Rejecting the prime minister's remarks that the security cabinet had addressed the issue before the 2014 war, Bennett says 'we ought to learn from our past mistakes rather than deny them.'
‘You can’t suddenly cross out all merchants,’ says one factory owner from the enclave.
Palestinian Authority president asks Arab states for help with lawsuit over declaration that voiced support for Jewish homeland, on grounds that it led to Nakba.
The main goal of the committee is to ensure that children of divorced parents actually receive the support they are entitled to.
Israeli and Palestinians imagine a new Middle East at a joint congress, but find that the road is long.
Prime minister releases videotaped messages in English and in Hebrew, with Arabic subtitles, saluting Israel's diversity. 'Our land is too small, it's too precious to fill it with discord and hate.'
Delek units bid for Cyprus exploration rights | Rada Electronics eyes $25m offering | Tel Aviv shares lower on heavy turnover
Assassinations, shootings and bombings in the Ain al-Hilweh camp in southern Lebanon are aimed at showing that Fatah and other Palestinian factions are losing control.
Redis Labs raises $14 million for data storage technology | DreaMed raises $3.3 million for its diabetes treatment-management technology | Medical Compression Systems laying off 30% of workforce
Private experts say Israel's methods are enough to provide often basic alerts regarding potential attackers, then require follow-up investigation.
A comparison between the repertoire of the 2016-17 season and that of 1966 shows how out-of-date the orchestra is becoming, although there are some who disagree.
Get ready for your jaw to drop at the variety, abundance and especially the high standard of food - a wild celebration of quality ingredients and inspiring creativity.