Touching on Israel's relations with European states, Lapid says 'shouting that everyone is antisemitic is not a policy and not a work plan'
Jonathan Lis is Haaretz's diplomatic correspondent
'Apart from Iran, the second challenge we face is preventing the establishment of a Palestinian state,' Netanyahu told the Knesset
After Netanyahu has worked to diminish the influence of the foreign ministry, Israel's incoming Foreign Minister Yair Lapid will face several new challenges in the region, as well as further afield
The right-wing prime minister-designate Bennett would have a hard time explaining to his voters why he was working to stop the march, which security officials have warned against holding
Gilad Erdan met with top officials at the news agency 'to restore the relations' following a strike that destroyed a Gaza tower used by media organizations. AP says it has yet to see any evidence of an 'urgent threat'
Netanyahu, Gantz agree route would be agreed upon by both police and organizers, amid fears that the Jewish parade through the Old City's Muslim Quarter and Damascus Gate would reignite violence
'Superficial, Embarrassing, and Arrogant': Once Mocked, Lapid Is Now Closer Than Ever to Being Israel’s PM
The Yesh Atid chairman has come a long way since starting out as a rookie politician in 2013: Lapid has transformed from a subject of ridicule into a wily politician lauded for his wise and humble leadership
The far-reaching meetings between Gantz and U.S. Secretary of State Blinken and Secretary of Defense Austin covered replenishing Israel's Iron Dome, Gaza's rehabilitation and the threat from Iran
From an unplanned meeting with Yair Lapid to the expected arrival of a new ambassador, here is how Biden's relationship with a new government in Israel will take shape, assuming such a government is actually sworn in
Defense Minister Gantz says he is looking forward to continuing discussions about 'the challenges that we have with Iran, the Palestinians as far as Gaza is concerned'
Right-wing Yamina lawmaker asked to retract his support for the move that could expedite the new government's swearing-in. But the Joint List – not part of the coalition – is expected to provide any missing votes
In a visit to southern Israel, the Republican lawmaker tells Fox & Friends aid money would be used 'to replenish the Iron Dome batteries that were used to defend Israel' ■ Defense Minister Gantz expected in Washington
Netanyahu at Mossad Chief Ceremony: Israel Won't Allow a Nuclear Iran, Even at Cost of Friction With U.S.
Israel faces no bigger threat than 'Iran's attempts to arm itself with nuclear weapons,' Netanyahu says at ceremony for incoming Mossad chief ■ Gantz set to meet U.S. defense secretary, national security adviser in Washington
Though Lapid has the mandate to form government, Bennett can be acting PM, legal advisor confirms
Officials in Jerusalem are concerned by criticism of Israel coming from Democratic lawmakers who have been considered strong supporters for decades
Foreign Ministry says Israel expects that its good relations with Mexico extend to the diplomatic arena, following Mexico's vote in favor of probing alleged Israeli human rights violations
Since early May stores, malls and restaurants had to close by 9 P.M. after a rise in infections ■ Cairo mulls resuming regular flights to and from Israel
Head of Egyptian intelligence visits Jerusalem as Israeli foreign minister meets Egyptian counterpart in Cairo
Foreign Ministry says Manila's vote in favor of probe to examine alleged human rights violations in Gaza, the West Bank, East Jerusalem and Israel was 'unacceptable'
The move was not pursued following opposition from Attorney General Mendelblit and the Shin Bet security service, according to a source familiar with the matter
Gabi Ashkenazi makes first trip to Egypt by an Israeli foreign minister since 2008 to discuss Gaza reconstructions and efforts to plan a joint summit involving Palestinian officials
Russia and Argentina to be added to the list
Israel says it will not cooperate with the investigation, which is also authorized to cover events in Jerusalem, as twenty-four of the forum's 47 member states voted in favor of the resolution
According to political sources, Israel will condition transferring non-humanitarian aid on the return of soldiers' bodies, civilians held captive by Hamas in Gaza
After Jean-Yves Le Drian suggested Israel might become an apartheid state if a two-state solution isn't reached, Gabi Ashkenazi says remarks are 'unacceptable and distort the truth'
Israeli president may address Congress during ‘farewell visit’ before his term ends in July
Jean-Yves Le Drian says that a two-state solution is the only path that can prevent 'the danger of apartheid'
'Israel will always reserve the right to fight regimes committed to getting weapons of mass destruction,' Netanyahu added
Blinken lands in Israel, will travel between Jerusalem, Ramallah, Cairo and Amman in a bid to reinforce the truce between Israel and Hamas ■ Israel announces it would permit humanitarian aid into Gaza but restricts exports
An Israeli couple and their two-year old son were killed near Italy's Lake Maggiore, together with the mother's grandparents who came to visit