When it comes to the Western Wall, suddenly U.S. Jews are liberals, criticizing Israel. Did they ever fight for the right of Palestinians to worship freely?
Author does not exist
'The Worlds We Think We Know," by author Dalia Rosenfeld, an immigrant to Israel and a writing instructor at Bar-Ilan University, feels at once familiar and strange, fathomable and mysterious.
Gali Baram reports to the Foreign Ministry that she received harsh responses, including a warning that the government's decisions on the Western Wall and conversions deeply affect younger generation
Palestinian Goes to the Beach for the First Time in Decades, Gets $200 Fine From Israeli Fashion Police
The Palestinian factory worker is afraid he'll never get to see the sea again because he doesn't have money to pay the fine
Widespread Iranian anger over the heavy-handed Western intervention lingered for decades, and fed into the 1979 revolution
'We still don’t know the source of the attack, but our assessment is that it's not a targeted attack against Israel'
After eight months of battle for Mosul, Iraq's state TV hailed the fall of the Islamic State as forces take over the Grand al-Nuri Mosque
Firefighters and police cite distance from potential reinforcements in stating need for extensive presence at new Timna airport
Sure, classes provided by ultra-nationalist, religious groups are free babysitting. So what if the kid comes home afraid her father will die because he doesn’t observe Shabbat?
Bitcoins were trading at just over 9,000 shekels ($2,500) per bitcoin on Wednesday