You place just one of them near the Syrian coast and do whatever you want, really.
French President Francois Hollande underscores the importance of anti-Semitism as CRIF's keynote speaker.
No one can match the British when it comes to delivering a whipping, even when it is only a verbal tongue lashing.
YouTube shut down a whistle blower account as if it was inciting violence, rather than revealing incitement.
Swiss rabbis are irritated at foreign rabbis stepping into a local issue where they see no ineed to intervene.
Russia is punishing Iran for handing fancy weapons to Hezbollah, while Ankara cozies up to Tehran for trade.
The Turkish government seized control of the country's biggest-selling newspaper this weekend.
Testimony implies former Pres. Cristina Fernandez and her government may have murdered Alberto Nisman.
A couple wants to reintroduce the ancient species of Jacob sheep in Israel.
It wasn't so long ago the Soviet government would jail a citizen for insisting there IS a God...
The U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution imposing strict sanctions on North Korea.
Gas company workers were doing maintenance work on a pipeline when they discovered the bones.
Newly released documents from Osama Bin Laden's hideout show he was trying to create more structure in Al Qaeda.
"The murder of Ali Dawabsha drew across-the-board condemnation in Israel ... What about those who wake up in the morning and murder Israelis?"
The Palestinian Authority will receive a direct transfer of $185 million. The remaining $89 million will be given to UNRWA.
It's a very silly approach to ranking anything, using an average of 450 respondents per ranked country.
Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein is to make an historic address before the British parliament.
“Visiting Israel is a learning opportunity, where you’re not simply reading about what’s going on on a piece of paper but seeing what exactly is going on,” Lord Navnit Dholakia, deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords, told TPS.
Over 100 Ukrainian Jews fled war-torn Ukraine and arrived in Israel.
South Sudan’s first ambassador to Israel said a Netanyahu visit to his country "could unite the torn tribes, bring peace and end the bloodshed."
Media reports on the situation in Syria are mixed, as ever: the cease-fire is holding, but very shaky.
During the war, Sochaczew lost more than 4,000 residents, all of them Jewish.
The European Union is behind the illegal construction of numerous Arab structures on Israeli-controlled territory.
Syrian activists fear Israel has sold UAVs to Russia, who then handed them over to the Assad regime.
'Son of Saul's' riveting plot brought a first-time Oscar for a Hungarian film, by a first-time director.