Lawfare activist threatens US-based Coca-Cola with lawsuit.
Rivlin stressed the flourishing relationship between Israel and Cyprus, which he attributed to the two countries' deep understanding and shared values.
Around 5,000 Jews continue to live in the ancient community, which according to some sources dates back to the time of King Solomon.
Syria’s ever-deepening civil war has for the first time put the country's 800,000 strong population under threat of genocide by Islamic extremists.
US fighter pilots may have killed a key Al Qaeda terrorist in Libya.
One wounded in a shootout at the USAF base in Little Rock, AR.
Chadian minister promises harsh response
Lapid accuses ‘obsessed’ UN of assuming Jewish guilt.
The Prime Minister told the Polish Foreign Minister, "Attacks on the Jews were always preceded by the slander of the Jews."
Galloway apparently was not satisfied with his stinging defeat in recent elections for parliament.
The stockpile is less than half the number usually estimated. Pakistan has 100-120, and North Korea 6-8.
Leftists, whose free speech may have cost Labor the election, once again shoot themselves in the mouth.
Prof. Andrew Viterbi now has the honor of being the largest private donor to Technion.
Rumors are flying that Khamenei's days are numbered. Hard-liners are outdoing each other to ditch a deal on its nuclear program.
Last year they cut the Eruv for an elephant, this year it's for a clown.
A group international military experts submitted a report to the UN Friday, concluding their analysis of Israeli and Palestinian actions during the 2014 Gaza conflict.
Pro-Israel lawmakers are calling on US Pres. Obama to use his powers to reverse a Supreme Court ruling on Jerusalem.
Israel's children are again being taught how to deal with their fears from rocket alerts, by song.
Item for item, Leftwing petitions received better, faster, and more preferential treatment than Rightwing petitions in the Israeli Supreme Court.
Marzel's anti-Zoabi rhetoric covered by free speech laws.
Druze Israelis beg the government to accept Syrian refugees.
The tweet was posted two days after a new Mohammed drawing contest was announced in New Hampshire.
One soldier was slightly injured in the accident.
More Palestinian Authority workers also are working in Israel, but B'Tselem manages to find a black lining in a silver cloud.
But it may too little, too late, as the Druze community have begun organizing,..