Palestinian prisoners agree to end their hunger strike after winning significant concessions from the Israeli government. Some 1,500 prisoners were demanding better conditions in jail and an end to administrative detention.
Footage from a video of Gov. Romney talking to donors says that the peace process is likely to languish under his administration. Peter Feaver of Duke University says the statements don't differ markedly from President Obama's current approach.
People in the Gaza Strip are preparing for an Israeli ground invasion, as Hamas and other militants continue to send rockets and missiles into Israel. Anchor Aaron Schachter speaks with The BBC's Jon Donnison in Gaza.
In response to Palestine's victory at the United Nations last week, Israel has announced plans for the expansion of Jewish settlements. Condemnation of those plans has been swift and sharp. Some fear Israel is becoming more isolated diplomatically.
Israel has loomed large for Republican Senators opposing the nomination of their former colleague Chuck Hagel to be US Defense Secretary. Among other things, they question his commitment to Israel's security.
The sounds of the fighting in Syria can be heard clearly and often from Alonei Habashan. Residents are more careful about hiking in the area. They are sure to coordinate with the Israeli army when they go on long walks.
Back in 2010, an Israeli foodie with a Tunisian passport went to Libya, at the request of an Israeli group that keeps an eye on Jewish Heritage sites there. He was arrested for spying and spent six months in prison.