Shomron Regional Council to transfer $195,000 to settler organization that published video depicting Europeans as Nazis and leftists as hook-nosed Jews who collaborate with them.
Netanyahu, Lieberman joke about their past enmity, vow commitment to Israel's security and to peace process; Hamas: Peace with Israel is an illusion.
Citing IDF Failure to Bring Soldiers to Justice, B'Tselem Stops Filing Complaints on Abuse of Palestinians
The human rights group says filing Palestinians’ complaints with the military justice system causes the plaintiffs more harm than good.
Leumi’s workers’ committee said it was unaware of any layoff plan and would fight to ensure that no employees were pressured to resign.
The Israeli-German entrepreneur says Mega creditors should be able to weigh his bid.
Xura agrees to be sold to U.S. private equity fund; Tel Aviv shares track rises in Europe, U.S.
State Comptroller: Israeli labs unable to test food for dangerous ingredients, ministry’s cumbersome supervision leads to higher prices.
Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani's appeal reflects concerns that a large civilian death toll in the fight to take back the ISIS held city of Falluja could intensify sectarian tensions.
At the meat-heavy Paleo Market at Latrun, the first course is wild boar, followed by a post-Stone Age dessert of ice cream pop and a good espresso.
The fiction, the facts and tips on cooking rice without arsenic.
Bukstein, a Moscow native who immigrated to Israel at 8, plays Red Priestess Kinvara, debuting on the episode that aired Sunday night.
There was a time when most Israelis were entitled to an annual R&R break.