Despite this week's Ugandan media expose of an under-the-table refugee deportation agreement already challenged in Israel's Supreme Court, Kampala is still in denial. And the deportees, who sought safe haven in the Promised Land, face a bitter fate
Responding to a petition filed by human rights activists, Defense Ministry says matter is 'clearly diplomatic' | Opinion
Israel has managed to turn 50 years of Palestinian resistance to occupation into a cottage industry, and is now selling the concept of a police state to the world
State prosecutor seeks to reject a petition to open a criminal investigation on suspicion of war crimes
The cluster bombs are aimed mainly at densely populated areas. There they can kill most effectively. That’s why the Israeli army wants them.
Rafael's plant, co-run with an Indian partner, will produce 8,000 Spike missiles for India
Some of those being investigated about Israel's purchase of subs from Germany have also been asked about a huge 2012 transaction involving jets in exchange for Israeli-made materiel
Israelis, diffident about Diaspora ties and crises, need to wake up: the U.S. aid that's deterred major wars since 1973 isn't automatic, and U.S. Jews are instrumental in securing it
Analysis As India and Israel Embrace, Talk About a 'Zionist-Hindu' Conspiracy Is Spiking in Pakistan
Even though conspiracy theories and anti-Semitism are ubiquitous in Pakistan, Narendra Modi's visit to Israel has led them to alarming new heights
From David Ben-Gurion onwards, Israeli leaders pursued a long, unrequited love affair with India. Why were they rebuffed for so long?