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A photo from the Israel Antiquities Authority shows letters inscribed on pottery unearthed in a fort in Arad, Israel, and dated to about 600 BC. A new analysis suggests that literacy may have been more widespread than previously known in the Holy Land at this time. The findings could influence a debate about when the main body of biblical texts was composed. Photograph: Michael Cordonsky/Israel Antiquities Authority via the New York Times

Eliashib, the quartermaster of the remote desert fortress, received his instructions in writing – notes inscribed in ink on pottery asking for provisi(...)

Israel’s minister of education Naftali Bennett condemns  party colleague Bezalel Smotricha’s remarks. Photograph: Nahem Kahana/AFP/Getty Images

Knesset member Bezalel Smotrich from the far-right Jewish Home says he supports the segregation of Arab and Jewish mothers in maternity wards in Israe(...)

Migrants are escorted by Turkish police as they arrive by ferry from the Greek island of Lesbos at Dikili port in Turkey on Monday. Photograph: Tolga Bozoglu/EPA

In the seaside village of Dikili, locals stroll along a corniche, fishermen idly cast their lines into the crystal-clear water and pensioners play ca(...)

Occupied territory: a soldier searches a local, in a photograph from a Breaking the Silence exhibition

‘Living in the West Bank is like being trapped in a cage. The walls of the cage are being wound ever tighter around the Palestinian people. It’s hard(...)

US vice-president Joe Biden shakes hands with former Israeli president Shimon Peres during a meeting on Tuesday at the Peres Centre for Peace in Tel Aviv. Photograph: Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images

US vice-president Joe Biden arrived in Israel last night as an American tourist was killed and 14 people wounded in three separate stabbing and shoot(...)

Israeli police search the spot where at least 10 Israelis were stabbed in the  Jaffa port area of Tel Aviv, March 8th, 2016. Photograph: Amir Cohen/Reuters

An American tourist was stabbed to death by a Palestinian in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv on Tuesday in an attack in which at least nine other people (...)

Payam Feili, a gay Iranian poet and novelist, in Tel Aviv, on March 1st. Feili fled Iran in 2014 after being blacklisted and is now seeking asylum in Israel. Photograph: Uriel Sinai/The New York Times

In his native Iran, leaders openly wish for Israel to be wiped off the map. Yet Payam Feili, a poet and novelist, developed what he called a “special (...)

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