiers yesterday on the anniversary of the creation of Israel. The Palestinians call it Nakbah Day. Nakbah is Arabic for catastrophe. Daniel Estrin reports.
The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that the deal between the government and settlers at Migron is null and void; settlers have to leave by summer. We'll look at another settlement evacuated by a court order.
Remembrance Day, celebrated Wednesday, is a chance for Israelis to remember their countrymen who have died in the Middle Eastern conflict. While it's a national holiday, there's a profound disconnect with the Palestinians who live in Israel and whose dead aren't technically honored.
Israel has tight gun laws already -- so tight that just two percent of the population owns firearms. In the wake of a shooting at a bank, government officials are moving to ratchet up the restrictions, but they're running into resistance that would be familiar to Americans.