He was tortured by the British, fought in the War of Independence, was the first Israeli to work at NASA, made archaeological discoveries, invented a dance style and devised a fantastical peace plan: The off-the-wall life story of Yehuda Kedar
Netanyahu Lashes Out at Arabs Demonstrating Against Him: Shame on You, Protesting the Only State That Protects Human Rights
Netanyahu was invited by local Arab leadership, but the local community was not pleased
Decades ago, ostensibly modern descendants of a biblical species of wild asses were brought to the Negev from the shahs Iran. They were fruitful and multiplied, but are now destroying flora and fauna big-time
A chance meeting with the Dalai Lama changed the life of this Israeli couple, inspiring them to travel the world to empower disaster victims with honey and rebuild destroyed villages
They admire Karl Marx, despair over swinish capitalism and were inspired by the social protest movement. A century after the communist revolution, we spoke to Israelis for whom the dream remains real
Chemical engineer David Bloch claims salt is an aphrodisiac and wants to color huge areas of the planet white in order to save it. He could care less if people call him obsessive
In their eyes, the moon landing never happened. Another sign of the post-truth era?
Since nothing else seems to be working, why not go for the strange? A cluster of imaginative, even jaw-dropping, proposals from private citizens for putting an end to the conflict
Ministers, lawmakers and party members flocked to show support for the embattled premier. But even amid the display of loyalty, one of them admitted: 'This is the last party. They've caught him'
Beleaguered by ongoing corruption probes, Netanyahu slams 'fake news', the Israeli left and his political rivals in speech to 3,000 at Tel Aviv rally