The Palestinian Authority is intensifying a boycott of Jewish settlements in the West Bank. Palestinian workers are being asked to quit their jobs in settlements and boycott any goods made in the settlements. Linda Gradstein reports.
Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews took to the streets in Jerusalem today to protest a Supreme Court order to integrate their religious girls' school. Correspondent Linda Gradstein reports from Jerusalem.
Longtime Israeli politician and educator, Lova Eliav, passed away this week. Eliav was one of the early leaders of the Labor Party. Correspondent Linda Gradstein looks back on his life and influence on what the state of Israel has become today.
At least nine activists have been killed after commandos stormed a convoy of ships carrying aid to the Gaza Strip. Israel says its soldiers were attacked with weapons; the activists say Israeli troops came on board shooting. Linda Gradstein reports.
Jewish settlers have come up with a new campaign to hold onto the West Bank. They want to attract tourists to their area and hope the visitors will not want the West Bank to become part of a Palestinian state. Linda Gradstein reports.
Linda Gradstein reports that Israel today began re-routing a part of the security barrier it built in the West Bank. It's the part that cuts off the Palestinian village of Bilin from nearby West Bank farmland.
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