Headlines from Israel
Updated: 2 hours 11 min ago
Trump addresses the issue briefly as he arrives at his private golf club
Abbas: 'Israel killed Oslo Accords. Future negotiations to take place within context of international community' ■ Deputy chief of Fatah: 'freezing recognition of Israel is an option'
Benjamin Netanyahu disappeared from the debate for two hours. One of the last men standing was settler leader Ze’ev Hever
The steady strengthening of the shekel against the dollar could constrain the tech sector's growth
As local currency touches seven-year high against the dollar, manufacturers pivot to focus on cost-cutting strategies
Hassan Yousef, 26, is accused of unsuccessfully trying to coax others to join him in carrying out shooting, stabbing attack and car-bombing on behalf of Islamic State
In a Facebook post Sunday, Buskila wrote, 'I have a duty to do everything I possibly can so that fewer families will lose lives and be destroyed by senseless wars.'
Communications Minister Kara calls African refugees 'sanitation hazard.' He is a crude racist
Netanyahu calls India - Israel relations a 'marriage made in heaven'. For the arms trade and public relations, it certainly is. But as Modi won't betray the Palestinians or renounce the Iranians, it resembles more an open marriage - and that might be far less sustainable
Please don’t do it again. I’m begging you, please do not deport the refugees.
Never mind what it’s about, the norms say, if a person is defamed, he must sue, and for a lot. And the more money he sues for, the more he will be perceived as being in the right
One can barely escape hearing rivers of admiration and praise for His Excellency Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who somehow manages to shoehorn his entire daily schedule into the news cycle, and to scatter over our lives stardust
Hindu nationalists incessantly tweet their support and admiration for Israel, an online force that helped push Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a landslide victory in 2014
David Nahum, 63, found dead in Tirat Hacarmel after neighbors called police upon hearing screams coming from apartment
According to reports, the suspect had disturbing messages on his social media pages, including a defense of the Confederate flag, and a statement saying he wanted to learn how to waterboard people
Military appeals court cites flaw in identification of suspect
The two discussed strengthening security ties between the two countries as well, said members of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's entourage
Chiune Suhigara was serving as Japanese consul in Kaunas, then capital of Lithuania, when he disobeyed his superiors and issued Japanese visas to Jews fleeing Nazi-occupied Poland
Known as Bradley Manning at the time of her 2010 arrest, the former Army intelligence analyst was convicted of leaking classified documents to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks