Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked has unprecedented supervision of petitions relating to illegal outposts, usually filed by Palestinians or settlers
Author does not exist
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day. Who gets electricity and when?
Analysis Make Japan Great Again: Abe’s Landslide Is a Victory for Militant Nationalism in the Trump Era
The reelected prime minister may now be able to fulfill his long-held promise to amend the pacifist Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution
Hundreds of Israeli officers descend on Isawiyah in East Jerusalem overnight, arresting Palestinians for 'criminal offenses, public disorder and terror'
Toback reportedly approached women on the streets of New York and promised stardom; report comes amid the ongoing downfall of producer Harvey Weinstein
'The world is a dangerous place and we’ve got folks that are talking openly about use of nuclear weapons,' Air Force chief of staff tells Defense One magazine
Israeli-made navy patrol boats custom-fitted with remote weapon stations are part of arms deals estimated to be worth tens of millions
Highlighting Rift Between Israel and U.S. Jews, Netanyahu Won't Address Annual Jewish Federation Confab
Senior Federation sources believe the prime minister is unwilling to share limelight with President Reuven Rivlin, who is scheduled to speak at the conference
Circumstances in Syria have changed; Assad's government and its allies may dictate new rules of the game with Israel in the north
Despite his ministry's pledge two years ago not to ask for extra funds, Avigdor Lieberman wants a bigger budget to cope with the Islamic regime's presence in Syria