A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day in the sweltering summer heat. Who gets electricity and when?
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Tensions over holy site could put Arab states on collision course with Islamic movements, but calm is dependent on removal of Israeli metal detectors from the Mount
The president's rivals say his frantic diplomatic activity is aimed at distracting attention from his real goal – loosening the country's labor laws
This is the second rocket attack from the strip in 24 hours ■ IDF chief says the situation in Gaza is volatile, complex and could escalate rapidly
'In today’s Israel do people still reject mixed marriages/assimilation, or have they shed those conservative ideas?'
Amidst efforts to ease Mideast tensions following the Temple Mount crisis, Kushner will meet the Senate and House intel committees on Monday and Tuesday
Diplomatic Crisis With Jordan: Embassy Guard Who Killed Assailant Prevented From Returning to Israel
Israeli Embassy guard shoots and kills a Jordanian teen who tried to stab him, and another man; Israel decides to pull out its diplomats but halts the evacuation when Jordan insists on interrogating him
Israeli security officer lightly wounded, initial reports say; Jordanian forces put area on lockdown
A Kennedy scion is among the first of the bill’s co-sponsors to say he is reviewing his position on the draft law, which would criminalize support for boycotts of Israel or the settlements
The woman, 25, came to Israel as a tourist in November with her husband, and they lived in Haifa, though she is arranging her status at the Interior Ministry. A judge released her, criticizing the police