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.
The legislation is sponsored by Republican senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn of Texas and Democratic senators Chuck Schumer of New York and Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut.
Popular linguist Avshalom Kor on Thursday morning offered an explanation, siding with the reporters and chiding their editors.
The documentary offers a news-driven, satirical approach to focus on the global impact of the BDS Movement.
The governor later tweeted: "What a great honor it was to march in the @CelebrateIsrael parade today."
For most Jews, every passing year reveals even more intensely the divine miracles that began with the 1967 war, and are still with us.
The most popular platform position was unifying Hamas-controlled Gaza with the Palestinian Authority.
Trump has written: "Ironically, some of the same people who claim we shouldn’t build a wall cite the success of Israel’s wall."
Glick should beware, though, of his newly acquired power, and avoid delivering to the unschooled messages they cannot truly comprehend.
Gaza tots are being desensitized to the sounds of war in school plays where they learn to wage war against Israel in realistic-sounding battle scenes.
The Krakow Judge wrote that "had Poland accepted the US extradition request, it would have violated the rights of Mr Polanski and at the same time the European Convention on Human Rights."
“I’m not a Starbucks guy. I’m a Dunkin Donuts guy, but I like to pay for the coffee of the other folks behind me in line,” Kraft revealed.
The film depicts an Arab society which has gone a long way towards tolerating its gay members. It also offers criticism and praise of Israeli society from the Arab point of view.
So far, the website says: No, in big, red letters.
Egypt's chief cleric reprimanded Israel for allowing its holy city to be sullied with a nude dance performance.
The man who gave a new, planet-wide meaning to the word 'happy' will bring his music and his muse to Rishon Lezion this summer. Israelis are happy!
When someone in the cheap seats yelled at him to “let it go,” Patinking responded, “I’m not letting it go! The Yiddish culture means too much to me."
Fridman, who has four children, the youngest is 10 and the eldest 22, told his Russian audience he wants his children to follow in his footsteps and create something on their own.
The collection belonged to Eve Newgas, née Blumka, whose family was among the most prestigious art and antique dealers in Vienna.
"The Germans incessantly lied to the Jews they deported for extermination. They told them about resettlement, work and life in a different location."