According to a statement carried by Iranian media, top commander Mohammad Hejazi, promoted after Soleimani's killing last year, was heavily involved in Iranian operations in Lebanon
The liberal Jewish policy group is spearheading an attempt to keep Biden to his promise of restoring U.S. relations with the Palestinians, as the group's president calls for a confederation to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Identified as Reza Karimi, the suspect apparently fled Iran prior to the blast; State TV says efforts to capture and arrest him are underway
The announcement marks a significant escalation after the sabotage that damaged centrifuges at Natanz, an attack this past weekend suspected to have been carried out by Israel
Nachman Ash says he hopes that a deal will be struck with Pfizer soon, but said that Israel does not currently have the supply for provide its citizens with a third jab
This year jets will fly over more cities and towns than usual and Israelis are once again allowed to gather and watch the flyby after most COVID restrictions have been lifted
The main official ceremonies marking 73 years of Israeli independence were held Wednesday evening on Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl
Biden, who also met with the family privately, said William Evans was 'defined by his dignity, his decency, his loyalty and his courage,' and he spoke of his own experience losing two children
'Iran's dangerous recent communication is contrary to the constructive spirit and good faith of these discussions,' say Britain, France and Germany after Tehran decides to enrich uranium to 60 percent in wake of Natanz attack
This year, in contrast to last year's coronavirus restrictions, bereaved families are permitted to visit military cemeteries ■ Protesters call for better treatment of disabled army veterans
Iran informed UN watchdog of its plans to enrich uranium, report says ■ Blast at Iran's main nuclear site was caused by a remotely detonated device, New York Times reports ■ Former PM Olmert: Device planted there in advance, could be 10 or 15 years ago ■ Zarif: Israel made a 'very bad gamble'
'The Israelis thought the attack will weaken our hand in the Vienna talks, but in contrary it will strengthen our position,' Iran's top diplomat says
Explosion at Iran's main nuclear site damaged both primary and backup electrical systems, New York Times reports ■ Former PM Olmert: Device planted there in advance, maybe 10 or 15 years ago ■ Zarif: Israel made a 'very bad gamble'
Earlier on Monday, Iranian FM accused Israel of explosion in Natanz nuclear facility, vows Tehran will 'take our revenge'
Israeli research shows vaccine may not be as effective against South African strain ■ Infection rate down after brief uptick
The beginning of each new month in Islam is marked by the observance of a new moon
Israel has neither confirmed nor denied the reports that it was responsible for the damage at Natanz, where Iran has uranium enrichment centrifuges
Israeli vaccine data shows it may not be as effective against South African strain ■ COVID cabinet eases restrictions on schools ■ Infection rate down after brief uptick
The U.S. pharmaceutical giant announced last month that their clinical trials found the jab to be safe for 12- to 15-year-olds in clinical trials, with Israel anticipated to be among the first countries to push ahead with inoculations
Politicians extended their condolences to the British royal family after the passing of Prince Philip, who Netanyahu said 'will be much missed in Israel and across the world'
This visit will 'reaffirm the enduring U.S. commitment to the U.S.-Israel strategic partnership and Israels Qualitative Military Edge'
New York Times quoted an anonymous U.S. official saying Israel informed the U.S. it carried out the attack Tuesday morning on the vessel described as the 'Iranian mothership' in the region
Public buses and cars stopped on the streets and highways, and pedestrians stood in place in memory of the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust
Israel's COVID cabinet eases restrictions on gatherings ■ Infection rate down after brief uptick ■ Gaza under full lockdown as cases rise
The prosecution is expected to close the cases against an additional three soldiers, who were suspected of being involved in the 2015 affair
Netanyahu's Far-right Ally: Israel Belongs to the Jews. Arabs Who Don't Recognize That Won't Stay Here
Arab lawmaker Ahmad Tibi responds to Bezalel Smotrich's statement on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day. In German
Considering the amount of original research that has been done in recent decades, is this number still considered accurate by scholars of the subject?
Israel debates ending outdoor mask mandate ■ Number of serious COVID cases at four-month low ■ 52 percent fully vaccinated ■ High Court rules fines given to protesters during lockdown were illegal
Daily Beast investigation uncovered a plot in which Israeli private intelligence firm Bluehawk CI employees masqueraded as U.S. and Italian reporters in search of dirt on UAE royals
Israel notified the U.S. of its 'retaliatory' attack on an Iranian ship that serves as a floating base for Red Sea operations, the New York Times reports ■ Iranian Foreign Ministry confirms the attack