Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky, a key architect of the plan, calls the move 'a retreat that will make our work to bring Israel and the Jewish world closer together increasingly more difficult'
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'Demanding that Turkey pull its soldiers is unfortunately also disrespectful toward Turkey,' The Turkish leader said
Israeli aircraft struck a Syrian army jeep in Golan Heights, Syrian army source tells Lebanon news outlet, after errant fire hits Israeli territory
Id al-Fitr celebration has been a regular Washington fixture since 1996, but the first presidential iftar actually dates back to 1805
With Trump in office, the prime minister feels free to renege on Western Wall deal and stab liberal Jews in the back
Wall Prayer Space Suspended How a Handful of Religious Ignoramuses Is Taking Israel Back to the Middle Ages
By freezing the Kotel plan, Israel's ultra-Orthodox parties have bent Netanyahu to their will while stripping away women's rights at the Wall
About 30 restraining orders are currently in place against right-wing extremists, with one Jewish activist being detained without trial
Construction work on mixed prayer space to continue, but deal would be renegotiated with ultra-Orthodox; Reform leader: 'Anti-Zionist move that undermines Israel's ties with the Diaspora'
Police don’t believe incident at a Newcastle Id al-Fitr celebration is terror-related