Doubling down on Netanyahu's Election Day race-baiting, David Bitan says: 'I'd rather the Arabs won't go to the polls in droves, and won't come to the polls at all.' Arab lawmakers respond: 'Bitan says what Netanyahu thinks.'
A Palestinian delegation will arrive in Washington to discuss Security Council bid, which criticizes settlement construction. Western diplomat: If they would soften certain sections, there's a chance Obama will comply.
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The crisis over the evacuation of Amona has achieved the impossible, bringing together Prime Minister Netanyahu and Habayit Hayehudi leader Naftali Bennett. There's far less unity in Zionist Union, though.
'I know him very well,' the Israeli premier says in a short video excerpt of an interview that will air Sunday on 60 Minutes. 'And I think his attitude, his support for Israel is very clear.'
Archival material revealed by Haaretz shows how close Israel came to annexing territory it captured in the 1956 Sinai Campaign. Fearing world reaction, Ben-Gurion changed his mind at the last moment and ordered a pullout.
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If reports on the recent bombings in Syria are true, it would appear that Israel considered the target urgent enough and believed Moscow wouldn't object.
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.
Explosion near football stadium caused by car bomb and targeted riot police bus, interior minister says; unconfirmed second blast reported near central Taksim Square.
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.