Prime minister complains to his cabinet about a requirement to use search committees to name senior officials. The Trump administration will have 4,000 political appointees and Israel could use just a few hundred, he adds.
Yitzhak Yosef’s remarks come amid the military’s plan to let women serve in tanks.
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Defense and finance subcommittee votes to buy submarines, missile boats from ThyssenKrupp, despite Israeli police currently looking into deals.
Directive seeks to stop groups whose activity 'undermines the very legitimacy of state entities' from addressing students, but it's unclear whether state can legally sanction principals who invite leftist veterans' group into their schools.
University and college professors sign petition saying they'll boycott Education Minister Naftali Bennett’s new code.
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A 2008 document, leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden, says the British were concerned about Israel's stance on Iran. GCHQ also spied on Israeli diplomats, and defense firms.
Israeli men have longer lifespans than the world average, by a lot, and the possibly counterintuitive explanation is they’re forced to serve in the military.
'Sa’dun Almajnoon,' a production of the Arab-Hebrew Theater of Jaffa, depicts the 1967 war as the watershed between hope and sanity, and madness and despair.
35 wounded in Egypt after assailant lobs bomb into a chapel close to the outer wall of St Mark's Cathedral, seat of Egypt's Orthodox Christian church and home to the office of its spiritual leader, Pope Tawadros II.
Some 42,500 flock to Israel's Hula Lake, where they pass through to Africa and go back to Europe every year.
Bakeries are raising donut prices this Hanukkah, if not on the simple jelly variety, then on the fancy ones with chocolates, creams and syringes.