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Teva faces U.S. setback on migraine drug ■ Indigo signs $100 m digital printer deal ■ TASE dips slightly
Balance of threats contradicts working assumption that neither Israel nor Hamas wants war
'Holy Air,' Shady Srour’s first feature, is innovative in its treatment of Palestinian society in Israel
So who’s responsible for this travesty that endangers passengers and degrades the quality of train service around the country? Politicians, and the Israel Railways
In the 2018 Global Competitiveness Report, Israel slipped four places with a score of 76.6 points
Egypt stopped importing gas this year and is expected to become a major regional gas exporter when its recently discovered offshore gas fields are developed
Only a handful of the 40 billboards that went up around town the day before remained intact. The posters that were removed bore the slogan 'Tomorrow it could be your daughter'
'I have no house or memories left,' Miri Tamano says, after her home in the southern city of Be’er Sheva was completely destroyed by a rocket
'Only last week we heard the claim that in some ways the Justice Ministry is like Sodom,' Mendelblit says
The education minister is well aware that he cannot claim credit for the democratization of higher education in Israel. It started long before him, with the establishment of public colleges throughout the country
If the captain of Israel’s national soccer team can be a Muslim, why shouldn’t there be equally talented Arab mayors in the mixed cities of Tel Aviv, Haifa or Jerusalem?
Party leaders Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked set the tone, enabling the Habayit Hayehudi campaign against Arab-Jewish intermarriage in the Ramle local election
After an expose was published in Haaretz on Tuesday, more women have come out and accused the veteran journalist of sexual misconduct
Lieberman has been a fairly moderate voice in the past. Senior officials attribute his combative tone, which contradicts the army’s stance, to political distress
Senior officers will have authority to keep reporters and photographers out if it would 'escalate the atmosphere of violence'
Despite military gains, Marine General Joseph Dunford says 'little progress has been made in addressing the underlying conditions that lead to violent extremism'
This is the fourth time in five years that the monastery and its cemetery were vandalized
The Israeli pharmaceutical company's new drug will not be covered by U.S. prescription benefits manager, though it's competitors will.
The next generation of Middle Eastern leaders are Western-educated and reform-minded. Or are they?
Riyadh and Ankara expect the U.S. president to give the Khashoggi affair a proper burial
PM issues warning after rocket hits house in southern Be'er Sheva ■ Hamas threatens 'immediate and decisive response' to any Israeli strike in the Strip
Staffan de Mistura, the longest serving of three UN mediators to the prolonged Syrian conflict, says he would use his final month to push for the formation of a committee to rewrite the Syrian constitution
What binds the U.S. and Saudi Arabia with such fervency, and why have previous perceived Saudi outrages not caused such seismic ripples?
Sanders shaping U.S. foreign policy | Khashoggi crisis and Trump's plans for Iran | Marilyn Monroe's Jewish prayer book goes up for auction
Trump: 'I'm not sure yet that it exists, probably does, possibly does'
A look at the interests that bind, and sometimes divide the U.S. and Saudi Arabia
Russia and Iran have both denied accusations that they attempted to influence U.S. voters on social media or through other means
Saudi officer with close ties to MBS 'in charge of the deadly Khashoggi op'
The National Iranian American Council slammed Republican senator and demanded an apology after he said it would be 'terrible' if a DNA test showed he had Iranian ancestry
The September attack left 25 dead and more than 60 wounded
'I can’t wait for this revolution to end, so I can go back out to dinner'
Monroe converted to Judaism in 1956 prior to her marriage to Jewish-American writer Arthur Miller. The prayer book was previously put up for auction in 2017 and went unsold
From Iran and Iraq to Syria, Yemen and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the administration gambled that Saudi Arabia, effectively run by the prince, could credibly lead the region
The campaign is meant to pressure the Israeli government to change its position on allowing Lara Alqasem to enter the country. Alqasem has been detained for 15 days at Ben Gurion Airport
Trump defends Saudi arms deal in wide-ranging interview
The grisly hit-job on Khashoggi has implications far beyond its exposure of the Saudi Crown Prince as brutal and reckless. In Jerusalem and D.C., they’re mourning their whole strategic concept for the Mideast - not least, for countering Iran
Judge rules that anti-BDS legislation couldn't be applied retroactively to bar an activist from visiting Israel and that the reasoning provided to Dr. Isabel Phiri at that time was without foundation
Court won't hesitate to take action if needed, Fatou Bensouda says
A second explosive device found at Crimea attack scene has been disarmed
In a wide-ranging interview three weeks before Election Day, Trump told The Associated Press he senses voter enthusiasm rivaling 2016 and he expressed some cautious optimism
Dennis Hof, who wrote a book titled 'The Art of the Pimp,' has dubbed himself 'The Trump of Pahrump'
The prime minister’s surprising public scorn for a Likud heckler roiled party stalwarts and provided a classic Israeli 'if it had been Obama' moment
Disclosure records filed with the Justice Department show the firm has been providing the Saudi Embassy with 'government relations and communications counsel' for $150,000 a month
Christine Lagarde has deferred a planned trip to the Middle East, which included a stop in Riyadh to attend an investment conference
Tires of dozens of vehicles were slashed, and some cars were painted with Stars of David and graffiti in Hebrew, Palestinians report
Haifa Rabbinical Court also fines woman for forging documents
David Friedman says his visit to Ariel included meetings with Israeli and Palestinian businessmen 'willing to advance coexistence,' but J Street says it 'sends a clear message of support for the settlement movement'
We know where bigoted, autocratic, indecent and parochial views like those of Donald Trump lead. U.S. Jews should be praying for every Democratic candidate canvasser to succeed: the American Jewish future depends on it
Is the story of the Philistine champion Goliath a distant memory of an event that took place in the 11th century B.C.E. or a fable by priests conspiring in Jerusalem 400 years later?
Even Trump’s decision to move the American embassy to Jerusalem was viewed negatively by U.S. Jews, new poll claims
Jewish mega-donors on both sides of the aisle are leading the charge
Army strikes 20 Gaza targets, says Hamas responsible for rockets ■ Palestinians say one dead ■ Security cabinet convening ■ Hamas, Islamic Jihad: Rockets meant to torpedo Egypt talks ■ IDF chief cuts short U.S. trip
Supreme Court weights appeal by U.S. student who has been detained at Ben-Gurion Airport for 15 days for supporting boycotts
One of the five journalists also accuses former Justice Minister Haim Ramon of sexual assault ■ Margalit and Ramon both deny allegations of misconduct
Operators of fake profiles would persuade victims via Facebook to download ‘more secure’ apps for continuing their conversations, the website ZDNet reports
The most open secret in the construction industry is that workers are the cheapest raw material. Construction company CEOs know that they won't be heavily penalized over their workers' deaths
Netanyahu picked on a ‘Likud from birth’ catcaller, who complained about the closing of an emergency room in her town, which he continued to harp on even after
The United States, Israel and Australia voted against the move, which is seen as allowing the Palestinians to act more like a full UN member state during meetings in 2019 when they will chair the group
Pluristem cleared by U.S. to charge certain patients for stem-cell treatment ■ Greece’s Energean to complete TA listing
Weinroth's death impoverishes the legal world and Israeli society as a whole. His support for minorities and the weak, his great legal talent and the contradictions in his personality made him a fascinating, astonishing individual
In a record exit, the cyber-consultant’s owners will reap more than 50 times their initial investment in the sale to Temasek, a source says
Egyptian Intelligence Officials Meet With Hamas Leaders in Gaza in a 'Last Effort Before Escalation'
Talks described as preparations for Egyptian intelligence chief's upcoming visit to Gaza and the West Bank as officials in Jerusalem and Gaza trade combative threats
‘Tomorrow It Could Be Your Daughter’: Right-wing Party Campaigns on Anti-assimilation in Central Israeli Town
Street signs in Ramle show a woman wearing a hijab, reading: 'Only a strong Habayit Hayehudi can preserve Jewish Ramle' ■ Habayit Hayehudi's national branch says that 'national character must be preserved but preserve an honorable campaign style'
This year, 40 Arabs were murdered from January through August, while 77 such murders occurred in 2017 and 66 in 2016, said Israeli police commissioner Roni Alsheich
This is not the first time Amazon representatives have visited Israel in an effort to improve service. Representatives visited twice last year, in June and November
Olympics Committee said earlier that secretary general spoke with Fridman and offered organization's help with any financial difficulties
The new nation-state law might mean the prevention of immigration by anyone not Jewish based on Jewish law – something that reflects the influence of evangelical Christianity
Talia Einhorn, who serves on a committee that vets senior civil service appointments, is accused of misrepresenting her credentials
A Jewish Democrat in the classic style is seeking to unseat two-term GOP Representative Lee Zeldin in New York's 1st congressional district
It's high time that we who are concerned for Israel's welfare went after the worst of its delegitimizers, those who contribute the most to the criticism of Israel as a repressive, illiberal regime
Egypt launched a nationwide operation against militants, but has struggled to combat a long-running insurgency in the Sinai that is now affiliated with ISIS
Mohammed Dahlan hired a firm founded by a Hungarian Israeli to assassinate Islamist clerics and political leaders, Buzzfeed News reports
WATCH 'He Had This Guy Murdered': U.S. Senator Accuses 'Toxic' Saudi Prince of Ordering Journalist's Killing
Lindsey Graham put the blame directly on Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and said he planned to share his views with the president and advocate suspending arms sales
Trump celebrated a U.S. judge on Monday dismissing adult film actress Stormy Daniels's defamation lawsuit against him on Twitter Tuesday
So the West has belatedly realized, after the brazen murder of Jamal Khashoggi, that the Riyadh regime is a cruel, nepotistic and corrupt klepto-theocracy. But unlike in the case of Israel, that won't spark a sanctions campaign
Gal Fridman, the now-retired windsurfer champ from the 2004 Athens Games, once said 'no amount of money could replace' his gold medal
The president's connections in Saudi Arabia run long and deep, but they're now in peril as pressure mounts from Congress for Trump to find out what happened to dissident Jamal Khashoggi
The Israeli Arab broadcaster's decision not to apologize for what she is or the person she fell in love with should be a model for the new Israeliness, which doesn't surrender to people who preach racial purity
The system is falling short both at Israel’s borders and with the police, though the recognition of faces is going better, a new report says
Document shows invited bids for a system to monitor Hebrew, Arabic and English posts – but says the plan, whose surveillance targets were not specified, never came to fruition
In March, the 19-year-old desecrated a monument located near the ruins of the crematoria in the former Birkenau camp
Asiimwe Rabbin, who led the first-ever Birthright group from Uganda, denied visa because Interior Ministry does not accept his community as eligible for Law of Return
Economists predict the newly nominated bank governor, Amir Yaron, will be more hawkish than his predecessor, Karnit Flug
Benjamin Netanyahu, Mahmoud Abbas and Yahya Sinwar are incapable of agreeing on a long-term ceasefire. All will do their utmost to prevent war in Gaza, but won’t try that hard to end the suffering either
The proposal to commemorate Shmuel Ben-Artzi originated with Herzl Makov, who not only heads the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, but also sits on the Council for Cable TV and Satellite Broadcasting, which approved the Bezeq deal at the heart of the fraud investigation dubbed Case 4000
Allen died Monday in Seattle from complications of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, according to his company Vulcan Inc. He was 65
Turkish president previously appeared to allege that potential crime scene was tampered with
And as the conflict mushrooms, Israel could easily find itself having to make some uneasy choices
The central district, which does not include Tel Aviv, is the only one where prices have increased over the past year
Several strangers cross paths at a derelict roadside motel in a time-jumping, twist-filled movie that cleverly deconstructs and remakes its genre. But what’s the message?
Yemenis on the brink of famine could rise to 12 million - or two in five of the population - from around 8.5 million
Now, the kingdom appears to be making an effort to absolve bin Salman of the action against Khashoggi, though it has long been clear that the crown prince has gathered all but absolute power
Saudi Arabia May Admit Missing Journalist Was Killed in Botched Interrogation and Abduction Operation, CNN Reports
Saudi report will conclude that interrogation, likely carried out without clearance, was intended to lead to Jamal Khashoggi's abduction, CNN says ■ Turkish investigative team leaves consulate after nine-hour probe
Neven Abu Rahmoun sworn in, vows to step up protests against nation-state law. 'This is a breakthrough for Arab women in Israel,' MK Aida Touma-Sliman says
Human rights chief calls on Riyadh and Ankara to reveal everything they know about the fate of missing Saudi journalist and dissident
Iran, which says its missile program is purely defensive, has threatened to disrupt oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz if Washington tries to strangle Tehran's oil exports
Long list of banking executives also pull out of Saudi investment conference
The transplant marked the first time that a Palestinian baby received a heart transplant from a Jewish child