"We cannot... protect our people by allowing bad actors to have them and those of us who are good not to have them.”
Jews of Kaifeng, China will have their first traditional seder this year!
America's defense secretary says Israel's security is a "top priority" for him.
Israeli PM Netanyahu warns nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers is going from bad to "worse."
Iran is already banking on the lifting of sanctions; vow to raise oil production to 1 million bpd.
Russia closed its deal Monday to deliver the powerful S-300 missile defense system to Iran... eventually.
Minister Lavrov expressed outrage over the possibility of a NATO strike on Syrian chemical storage facilities without a mandate from the UN – a mandate Russia made sure would not be issued.
Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh played down President Trump's attempts to "zero down Iran's crude exports," warning that the US sanctions will only inflame the market.
Diplomats say today world negotiators will announce a nuclear deal has been reached with Iran.
Pilots are still ignoring the back-to-work order by the Tel Aviv District Labor Court. A new hearing is set for Feb. 22.
Minister Yuval Steinitz says "if he were American he would oppose the deal with Iran" and explains why.
The institutes will select cutting-edge application technologies from advance disciplines that can be industrialized.
No Israelis missing in huge blasts at a Taijin port warehouse near Beijing, with many dead and wounded.
The general did not say which variant of the missile the country bought, bu did mention the DF 21 is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead.
The Lebanese Hezbollah guerrilla fighters are the most heavily armed in the region, other than Israel, the IDF warns.
47,000 Chinese tourists visited Israel ( 以色列 ) last year, and the Tourism Ministry hopes that figure will reach 100,000 by the year 2018.
The class is being taught by Israeli teacher Miri Beck-Freund, a graduate of the Levinsky College of Education in Tel Aviv.
Chinese firms are snapping up promising Israeli companies as they go on sale.
'There are vast and rapid changes in technology, which Israel excels in that we believe that we could cooperate in.'
US Secy of State John Kerry travels to Vienna on Friday for "final" nuclear talks with Iran.
Silly Israelis are still going ahead with their plans, even with an extra warning from the Foreign Ministry.
China announces a joint naval exercise with Russia in the Mediterranean Sea in mid-May.
China has acquired $7 billion in Israeli assets in the past three years.
In the last year, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of tourists and business people visiting Israel from China.
Should we be a little disturbed when the Obama Administration is recruiting a veteran GW Bush hand to support its war plans?