"Liel's actions are a blatant undermining of Israeli democracy and constitute political subversion."
Israeli sappers carefully removed and defused a decades-old landmine planted near Netanya.
According to the survey’s findings, as many as 43% of French Jews are planning to make Aliyah to Israel.
Israel is also planning to close its embassy in Minsk, to be followed by the closing down of the Belarus mission to Tel Aviv.
The ultra-Orthodox school has the right to appeal the decision but has not yet done so.
Eager to get the sanctions lifted Iran released Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian and three other dual-nationality prisoners.
She opted to push the union leadership under the bus, very much in Arab terrorist fashion.
"Those Israeli signatures on the letter to the European Union, supporting product labeling, reflect a terrible danger to Israel."
So, basically, all's well that ends well, apology accepted…
t's time in France for non-Jews to stand in solidarity with Jews, after brutal anti-Semitic attacks.
Harry Potter's evil Shape was beloved, but the deceased actor vilified Israel in a play about Rachel Corrie.
Jews make up less than 1 percent of the population, but more than 50 percent of all attacks in 2014 were directed against them.
"The real purpose of Russia’s participation in the operation in the Middle East against international terrorism is not Latakia or the Alawites, but protection of its own security."
One blast in Jakarta was in a Starbucks cafe.
“This is simply terrorist construction by the Palestinian Authority, funded by EU countries, amounting to 110 million euros a year,” said MK Moti Yegev.
Tired of the society of plenty with its self-adulation? Hitler believed that "mankind has grown strong in eternal struggle, and only in eternal peace does it perish."
This would effectively downgrade the relationship between the two countries.
"The current President of Iran does not differ from his notorious predecessor, Ahmadinejad."
The body of a French Jewish lawmaker was found with stab wounds at his home in a Paris suburb.
French Jewish leaders are debating whether Marseille Jews should wear - or not wear - their yarmulkes.