The paper, Israel Hayom, did not cite any sources. But it went on to quote Defence Minister Benny Gantz as saying: 'Israel needs to have a military option on the table'
If and when American Jews emerge from their own country’s horror show and pay attention to Israel’s upcoming election, they won't like what they'll see. As Trump exits the White House stage, more right-wing nationalists are surging towards power in Israel
The university is the first in Israel to require gender balance in committees, and by doing so hopes to increasing the number of female professors at the university
All told 151,000 mainly middle-class families have been hurt economically by the COVID-19 pandemic, a report from Israel's National Security Institute states
Hitler’s affliction after World War I and the doctor who treated him star in a 1939 novel by Ernst Weiss, a Jewish physician and writer whose works – praised by the likes of Kafka – only recently got their due in Israel
Israel Lacrosse Association is hosting women’s tournament, made up of 20 countries and 500 players
Israel imposed a tighter lockdown as coronavirus infections soared, the variant spread, vaccines were running out and a debate erupted over the country’s responsibility to the Palestinians.
Channel 12 says officials in the incoming administration have updated Israel on the deliberations, as wary Jerusalem pushes for a broader accord
Eugenics, euthanasia, forced sterilization – these and other 20th-century phenomena related to the theme of ‘racial purity’ are featured in an exhibition opening in Israel on International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Israel’s pandemic response chief has said that he hopes to see a vaccine offered to children over the age of 12 from March if trial data supports the move.
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A Canadian who came to Israel to attend high school and then decided to stay, and an American expat leading guided tours from the comfort of her living room
Project of new Israel consulate to open with classic Israeli tale of Indian Jewish immigrants.
Benjamin Balint on his book ‘Kafka’s Last Trial,’ and why no streets in Israel are named after the Jewish writer
Diners who were until recently prisoners to poor food at high prices now have the offerings of no few chefs in Israel.
'The Siege of Tel Aviv' envisions five Muslim armies attacking Israel - and the Nazi-style genocide attempt that follows
Israel Democracy Institute’s Democracy Index finds under 10 percent of respondents trust the justice system, and 82 percent believe segregation from Arabs is necessary to preserve a Jewish identity
McCartney says being chosen was a 'great honor,' but his schedule won't allow him to travel to Israel
The makers of hit podcast ‘Israel Story’ reveal the secrets of their success.
Relations between Poland and Israel have suffered since the introduction of a law in Poland last year making it illegal to blame the Polish nation for Nazi crimes
Moran Cerf, a French-Israeli neuroscientist and one of the first Israeli hackers, thinks human error enabled the recent spate of attacks targeting Israel. In an interview, he explains how to protect your privacy and security
Israel’s Chief Rabbinate considers Italian-Jewish community’s carciofi alla guidia nonkosher, but Rome Jews say their artichokes are tighter and more compact than the Israeli version, thus preventing insects and worms from infecting them
‘Wearing Israel’s blue and white means more to me than just playing baseball’
Which British pub phenomenon is now gaining ground among Israel’s young? Top marks if you said pub quizzes. The brains behind the MyQuiz night have all the answers.
Spare parts were brought to warehouses days before extensive strikes attributed to Israel, Iranian Revolutionary Guards source tells Kuwaiti newspaper
Meanwhile, Israel bows to Belgium in American football qualifying match for the European championship
Despite the taboo, sexual surrogate therapy has found its place in Israel, offering a real lifeline for those with intimacy issues
Sheldon Adelson spent millions of dollars in Israel and U.S. to push conservative politicians, including upending Israel’s media market with his pro-Netanyahu free daily Israel Hayom
Although Egyptian director Amir Ramses and his generation mostly know about Jews from the context of war with bitter rival Israel, he has presented the community in the early 20th century as the 'good guys.'
Bank of Israel announces it will buy $30 billion in 2021 in order to curb the rise of the shekel, a policy overhaul meant to provide the market with 'certainty about the bank's commitments'
From body bags to bugging summits, cosying up to Franco to counter-insurgency: This is how the Mossad built, and nearly destroyed, perhaps the most steadfast clandestine relationship between Israel and any Arab state
The U.S. is Israel’s friend but Beijing is becoming more aggressive pursuing its economic policy goals, leaving Israeli companies in a quandary
A ban on imports of carciofi alla giudia into Israel has angered many Jewish Romans. But Milan's Jewish community would rather play by the rules
With its appropriate design and location, it is one of the best buildings constructed in Israel in recent years
Israel adamantly rejects the term, saying the restrictions it imposes in Gaza and the West Bank are temporary measures needed for security
The shekel has gained value sharply despite Israel's impending elections and the lack of political stability. In 2020, the shekel has gained 4.8 percent against key currencies
Filmmaker renews criticism of U.S. and U.K. for supporting Israel.
How one man’s quest, half a century ago, for the right to define his own family’s identity unwittingly set up a momentous clash between Israel’s secular and religious power centers, changed the Law of Return and still fuels conflict over who is a Jew