Critics say a voice for peace that would end the occupation should visit both sides
'Religion-hating Gangsters': Israeli Orthodox Vitriol Toward Reform Jews Escalates Amid Kotel Crisis
Comments from U.S. Orthodox leaders are mild compared to the wave of bile heaped upon Reform Jewry in Israels right-wing press
Right-wing leader Bennett was seated next to the Trump campaign's largest donor at a recent VIP dinner and is increasingly featuring in Israel Hayom
Israel's espionage agency is seeking to invest in cutting-edge technology to maintain its edge over Israel's enemies
Jason Greenblatt's attempt at social media diplomacy has failed to appease the family of an Israeli settlement builder who donated $1 million to the Trump campaign and never got a 'thank you'
By and large, the tech community is up in arms over the ban, claiming the free flow of people and ideas is essential to entrepreneurship in the United States.
Seven current and former Platinum Partners LP executives have been charged after firm collected $100 million from investors, offering annual returns of up to 17 percent. The New York-based fund collapsed in June when a founder was charged with bribery.
British efforts to benefit from Israels Start-Up Nation have inspired similar initiatives in other countries.
A tunnel dug by desperate Jews escaping the Nazis is the subject of a fascinating new film.
You know youre in trouble when the only guy in the room making sense is the totalitarian leader who came to power in a military coup.
A decade after his death, the long-serving Palestinian leader's twisted legacy continues to dominate the arena of Middle East peacemaking.
While presented as a sign of progress, plans for Israels first planned 'Arab City' smack of paternalism at best and racism at worst.
Israel has the right and duty to respond to terrorism with the firmest hand necessary – but calming the combustible situation in Jerusalem requires far more than good policing.
The shattering lessons of Yitzhak Rabins assassination 19 years ago next week should be shared by all Israelis, whether or not they agreed with his politics.
Will Israel's prime minister choose to be a Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Shamir, or Ariel Sharon?
Mondays vote may well have been an expression of feeling rather than policy, but can the Israeli government afford to ignore the signals coming from Westminster?
How Palestinian universities like Birzeit are intellectually straitjacketing their students.
Behind the 'Start-Up Nation' headlines of national success there is another nation, a growing underclass of poorly-paid, ill-educated Israelis who rightly fear the future.
The jury is still out on whether peace-building people-to-people programs between Israelis and Palestinians have actually made any noticeable difference to the conflict.
We all knew he was Jewish and held Israeli citizenship, but we kept quiet fearing his kidnappers might seize on these facts as an excuse to kill him.