It appears Ha'aretz is willing to see Israeli high court justices' lives be put in jeopardy just to advance the paper's political ends. So much for tolerance and liberalism.
According to Lavrov, the Arab peace initiative is a universal document, which everybody regards as the fitting foundation for a peaceful future between Arabs and Jews.
Whether Area C becomes part of Israel or is handed over to the PA, "we should know how many potential Arab citizens we'll have in the state."
The Russians are supplying Iran with advanced S-300 long range surface-to-air missile systems, and are in the process of selling the Iranians many more weapons.
Ahead of coalition reshuffle, Bennett revving up attacks on Netanyahu, Liberman urging calm.
Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman told the Yisrael Beytenu faction he won't give media interviews until at least Rosh Hashana: first he has to "learn the material."
What a wonderful example of community values in face of government deafness.
A teenage boy who was barred from his home in Yitzhar and also from Samaria is allowed to return for lack of placement elsewhere.
Signaling the Russians' intense interest in remaining involved in the process, TASS on Friday ran five different stories involving Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov and the peace agreement.
Even Israel's best friends in the world envision the ousting of the Jews from Area C, possibly while allowing Israel to retain eastern Jerusalem.
A Wednesday decree issued by Shabak truly sounded like part of the mad hatter's party in Alice in Wonderland.
He had 74 Arab employees from the PA who needed entry permits to be able to continue working in the new SodaStream plant.
The re-mapping effort of those 62 thousand hectares constitutes a significant increase in the rate of this work, compared with only 20 thousand hectares re-mapped in 2014 and 13 thousand in 2013.
Kulanu's vagaries in the coming weeks should be viewed in the context of a party on its way to extinction attempting to soar once more by flapping its arms with great vigor.
Republican candidate Donald Trump has good friends in Cornel West and James Zogby, who will surely rattle and shake one of the Democratic party’s most third-ralish third rail issues, in public.
We at the Jewish Press online came up with a list of issues we will be following up during the Lieberman administration at the Defense Ministry, and the reader is invited to add more items.
Israel was rebuked this month by the World Bank for ruining the PA economy by, essentially, withholding money it is rightfully due.
Yitzhar's Yeshiva was occupied for one year, starting April 11, 2014, by a Border Guard company, after confrontations between local residents and the IDF.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett says he is expanding programs for Gaza Belt children this summer.
The Haredi rabbis referred to "stupid" statements by senior officials in government and the military which, they said, dishonor the nation of Israel and the IDF soldiers.
A large brush fire in Mount Hebron was ignited by an IDF flare as soldiers hunted for a terrorist.
Back in January, Dayan tweeted bitterly, “14 MKs labored indefatigably against my appointment in Brazil: 13 Joint Arab List members and one Tzipi Livni.”
What would better express Israel's independence than allowing the thriving communities of northern Samaria thrive again?
The court ruled that police must give more consideration as to whether or not to arrest young minors.
When white people decolonize their oppressors, does it count as liberation, or does it automatically constitute an occupation?