Sunday, April 23, 2017
Echoing the Israeli leader's line on Iran, the US official mentioned the Holocaust in addressing current threats facing the Jewish state.
The mother of one soldier threw water in a lawmaker's face; the Israeli prime minister said he “can’t know what it’s like to be a bereaved father.”
The state has cracked down on strikers and protestors and sought to remind the world that the leader of the protest is a convicted murderer.
A 57-year-old eastern Jerusalem man who police said is mentally ill allegedly stabbed a visiting student multiple times on the light rail.
Cabinet member Yisrael Katz argues that grand projects like an artificial island near Gaza do not have to wait for peace with the Palestinians.
Some 80 people were rescued from the lake this week amid heavy winds, and three remained missing as of Thursday morning.
With their country maintaining a policy of noninterference, giving money has been a way for Israelis to respond to the brutal-six year conflict.
Eran Neuman decided to continue head of the School of Architecture at Tel Aviv University, following differences of opinion over his role and terms of employment, the museum announced.
The Multidisciplinary Center on Cannabinoid Research aims to be a global leader in the field.
Leaders of the left-wing party announced Wednesday that they are postponing the planned leadership primary on July 3, the same day of the American pop singer’s concert in Tel Aviv, over fears that voters would have trouble getting to the polls.


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