Daniela Deane




Stories by Daniela Deane
From Ramallah, Obama’s view of life in the Holy Land

Obama’s second day here in the Middle East began with rocket fire from Gaza. No better indication to the visiting … Continued

Women at the Western Wall

   Dan Balilty AP Israeli women of the Women of the Wall organization pray just outside the Western Wall, the … Continued

Ma’ale Adumim: The mother of all Israeli settlements

Ammar Awad Reuters The West Bank Jewish settlement of Maale Adumim, near Jerusalem, is seen behind sign posts on Dec. … Continued

Happy Thanksgiving from Israel

JERUSALEM — I know what I’m thankful for today. The cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. My cameraman husband surprised me … Continued

Waiting for peace

AP Israeli police officers examine a destroyed bus at the site of a bombing in Tel Aviv, Israel on Nov. … Continued

‘Can I still drive over there?’

EPA Noam Hachmon, 9, sits in her sister’s room in their house in the southern city of Beersheba, Israel on … Continued

Jerusalem resident on watching TV: ‘I can barely do anything else’

REUTERS Smoke is seen after an Israeli air strike, witnessed by a Reuters journalist, on a building that also houses … Continued

Air raid sirens spoiling the peace of a Jerusalem Sabbath

REUTERS Israeli soldiers prepare armoured personnel carriers (APC) at an area near the border with the Gaza Strip on Nov. … Continued

Yom Kippur in Israel: Immense quiet

Oded Balilty AP An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man holds a chicken during the Kaparot ritual, in which it is believed that … Continued

At Passover, breadcrumb spirituality

It’s been fascinating being here — in the Jewish state — for Passover, or Pesach as it’s known here, one … Continued