Defense Ministry admits to hiring spy firm between 2012 and 2014 ■ Around the time, it offered other customers that it spy on former ministers and government officials
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Father and son in seriously wounded after explosive charge blast near settlement of Dolev, 17-year-old daughter in critical condition
When it comes to mishaps in its strategic weapons programs, Russia still stays true to the path of secrecy, cover-up and negligence paved by the long gone Soviet Union, leaving Moscow's 'doomsday weapon' to endanger mostly its own citizens
Ayman Odeh says he's willing to sit in center-left coalition, demands establishing Palestinian state, ending occupation - but other leaders in his party say they were not consulted on this deal, and Kahol Lavan were quick to rebuff
Trump's ultimate aim appears to be dividing Democrats, peeling off Jewish support and shoring up his white evangelical Christian base
When more than 100 car tires belonging to Jews were slashed in Lakewood, New Jersey, last week, no one in the community was particularly surprised
The president's charge on 'disloyalty' when voting Democrat left many unsure as to what he actually meant, but one historian suggests it may be 'the first time where dual loyalty is actually demanded of the Jews'
The whole back and forth between Maher and Tlaib kicked off when declared the BDS movement 'a bullshit purity test'
The incident comes after an airstrike halted a Turkish military convoy and killed three civilians on Monday
Analysis Trump’s Vile 'Disloyalty' Smear Reflects Fury Over Broken Promise of Jewish Reward for Backing Israel
For liberal U.S. Jews, the president’s anti-Semitism has now been proven beyond a reasonable doubt
For years he boogalooed around the issue, dog-whistling Dixie. But he just pulled the pin off the grenade – and for electoral gain.
In my America, everyone gets to voice their own opinion. That's not the case in Trump’s America (and apparently Netanyahu’s Israel)
The mosaic in the Burnt Church of Hippos-Sussita shows five loaves and two fish, like the ones Jesus used to feed 5,000 men, but the depicted fish look Nilotic, not local
After Trump 'Disloyalty' Remark, Israeli President Tells Pelosi Israel Must Not Become Partisan Issue
Rivlin tells Democratic House Speaker that U.S.-Israel alliance is not dependent on relationship with one particular party' and is 'a link between peoples with strong friendships and shared values'
In a crowded Tel Aviv venue, Joint List Chairman Ayman Odeh has 'a very clear message: Nobody can understand what it means to be a persecuted minority like the Jews can'
Analysis Israel Agrees on Trade Deal With South Korea That Excludes West Bank, East Jerusalem, Golan
Hours before a ceremony marking the agreement, Prime Minister Netanyahu's office announced that he would not be able to attend
Jewish Residents Allege Illegal Construction by Neighboring Arab Town, in Bid to Keep It at a Distance
Israel advancing a plan to add 4,000 housing units to Arara ■ Town’s mayor says illegal construction halted as precondition
Rocket fire marks third border incident in a week after long period of tense calm ■ According to reports, Gaza factions have relayed an ultimatum to Israel warning of an escalation if it does not fulfill its commitments
Netanyahu is putting all his eggs in Likud's basket, while Gantz and Lieberman sign a deal to shouts of 'we told you so,' from both the center-left and the right
White-nationalist terrorists have cited concern for the environment as justification for their decision to kill, signalling the rise of eco-fascism
Israeli military spokesman warns Hamas to restrain Islamic Jihad and keep demonstrations in check after three incidents of projectile fire ended a period of calm
Was a Judenrat member a traitor to his people? A new study addresses a little-discussed chapter in Holocaust history, and recalls how Israel's early judicial system dealt with Jews who collaborated with Nazis