Fingers are pointed at Israel in the killing of a top Iranian nuclear scientist just as President-elect Biden's team is determining its Iran policy. Was it a coincidence? Or a trap set by Trump and Netanyahu?
Both the outgoing U.S. president and Iran-obsessed Netanyahu may have other things on their minds. Listen to Amos Harel and Amir Tibon
After four years of Trump, Israel will no longer be able to do as it pleases and will have to get used to a more critical administration. Listen to Judy Maltz and Chemi Shalev.
The Israeli leader has good reason to fear a second-term Trump - perhaps more than a Biden presidency. Listen to Aluf Benn, Noa Landau and Anshel Pfeffer.
Angry over the sale of fighter jets to the UAE - and with one eye on the polls - Netanyahu refused to play along with Trump's denigration of Biden. Listen to Chemi Shalev and Amir Tibon
How a new alliance of rightists and ultra-Orthodox attempted a 'hostile takeover' at the World Zionist Congress. PLUS: Will Borat win a Jewish Nobel for his creator?
Israel's cynical policy of 'Sell, sell, sell' to has created strange regional bedfellows and strained traditional alliances. PLUS: Is Israel merely between lockdowns?
Israel's PM is focused on just one thing: Forget the pandemic and the protests - it's all about the trial. Listen to Noa Landau and Anshel Pfeffer
Netanyahu sent Israelis into a second national lockdown to thwart protests against his corrupt regime - but he can't silence millions of angry citizens.
The country's longest-serving prime minister believes that losing him as leader would be a worse fate for Israel than any pandemic. With Anshel Pfeffer and Chaim Levinson
Days into its second nationwide lockdown, Israel has gone from role model to cautionary tale - thanks to Netanyahu's mishandling of the coronavirus pandemic
Israel leads the world in new coronavirus infections - three months after the prime minister declared victory. Will relations with Kosovo appease an angry public?
Normalization between Jerusalem and UAE paves way for sale of F-35s, notwithstanding Israeli reservations, and further sidelines the Palestinians.
For the second time in a month, the U.S. administration has contradicted the Israeli leader's claims - this time, over the sale of F-35s to the UAE. Listen to Amos Harel.
As Palestinians rage and the world shrugs its shoulders, Israel and the UAE forge ahead with an agreement based on business, security and a common enemy
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