Forget the 'Startup Nation.' Israeli high-tech is changing. The industry is set to grow a new generation of large companies that could could revolutionize Israel
The agreement is essentially a loan which will see a later shipment of COVID vaccines to the Palestinian Authority redirected to Israel
Many countries are concerned about plunging birthrates, but Israel has the opposite problem
After a day of rising tensions, which saw a far-right march in Jerusalem and incendiary balloons launched from Gaza, Israel’s new coalition government ordered airstrikes against Hamas.
TikTok has faced backlash in Israel — including calls by Netanyahu to suspend the platform — after violent videos of clashes between Jews and Arabs went viral
32-year-old Schlesinger, who represented Israel until a dispute with the national judo association, ends her career with one World Championship and four European championship medals
Biden vowed 'no blank checks' for Sisi, but Egypt's recognition of Israel — and help on Gaza — has long fed a U.S. alliance despite human rights abuses.
The march posed a test for Israel's fragile new government as well as the tenuous truce that ended last month's 11-day war between Israel and Hamas.
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
Gaza and Israel both launched small-scale attacks as negotiators continue to wrangle the details of the cease-fire and 8000 remain homeless.
Israel Lacrosse Association is hosting women’s tournament, made up of 20 countries and 500 players
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 first conference devoted to Hebrew-language detective fiction proved a stark reminder that few fictional private eyes have left a mark on Israeli literature — although one has come close.
Israeli jets launched air strikes on Gaza overnight Thursday to Friday after militants in the Palestinian territory again set off incendiary balloons into southern Israel, the army and AFP journalists said.
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, an influential figure in Israel's ultra-Orthodox community, is the latest leader to apparently avoid blaming anyone for the Mount Meron stampede that killed 45 pilgrims
Mayoral candidate Andrew Yang draws fire from fellow Democrats for tweeting that he is 'standing with the people of Israel' amid Gaza rocket fire, as other candidates cope with a changing political landscape in the city
Project of new Israel consulate to open with classic Israeli tale of Indian Jewish immigrants.
The number of new start-ups in Israel is in decline, a publicly funded agency said Wednesday, raising concerns for the future of the country’s much-vaunted technology sector and the wider
'The Russian-Jewish Cookbook: Recollections and Recipes of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union' offers a glimpse into the kitchens and rich cultural world of Russians speakers who immigrated to Israel as children.
Israel's new coalition has ruptured the fantasies, myths and facile takes that have sheltered American Jews in their hasbarist or anti-Zionist comfort zones for so long
Judaism rejects the racism, hate and violence we’ve witnessed on Israel’s streets. And it also endorses them
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.
Israel has a new coalition government made up of eight very different parties. But having ousted Benjamin Netanyahu, can it hold together?
Israel’s longest-serving leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, was ousted from office on Sunday by a coalition of rival parties from across the political spectrum. Yair Lapid, a centrist former TV news anchor, won a confidence vote in parliament by 60 to 59 seats giving the new coalition a razor-thin majority.
The Guardian’s Jerusalem correspondent, Oliver Holmes, tells Rachel Humphreys that Netanyahu’s downfall was marked by jubilant celebrations from his political opponents. But the new coalition of eight parties is far from stable. Dahlia Scheindlin tells Rachel that despite the momentous week in Israeli politics it may not produce a significant change of course on the biggest issues facing the country. And it may not be the last act for Netanyahu in Israeli politics. Continue reading...
If so, that may be good news for the environment but it’s bad news for Israel’s high-tech economy
Far-right Israeli groups will march in and around East Jerusalem’s Old City on Tuesday in a flag-waving procession that risks igniting tensions with Palestinians in the contested city and rekindling violence between Israel and Gaza militants.
While Apple users account for only 20-30% of all smartphone owners in Israel, they are considered to be more technologically savvy than average
Anti-Defamation League says 'a dangerous and drastic surge' in antisemitism has been seen after fighting broke out between Israel and Hamas
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
This marks the first escalation in violence since a cease-fire ended 11 days of conflict between Israel and Hamas last month
Israel's Health Ministry confirmed it appealed to the British government on behalf of the family, who argue their ultra-Orthodox faith means they can't agree with any action that would bring their child's death closer
‘Wearing Israel’s blue and white means more to me than just playing baseball’
Israel's Singapore ambassador says the 'door is open' to improve relations with Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei, despite fierce condemnation of Israel's Gaza operation by the Muslim-majority countries in South East Asia
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.
The Holocaust was an impulsive rebellion by 'polytheistic instincts,' claimed Jewish American essayist and literary critic George Steiner, who passed away this month, aged 90. He also speculated about what might have happened if Hitler was captured by Israel
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.'