Jerusalem is banking on its fast response and cooperation with the U.S. to prevent the affair becoming a new flashpoint
The state prosecutor is conducting a probe of the possible role of Israeli officials in aiding crimes against humanity and genocide in Guatemala's civil war decades ago
The criminal case revealed Thursday, involving more than 20 Israelis, some former defense officials, will mandate full transparency in Israel’s dealings with the already-suspicious Biden administration
The suspects, who include former Israeli defense officials, 'developed, manufactured and tested' the weapons before clandestinely selling them. Sources say case could have led to crisis between superpowers
No Israeli official would approve the visit to the Aero India Show because of the country's lockdown. Then Netanyahu intervened
Israel sold Mexico over 24,000 guns and rifles from 2006-2018, a new report conducted as part of a global investigation reveals. With little oversight, Israel has inadvertently helped fuel violence in the country
Peace typically means less defense spending, but the latest deals are defying that logic – Israel is spending more of its GDP on defense than it has in years
Israel's cynical policy of 'Sell, sell, sell' to has created strange regional bedfellows and strained traditional alliances. PLUS: Is Israel merely between lockdowns?
Amid the Nagorno-Karabakh war, an Armenian Jewish friend came over to my home in Yerevan. She is anguished. 'Armenians are David,’ she says, and asks: Why is Israel arming a genocidal Goliath?
Vietnam is now one of Israel’s largest markets for weapons and surveillance technology. But those defense exports are used by Hanoi’s repressive communist regime to silence its own population
Opinion Can Israel Depend on Authoritarian Gulf Regimes for Its Security? Congress and Trump Must Decide
In private, Netanyahu said yes to the U.S. selling stealth fighters to UAE; in public, he’s opposing it. His mixed messages, and opaque motivations, will intensify the upcoming controversy between Trump, pushing for a deal, and Congress
Founder of legal assistance organization Detained in Dubai warns deal with Israel could help whitewash the UAE, a country where you can get jailed for a bad review on Twitter
State Department spokeswoman says 'incredibly positive conversations going on' between U.S., Israel and Emirates and that sale of 'various hardware elements, aircraft and other things that are on the table'
Israelis are anxious to fly to the UAE after the peace agreement, but issues have to be sorted out, particularly Saudi overflights
The Emirates spend billions of dollars a year on arms procurement. Now Israel stands to get in on the action
Faced with a rapacious China, India’s fence-sitting diplomacy has run its course. New Delhi must invest whole-heartedly in genuine strategic allies, like the U.S. and Israel, and cut its losses with Iran
Israel offered to recognize newly-founded Bangladesh in 1972. Despite similar independence struggles, the logic of a strategic relationship, and the lack of direct hostilities, they still have no economic, defense or diplomatic ties. It's time for change
Israel registers record increase in weapons exports over the past five years
Peace icon turned pariah Aung San Suu Kyi is in The Hague defending Myanmar from genocide charges. Israel gave Myanmar’s military regime the tools and diplomatic space to carry out those atrocities
Israel’s defense establishment has always been cool to the idea of a defense treaty with America. But a formal pact is now urgent - and strategically vital
Embarrassed by Haaretz report on ambassador's support for Burmese government facing genocide trial, Foreign Ministry says tweet was an 'error'
In 2017, the High Court ruled against selling arms to Myanmar and since then Israel claims it stopped providing them to the country accused of committing ethnic cleansing
Defending the easing of gun permit criteria, state tells court there is no factual basis for claims that increased rates of Israelis owning guns contribute to domestic violence
The organization urges future government coalition partners to issue ultimatum: Stop sale of arms or count us out
Defense-related exports totaled over $7.5b in 2018, less than 2017's $9.2b
National Security Adviser's aide accused of losing documents at a restaurant before boarding a flight to India
Opinion 'Israelis Led India’s Airstrikes': In Pakistan, the Hindu-Zionist Conspiracy Theory Takes a Wild Turn
It is now an established narrative in Pakistan, not a fringe opinion, that Israel not only helped India plan its military retaliation for a suicide bombing by Pakistan-based militants – but sent Israeli pilots to take part