For Netanyahu, the clock is ticking towards payday for Trump's hasbara-heavy Israel trip. Can he afford the price tag dangling from Trump's promise to be Israel's 'best friend'?
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The Western Wall Tunnels symbolized the chronic chaos of Netanyahu’s first government. Today he’s returning there for a cabinet meeting – more confident than ever
A committee of senior Israeli government officials was established in June 1967 to oversee civilian life for Arabs in the occupied territories. Minutes show how Israel dealt with the new reality, including planning nuclear reactors
Sephardi Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef preached that a woman must dress modestly because she 'is not an animal' and that when subjected to a female performer, men should 'conspicuously' refuse to listen
Inadequate facilities and commanders' demeaning practices toward trainees highlight the challenges facing female combat soldiers in Israel
'The pain of the apartheid struggle [is] still fresh in our collective consciousness,' South African John Trengove wrote the organizers of TLVFest, which starts Thursday
Palestinians Reveal Deal With Israel to End Hunger Strike: End to Nighttime Cell Searches, More Family Visits
Israel Prison Service denies that any negotiations were made with prisoners over 'perks'
Alt-right website, which had boasted of its popularity on the way out, is suddenly silent on the way down as it struggles to adjust to new role of defending the establishment.
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly tells Fox News that U.S. will 'raise the bar' on airline security
Remember Nicolae Ceausescu, who oppressed and impoverished Romania but was lauded as a hero by Israel and the Jews?