Can There Be Shared Power In Egypt?
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Writers Offer Alternate Lens On Modern Middle East
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A boy walks past spray-painted graffiti that reads in Hebrew, "Death to Arabs" and "Revenge." The vandalism took place earlier this month in the mixed Arab-Jewish community of Neve Shalom in Israel. Ahmad Gharabli/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Arab-Jewish Tensions Creep Into 'Peace Village'
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Putin Visits Israel During Middle East Uncertainty
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Secrecy Stifles Debate On Black Operations
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Stories Differ After Israeli Soldiers Kill Palestinian
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Ahead Of Moscow Talks, U.S. Options On Iran
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Who's Who In The Battle For Syria
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African migrants line up to receive a free hot meal provided by a group of Israelis called Soup Levinsky in Levinsky Park in Tel Aviv on Sunday. A court in Jerusalem ruled that Israel could deport South Sudanese nationals back to their home country. JIim Hollander/EPA/Landov hide caption

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Court's Ruling May Force Africans To Leave Israel
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Netanyahu Promises 300 New Homes In West Bank
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Israel is now marketing itself internationally as welcoming to the gay community. Participants in the annual gay pride parade in Jerusalem are shown here on July 29, 2010. Ronen Zvulun/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Israel Presents Itself As Haven For Gay Community
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