Former Shin Bet chief Yuval Diskin expressed harsh criticism of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak on Friday in a meeting with residents of the city of Kfar Sava, saying the pair is not worthy of leading the country.
Chemi Shalev envisages a future, two-and-a-half years after Romney is elected, in which nuclear understandings with Tehran and attempts to renew the peace process cast a dark shadow on relations between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the United States.
Syrian forces killed at least 10 people on Saturday in a village north of Damascus where army defectors had taken refuge, and in the coastal province of Latakia the army clashed with rebel fighters, activists said.
A Jerusalem mother of two was sent a threatening letter on Thursday, in yet another case of exclusion of women. In the letter, the woman was told she must leave the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in which she resides for having “crossed the limits of the Torah of Israel.”
This week concerns were raised at the U.S. Congress that the cyber-attack by the Stuxnet worm against Iran's nuclear program may have been the "crossing of the Rubicon" for Iran, motivating it to engage in cyber-war against U.S. targets, including critical infrastructure.
Samsung America VP Guy Bar-Nahum explains how a boy from Bat Yam grew up to help invent the iPod and envision the future of cell-phone technology.
The German Jewish actress who charmed – and angered – the Israeli public / Elisabeth Bergner won great acclaim during a 1949 visit to Israel, even if most audience members could not understand her language.