As George W. Bush bids farewell to the Middle East we look back as his relationship with the region.
The Media Line speaks with a Jew and and Arab about their memories and experiences of 1948.
We meet people who argue tough economic times do not mean firms must stop giving to society.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter for the first time visits one of the ‘settlements’ he has critical of.
The Media Line talks to the rising stars and veterans of the Palestinian hip hop scene as the first Palestinian hip hop competition takes place in Ramallah.
Experts warn international law is irrelevant for Israel’s asymmetric conflict with the Palestinians.
Israel says it is removing checkpoints to ease the movements of people and goods in West Bank. Palestinians say it’s not enough.
Dr. Mauricio Lynn, a trauma surgeon and veteran of numerous earthquake rescue missions, explains some of the challenges to be expected in Haiti.
Mideast Press Club examines emergency medical cooperation between Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Israeli and Russian doctors learn a non-invasive technique for removing clots from the brain.
Jerusalem post office sorts misguided mail including letters to God through hard work, not divine aid
Israeli farming experts are training Palestinians how to grow strawberries and will help market them in Europe for Christmas and sell the rest to a major international ice cream producer.
Stigmatized as a crime infested, culturally challenged and religiously divided city, residents of Lod, smack in the heart of Israel, have launched a grass-roots effort change the face of the ancient city.
US-financed Jalame vehicle crossing from Israel into West Bank aims to improve Palestinian Economy
Palestinians plant tree saplings surrounding the first planned Palestinian city in the West Bank. The $800 million endeavor hopes to house 40,000 middle-class Palestinians and serve as a high-tech business center.
The Media Line’s Matthew Kalman reports on some of the latest high-tech developments of the Israeli Air Force.
The economic conference for Jewish and Arab businesswomen in Israel recently brought together hundreds of female entrepreneurs to help them boost their businesses and network with peers.
Hebrew University professors have begun giving weekly lectures to commuters on trains. The first topic was Albert Einstein's love letters. No degrees are awarded, but the university sees the classes as a chance to share its knowledge with the greater public.