Prime minister tells World Zionist Congress that Hitler only wanted to expel the Jews, but Jerusalem's Grand Mufti convinced him to exterminate them, a claim that was rejected by most accepted Holocaust scholars.
In his impromptu Channel 12 appearance, the prime minister rediscovered something he has forgotten in recent years: Not all interviewers are parrots dutifully reciting the questions dictated to them
Premier gives first televised interview in three years, denies that he made any profits from deal
The former cabinet member was a founding member of the Israeli intelligence community
While hundreds of thousands of displaced Iraqis and Syrians face an uncertain future with no international help in sight, ISIS is likely to copy Al-Qaida and set up new strongholds around the world
Since passing Golan Heights Law in 1981, Israel didn't admit it annexed the area. Secret opinion penned by top legal adviser sounds warning against legislation
Gantz has the image of a brave and principled man, an officer and a gentleman. But if he knows what should be done about the occupation and doesn't say it, he's a coward
Four houses that were part of a grand dream to fortify German Jewry but were seized by the Nazis, are at the center of a dispute that is sparking high drama in a German village
Israelis love porn, especially local porn, and both professionals and amateurs are delving into the scene: 'I used to work as a waitress, but I felt like a whore. Now that I work in the sex industry, I can allow myself to live.'
How Secret Netanyahu-Assad Backchannel Gave Way to Israeli Demand for Recognition of Golan Sovereignty
Almost all Israeli governments – including Netanyahu's – negotiated U.S.-brokered withdrawals from Golan Heights ■ Trump's support of annexation is culmination of shift that began with civil war ■ Haaretz spoke to sources involved in the talks who attested to advanced talks between Netanyahu and Damascus, including maps and computerized scenarios for withdrawal – in exchange for pushing out Iran
Trump gave Syria and its allies a renewed pretext for possible military action
William Barr, the top U.S. law enforcement official, is examining a report sent to him on Friday by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, aiming to transmit a summary to Congress and the public by the end of the weekend
Palestinian reports say three were wounded in the strike, which targeted an area in the central Strip
More and more religious women are rejecting the strict interpretation of Jewish law that bars them from getting pregnant naturally