Stories By Hayley Slier
105 Aug 2014 Tue
More than 1.5 million Arabs who live inside Israel are finding themselves with increasingly divided loyalties.
204 Aug 2014 Mon
As the war in Gaza intensifies, the Israeli army has called up thousands more of its reserve soldiers. But not all of them are so keen to go to war.
303 Aug 2014 Sun
As the Israeli-Gaza conflict intensifies, voices calling for peace are being drowned out by the growing roar of weaponry, but a Facebook-based movement is making waves in a pool of hatred.
431 Jul 2014 Thu
As the world's attention remains focused on Gaza, none are more concerned than Palestinians watching from the sidelines. Many who live in the West Bank have families inside Gaza and are monitoring the conflict with increasing concern and horror.
510 Jul 2014 Thu
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said Gaza is on "a knife edge" and the Middle East faces one of its most serious challenges in years.
609 Jul 2014 Wed
The West Bank barrier is a security necessity for Israel but for Palestinians, it's a hated eyesore.
712 Jun 2014 Thu
It has been only days since Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas formed a unity government, and already the mood on the Palestinian streets has soured.
809 Jun 2014 Mon
Israel is a country known by many names such as the holy land but in some parts of the world, it is becoming known by a more sinister name - the apartheid state.
904 Jun 2014 Wed
With the stalling of the peace process, some Israelis and Palestinians are calling for the US Secretary of State John Kerry to stay out of the conflict.