This is no longer a local conflict that developed into a proxy war; it is an international struggle for prestige and influence in a country that is very similar to Afghanistan
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A bad week that may have driven him to throw caution to the wind
According to former top U.S. officials who spoke to Politico, the cellphone surveillance devices were uncovered during the Trump presidency and meant to track him ■ Trump denies Israeli spying on U.S.
The prime minister heaped praise on another Trump aide who recently left the administration – but he has good reasons to stay silent on Bolton’s dismissal
AIPAC and others stay silent, focusing on the departure of hawkish U.S. national security chief John Bolton
Analysis There Was Only One 'Dramatic' Announcement for Israel Last Night – and It Wasn't Netanyahu's Empty Annexation Promise
Firing of Bolton removed last obstacle to Trump-Rohani summit
The drone is now in Hezbollah's possession, the group said in a statement
Political activist Linda Sarsour energized a Brooklyn rally for Sanders and endorsed his 'foreign policy that sees Palestinians as human beings deserving of human rights and self-determination'
The Chinese Hutchison company made it to the last stage of the tender on building a desalination facility in a security-sensitive site in Israel
Double diplomatic whammy reinforced by curious decision to visit British PM Boris Johnson in his time of misery of defeat
Democratic presidential candidate says a two-state solution should be a U.S. policy goal
'To conflate an individual leader or ego with being against the entire country I think is hallmark behavior of folks like our president'
A few weeks ago, residents learned that the embassy had received a permit to almost double the wall’s height - blocking neighborhood views
The e-commerce behemoth wants its sellers ready by September 12; hundreds of sellers are already on board, but they face high overhead and commissions
The Twitter battle tracks back to Martin Indyk defending a report that Netanyahu frantically called Trump to try and stop him from meeting with Iran's foreign minister
For many Democrats, it’s ‘support Israel, not Netanyahu,’ while backing the two-state solution that the Trump administration has played down
Democratic congresswoman tells Haaretz she had wanted to see 'firsthand a lot of what is happening' in Israel and the West Bank, but reaffirmed she wouldn't visit until Netanyahu's decision to bar colleagues is reversed
From Syria, Iraq to Lebanon, airstrikes and drone attacks have roiled the Middle East - a look at all the different incidents
Before Trump, the last thing a U.S. president working to win over American Jewry would do is embrace a Messianic Jew, but not anymore. Trump’s presidency has ushered in a new era for ‘Jews for Jesus’
Yuval Shereshevsky, until recently head of research for Prime Minister Netanyahu, suggests ways Israel can adjust to the reality of a U.S.-China trade war
Young Diaspora Jews account for only 2 percent of soldiers serving in the Israeli army, but in the past year the suicide rate among them has been disproportionately high. Haaretz investigates why
New York Congressman Lee Zeldin says 'disloyalty' has a long history and should not be used, not even by a person who loves Jews and Israel
Trump administration officials speaking to Bloomberg repudiate earlier claims by officials who told the New York Times that Israel is likely behind strikes in Iraq
Nouri al-Maliki's comments come hours after U.S. officials confirm to NYT that Israel was responsible for bombing of Iranian weapons depot in Iraq last month
Trump after stirring controversy on Tuesday doubled down on Wednesday morning with a fresh attack on Democratic Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib
U.S. president tells reporters 'If you vote for a Democrat, you're being disloyal to the Jewish people and you're being very disloyal to Israel'
'This is the nail in the coffin,' a top Democratic congressional staffer said of Ron Dermer, the Israeli ambassador, who has never been beloved among Democrats on the Hill
The Gulf state is recalibrating its alliances with powerhouses like the U.S. and Saudi Arabia, and these moves are shaking up the region. Israel should take note