Beginning on February 12, Israeli tourists will no longer need to pay $95 to visit the UAE, after the Emirates ratified the agreement
Judy Maltz covers diplomacy and the Prime Minister’s Office for Haaretz. Before assuming her current position, she spent nearly a decade covering the Jewish World and writing features about Israeli society for Haaretz’s English edition. Judy began her career at Haaretz 30 years ago as an economic reporter. She was among the founding editors of the English-language print edition.
The outgoing secretary of state is set to use recently declassified documents to connect Al-Qaida to Iran in a last-ditch bid to exert maximum pressure on Tehran
In farewell remarks, David Friedman, a close associate of U.S. president, chose not to address last week’s violent riots on Capitol Hill
'The attack on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. was disgraceful, and we must condemn every such attack,' Israeli premier says
Sudan announces agreement signed with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who is expected in Israel for talks on further Iran sanctions
Political Dysfunction Under Netanyahu Has Become a Threat to National Security, Leading Think Tank Warns
In first, annual report of Institute for National Security Studies includes leadership failures — and not only external enemies — among key threats to country
New measures, including shutting most schools and workplaces, set to last for two weeks
Netanyahu supports 'a short and tight lockdown,' and seeks a compromise on schools, which will see around half of students stay at home
The move is the latest in a string of Iranian violations of the nuclear accord ■ Netanyahu: Israel won't allow Iran to develop nuclear weapons
Coronavirus response chief calls to shut all schools as Israelis appear to be ignoring movement restrictions
Jonathan Pollard, who served 30 years in prison, was greeted by PM Netanyahu at Ben-Gurion International Airport and received Israeli ID card
It has a lot more to do with Biden than the Palestinians, experts say, as Rabat awaits confirmation from the incoming U.S. administration on its plans for Western Sahara
Lockdown began Sunday at 5 P.M. with 1-kilometer distance limit, and shuttering of retail and leisure activities
A joint Israeli-U.S. delegation visited Rabat earlier this week, where they met with the king and signed a number of agreements, despite Morocco not viewing renewal of ties as part of Abraham Accords
The new guidelines were drawn up after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the decision during a visit to the region last month ■ Goods from Area A and Area B to be labeled 'made in West Bank'
Rabat does not view its agreement to normalize ties with Israel, brokered by the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump earlier this month, as part of the Abraham Accords
White House adviser says visit 'will bring about a whole new set of opportunities for Northern Africa and the entire Middle East'
Decisions made in bid to avoid spread on new virus strain ■ Quarantine in hotels could be shortened to 10 days ■ Regulations in place for next 10 days
Following the announcement on normalization between Morocco and Israel, Kushner is flying to the Moroccan capital on the first El Al airlines flight between the two countries
Beginning January 20, Shin Bet will only be permitted to monitor confirmed COVID-19 patients who refuse to take part in contact tracing or following a significant spike in infections
Signing of extradition order for Leifer, who is accused of 74 counts of rape and sexual abuse in Australia, brings a years long legal battle to a close
The senior Trump aide will be joined by Israel's National Security Adviser, Meir Ben-Shabbat, who will lead the Israeli delegation ■ Trip is meant to further normalization agreement between two countries
Alternate Prime Minister Benny Gantz was not informed of nomination, despite coalition agreement requiring the consent and coordination of his Kahol Lavan party
Former school principal Malka Leifer feigned mental illness to avoid extradition to Australia, where she is wanted for 74 counts of sexual abuse ■ Justice minister says will expedite extradition
What started out as an emergency Zoom Shabbat service in San Juan is now bringing together worshippers across the Americas
According to Likud-Kahol Lavan coalition agreement, defense minister's challenge effectively blocks Effi Eitam’s appointment
Gantz’s party threatens to block the appointment of former far-right politician until an agreement is reached with Netanyahu’s Likud on other top positions in the public service still waiting to be filled
Jewish leaders in Israel and the Diaspora ring the alarm about Netanyahu pushing radicals for key posts in global Jewish organizations. Could the Biden era stem the influence of Israel's ideological right?
In letter to President Rivlin, Marian Turski warned that Effi Eitam’s appointment would 'greatly undermine Yad Vashem’s authority'
It appears Trump’s attempts to portray himself as the most ‘pro-Israel’ president in U.S. history made little to no impression on the vast majority of American Jews