Former labor minister allegedly promoted legislation that would have benefited him personally while concealing apparent conflicts of interest
As coronavirus quarantine regulations expanded to more countries, Israeli hospital expects rise in returning tourists admitting themselves for examinations
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Plane was likely a private executive jet, not a flight with Israel's national carrier El Al
Judge vows 'trial will take place in an orderly manner' amid media frenzy and popular unrest sparked by accusations of racist bias
The online retail giant offers free shipping on orders $49 or more to addresses in Israel while addresses listed in 'Palestinian Territories' pay as much as $24 for shipping
Israel is attempting to squash the initiative, claiming that EU opposition to the Trump Mideast plan would only encourage Palestinian rejectionism
Those who came to Israel with a Masa scholarship find out the funds are conditional on severe travel restrictions
‘Such was the level of our cooperation,’ Dery tells right-wing paper ■ Lieberman, IDF deny Rabbi Eyal Karim was not their choice
Is Yisrael Katz right in taking credit for the Yad Vashem international extravaganza, pacts with Gulf States and maintaining ties with China amid the threat of coronavirus?
'I bought cat milk formula for the kitten for 75 shekels ($22)' and then promised myself to buy gum during my next trip to Qalandiyah checkpoint from the ten-year old children who work day and night ■ Post #6
Senior Palestinian officials say they're considering halting security coordination with Israel if it takes step to unilaterally annex West Bank ■ 'No difference between Netanyahu and Gantz, it's like Coke and Pepsi'
Hamas gained control over soldiers' phones via link which automatically downloaded an app to their device, enabling the group to acquire the precise location of the phone and record audio using its microphone
Discoveries include amulet of the Egyptian goddess Hathor and the earliest known version of proto-Canaanite letter 'samekh'
The protesters demanded the Jordanian Government show action against the Jordanian-Israeli Gas deal as well, calling for an end to the 'deal of shame'
Bloomberg reports the Federal Trade Commission is concerned Google's 2013 purchase of the Israeli company may have been anti-competitive after all
Since 2016 Israel has been revoking entry permits of people whose surnames are identical to those of Palestinian assailants. It’s called deterrence
As a 5-year-old boy, I saw tanks for the first time in my life – not German or Soviet tanks, but Polish tanks driving through our street on their way to 'liberate' Tesin
New Israeli and Palestinian import restrictions are causing produce prices to plummet and rise on both sides of the border
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Netanyahu wants Sudan to join the 'friends of Israel' club of Sunni Arab states. The Mossad, with Saudi help, has tried that before
While the base commander took responsibility for last month's incident which caused $9 million in damage, it seems the buck conveniently stops there
Company clinches agreement with Israel-based Tactical Robots to explore development of technology with potential uses for piloted and autonomous aircraft
After suspects interrogated all night with only brief breaks, district court judge says 'abusive manner of interrogation' is unacceptable
The Israeli startup QM is the first company in the world to be building both the hardware and the software that will make it possible to use quantum computers – once they actually are a practical reality
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Cravings for the sweet Middle East treat have made it a hit. What to order and how it may differ from the real deal
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Egyptian public prosecutor is claiming that Patrick Zaki, a human rights activist, broadcast 'false news aimed at disrupting security and social peace'
This week at the Tel Aviv airport: A young Palestinian heads to Cyprus to study medicine, while a retired American heads to Nazareth to find the difference between the Bible and reality
One bite is all it takes to be pulled into the cult of Itzik and Ruthie
Rivals Ancestry and 23andMe are fighting a saturated market and privacy concerns in U.S. But MyHeritage’s European market is still growing, and the firm is tapping new growth engines