Rally In Bridgeview In Support Of Palestine As Violence Continues In The Middle EastIt comes after thousands of protesters crowded downtown Chicago last week. The same is planned for this weekend.
Pro-Palestinian Protesters Gather Downtown And In Bridgeview, Demand End to Israeli Air StrikesThousands of protesters gathered downtown Wednesday in response to the violence in Gaza and Israel.
DePaul Professor's Comments About Israel Spark BacklashOutrage is boiling at DePaul University where a professor's op-ed about Middle East politics has sparked backlash. 
Chicago Adding Direct Flights to Israel Next YearNon-stop flights from Chicago to Israel will begin next year for the first time in two decades. 
Tel Aviv University Joins U Of I As Research PartnerThe facility in downtown Chicago will house more than 100 researchers who will conduct work in health care, cybersecurity, food supplies and the environment.
Woman, Baby Girl Killed As Israel Responds To Rocket SalvoIsraeli warplanes struck dozens of targets in the Gaza Strip and three people were reported killed there, while Palestinian militants from the territory fired scores of rockets into Israel in a fierce burst of violence overnight and into Thursday morning.
Israel Evacuates Syrian White Helmets Stranded On Golan HeightsThe White Helmets typically have operated in opposition-held areas across Syria, places where government services are almost non-existent.
Israeli Leader Benjamin Netanyau's Wife Charged With FraudIf convicted, she could face a maximum sentence of five years behind bars, though that seemed unlikely.
Iraqi Beauty Queen Sarah Idan Criticized For Visiting IsraelSarah Idan, Iraq's 2017 Miss Universe beauty pageant contestant, is visiting Israel this week -- a trip that has enraged people back home. Her appearance drew harsh criticism from Iraqis on social media. 
Dozens Killed In Protests As U.S. Embassy Opens In JerusalemProtests were intensifying along the Israeli-Palestinian border Monday and more than 40 people were killed amidst the controversial inauguration of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.
Dozens Killed Ahead Of U.S. Embassy Opening In JerusalemIsraeli troops fired from across a border fence Monday, shooting and killing at least 25 Palestinians and wounding dozens more in protests near the Gaza border, according to Palestinian officials, casting a dark shadow over the planned ceremony to mark the opening of the new U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.