The Israeli army's decision to close seven cases in which civilians were killed during the 2014 conflict requires more vigorous action, top Palestinian official says.
Former Israeli minister Yossi Beilin tells Haaretz he's not opposed to gist of the plan, but to any involvement of 'extremist' groups.
Diplomats say Israel is more interested in creating 'public diplomacy buzz' than resolving case of World Vision's Mohammed El Halabi, whom Israel accuses of diverting millions of dollars to Islamist group in Gaza.
Jerusalem Mayor: Cable Car Stop in Palestinian Neighborhood Will Clarify 'Who Really Owns This City'
'Our ties to Jerusalem can never be unraveled,' Nir Barkat says in video about his plan to provide easy access to tourists sites by cable car, noting that the cable car will serve not just economic and tourism needs, but also ideological goals.
Fifteen remaining animals cross into Israel to receive care in locations across the world.
A lacuna in the law allows wealthy politicians to spend millions on campaign as long as they have not officially declared their candidacy.
Eliezer Fishman, who owns the business newspaper Globes, accumulated a debt of 1.8 billion shekels debt to Bank Hapoalim. But the bank still wants him at the helm.
The policeman was kidnapped by militants Tuesday while driving a police car in el-Arish, then shot and killed on Thursday.
State-owned defense maker will lay off 730 employees and make other cutbacks; invest savings in marketing, R&D.
Israel Electric Corp worker found unexpected correlations between swarms of nomadica jellyfish, the temperature of the sea - and the phase of the moon.
At Sopot, aficionados describe why they eat up translations from the Hebrew, especially writers like Etgar Keret, who don’t push the Holocaust, the Palestinian conflict or kibbutzim.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.