Habayit Hayehudi threatens to thwart Lieberman's appointment as defense minister if its demand for changes in the way the diplomatic-security cabinet operates isn't met.
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.
State Comptroller: Israeli labs unable to test food for dangerous ingredients, ministry’s cumbersome supervision leads to higher prices.
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.
Tony Blair: Sunni States Will Normalize Ties With Israel if It Negotiates on the Basis of the Arab Peace Initiative
Former British prime minister, who tried to bring Zionist Union into Netanyahu's coalition, sees Arab countries ready for warmer ties if Israeli-Palestinian negotiations were underway.
Yehuda Weinstein violated law by delaying decision on the financing of Netanyahu’s overseas trips, State Control Committee head MK Karin Elharrar says.
Compared to the damaging documentation collected by the police, the state comptroller's report is hollow; nevertheless, it illustrates a man who is pathologically averse to paying for himself.
Haibatullah Akhunzada, who was named in a United Nations report last year as the Taliban's former chief justice, is reported to be a respected religious scholar but little is known of his background.
German automobile maker also forming strategic partnership with goal of being major player on ‘on-demand mobility’ in next decade.
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.