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The Sweden Democrats did well in the recent elections and have deadlocked the country’s politics. Now, a trio of researchers has traced just how deep the party’s Nazi roots run
Retired Judge Oded Mudrik could have a conflict of interest in his role as head of a disciplinary tribunal in a case involving the police
Exclusive Confidential Report Based on 20 Years of Monitoring Claims: Israel Regularly Breaks International Law in Hebron
The international monitoring force, recognized by Israel, disputes land ownership of settlers, slams restrictions on movement and worship, and says 'normal life' is nowhere to be found in the West Bank city
Facebook deleted a post by Yair Netanyahu last week in which he said he would 'prefer' if 'All the Muslims leave the land of Israel'
Assad was quoted as saying his country would remain committed to its 'Arab identity.' Many Arab countries shunned Assad since the conflict began in 2011
Gunman was killed by police on Thursday, and ISIS claimed him as one of their 'soldiers' without providing evidence
Two-thirds of Haifa’s Arabs rejected the communist-front party led by Raja Za’atry, and didn’t want him as deputy mayor
In response to wealthy suspect Shaul Elovitch, who reportedly refers to you as ‘the Arab,’ I suggest you respond: ‘Yes, Mr. Elovitch, I am a proud Arab Jew’
Police say 5,500 people marched in the bigger protest, organized by Flemish right-wing parties
Such tests have until now been the discretion of of medical staff, and new procedures require immediate freezing of samples
Weapon stolen from wounded soldier also found as search continues for perpetrators of attacks thought to be the work of a single Hamas cell
Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh addresses failed operation during rally to mark 31 years since Hamas' founding
According to proposed law, state would have to decide on how to legalize outposts within two years ■ Law could have international ramifications that would expose Israel to significant risks, attorney general says
Mohammed Yasin was suspended after The Sunday Times gave Labour a dossier detailing his social media activity
'We expected more from a friendly country like Australia,' says Yuli Edelstein of decision to recognize West Jerusalem as Israel's capital
It’s the second time in a week that the younger Netanyahu has posted a controversial comment online
The Abu Hmeid's family home in the Amari refugee camp was initially destroyed in 1990, and again in 2003, after several of its sons were convicted. It was again demolished on Saturday after their son Islam was accused of the May killing of a soldier
Peace efforts to end the nearly four-year-old war, which has killed tens of thousands of people, reached a breakthrough last week. What's the next step?
The attack on the 24-year-old woman follows an incident on Friday in which a soldier was attacked at the settlement of Beit El
WATCH Trump Picked Mulvaney for His Loyalty, Then Video Resurfaces of Him Calling Trump a 'Horrible Human Being'
Trump had made clear to confidantes that, for his third chief of staff, he wanted someone that he liked personally and who would not try to rein him in
Right-wing Habayit Hayehudi ministers Bennett and Shaked accuse Netanyahu of destroying Israel's power of deterrence over fears of legal consequences
Israel's most controversial journalist says that the government's hysterical response to the boycott movement proves that it isn't winning this 13-year war - and defends his most recent op-ed.
Second attack on Thursday kills at least three civilians and one Turkish soldier
Decades before the Hamas rallying cry of a 'free Palestine from the river to the sea' came the 'Greater Israel' imagined and demanded by the first Zionists – and by today's Israeli political right
'What is the difference between a bookkeeper in New York’s garment district and a Supreme Court justice?' she asked. 'One generation'
Video of Migrant Children With Numbers on Their Arms Goes Viral After 7-year-old Girl Dies in Detention
The 7-year-old Guatemalan migrant girl who died after being detained by U.S. border agents this month was inseparable from her father and had looked forward to being able to send money home to support her impoverished family