Lead Cypriot police investigator in case that made big headlines in Israel and Britain tells blatant lie on stand; what sort of justice can be expected for woman who accused 12 young Israelis of raping her?
In his view, he will always be Dreyfus on steroids – but the costs of fighting the indictments are just too high, and a bargain with the law just too good to pass up
The grievances animating protests in Lebanon and Iraq are beyond anything Tehran or local leaders can cope with: This isn't an Arab Spring, this is a Persian Autumn
Unpacking the strange and dishonest claim that a conspiracy by 'disloyal' Jews is behind Labour's anti-Semitism crisis – and that it's all about the occupation
After decades of being virtually absent from historical discourse in Israel, its communities of Jews from Middle Eastern and North African lands are finally getting their due, albeit in a partial and revisionist way
If Johnson’s words as a columnist were offensive, there's no sign of this in practice. His Cabinet is more diverse than any previous government, and he was not party to his predecessor's xenophobic campaigns
Trump cuts funding, Macron calls it 'brain-dead.' But neither are NATO's most pressing challenge from inside the alliance. NATO needs to show Turkey tough love - now
Trump pulling the U.S. out of NATO increases Israel's vulnerability just when threats to its security are intensifying. Netanyahu must use all his influence to dissuade Trump from following through
The tens of thousands who thronged to welcome the head of the Satmar Hasidic court weren't really celebrating his 'triumph' over the Jewish state at all
The Palestinian government of the city holds protected tenant status on the wholesale market, which has been under military closure for 25 years
Yisrael Katz told Italy's Corriere della Sera: 'If it were the last possible way to stop this, we would act militarily'