The PA plans to destroy Israeli products found in Arab-owned stores, but the Arab population will probably just buy them from Rami Levy instead.
Jordan and Israel signed an historic agreement Thursday to implement the Red Sea-Dead Sea rescue pipeline project.
Israel's state comptroller has released a report on the nation's housing crisis that has set off a firestorm of criticism against the government but few solutions.
The Israeli Electric Company has warned over a long period of time of the need for immediate settlement of the debt, but so far has seen no response.
The Pacific Island nation known as the Marshall Islands will soon have its first water purification vehicle – thanks to the Israel.
The gas will fuel a $300 million electric power plant PPGC says it is developing in Jenin, which will be the first PA power plant in the West Bank.
Green groups claim that Afek received renewed permission for exploratory drilling. They plan to protest.
The Congress begins to consider a new bill requiring Europe to reject anti-Israel boycotts in order to enjoy free trade with the U.S.
The Negev awakened Tuesday to see protests supporting 140 workers facing layoffs at Israel Chemicals Bromine Compounds.
There are also 55 Palestinians on the list, both from the West Bank and Gaza, with a combined $148 million safely tucked away in Geneva.
Pres. Reuven Rivlin launches joint project with 'Collective Impact' to integrate Israeli Arab workers into private business sector.
A U.S. defense subcontractor for Elbit died mysteriously in Saudi Arabia on Jan 15. His body's still held there.
Two rare 150-year-old tokens issued by a kosher restaurant from the U.S. civil war period are to be shown this week in Jerusalem.
The Israeli economy is on the way to becoming owned by foreigners.
Facebook, Instagram and other social media platforms have fallen off the Internet worldwide.
God has not cooperated with the Boycott Israel movement.
Apple may have handed the Chinese government access to the software used in its iPhones.
For the first time in five years, Gaza's ruling Hamas terror government allows Israeli imports.
This is the first time since 2012 that the dollar-shekel rate broke the 4.0 mark.
Japan's prime minister says his nation will do its utmost to free two ISIS captives, but "will not give in to terror."
Japan and Israel are expanding and strengthening their economic ties.
The Ministry of Agriculture is inspecting farms within 3 kilometers of the infected bird coop ti make sure the virus didn't spread.
The Israel firm, AORA, will be the first to provide solar-biogas hybrid power solutions for rural communities in Ethiopia.
Crude oil prices are dropping to levels not seen in years.
Streit's supplies 40% of US domestic-made Matzos.