Even the archaeologists who discovered it aren’t sure.
A few years ago, scholars described life at an ancient copper mine in what is now Jordan as “hell on earth.” But recent research at. . .
Last year, archaeologists discovered lumps of clay (known as bullae) made for sealing documents in Khirbet Summeily in the Negev. Their presence suggests. . .
It is generally agreed that, if Kings David and Solomon were historical personages, they would have lived in the 10th century BCE. But some scholars. . .
Nine years after the Gaza disengagement, about a third of the Jews forced to leave Gush Katif are still living nearby, often in temporary housing.. . .
According to radical Israeli scholars, nomadic desert clans have a strong legal claim to ownership of large tracts in the Negev. The facts point elsewhere.
“I’m a proud Arab, a Muslim, a Sunni. And I am an Israeli, too. These terms don’t contradict. When the Israeli football team succeeds, I’m. . .
Bedouin claims to ownership of land in southern Israel are not simply unfounded, but deliberately contrived to undermine Israeli sovereignty in the Negev.
A recklessly mendacious film invokes Fiddler on the Roof to equate Israel’s handling of Bedouin land claims in the Negev desert with the expulsion. . .
A 1950s blueprint for a network of towns in southern Israel was based on a theory developed by a Nazi regional planner. Did Israeli planners. . .