India is close to signing $3 billion in arms deals with Israel ahead of PM Modi's visit to Jerusalem.
Sivan Ochshorn Dumont runs Yisrael Hayom, which is owned by her stepfather, the casino mogul.
Hareidi-religious rioters in Ashdod used violence to prevent IDF military police from arresting a draft-dodger.
Researchers may soon be able to create a blood test that can be used to diagnose Alzheimer's disease.
The Dutch ICCO wanted to pay $47,000 Breaking the Silence for 90 incriminating testimonies against IDF soldiers, that's $521 for every Israeli soldier's head.
A female wannabe terrorist, 16, fails in her attempt to stab Border Guard Police in Jerusalem.
A female Arab terrorist wannabe was foiled when she approached the entrance to Karmei Tzur in Judea.
This is who Bernie Sanders goes to for "a broad perspective of the Middle East."
Vassar hosted anti-Israel speaker who claims Israel intentionally "maims" and "stunts" Palestinian Arabs.
The suspended lawmakers will be able to take part in votes in the plenum and the committees.
Guests and participants in sessions of the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee will be identified at the entrance to the meeting room through a card reader.
MK Zahalka pointed at the PM and yelled, "It's incitement, he's crazy, he's a fascist."
The legislation also changes the definition of "foreign worker" so that it does not include foreign investors.
The South African rand has lost 50% of its value in recent years.
"It is infuriating to see how the Supreme Court repeatedly changes the decision of the Central Elections Committee and permits the candidacy of Hanin Zoabi."
Will the boy dare sing HaTikva in the courtroom?
“The US is ignoring and not helping with steps to bring our countries together, and I think this in itself is a method of preventing Israel from joining the Saudi coalition,” explained Kara.
The short clip recording his arrest show police circle him as one of them literally shuts his mouth with his hand.
Smotrich called on Israel to dismantle the Palestinian Authority at once.
About 95% of Israeli couples are legally married, and only 88,000 couples (out of 1.96 million) are living together out of wedlock.