In his first interview since taking office, Damtew Dessalegne says he expected Israel, a country that took in Jewish refugees from around the world, to be more accepting of asylum seekers
The nurse from an Isle of Man family would undergo both Reform and Orthodox conversions, but the Old Lion’s wife Paula never considered her a real Jew
Syrian regime closes accounts with West - and Israel-linked rebels, as Iran builds and expands its presence in the area.
Tehran is quietly feeding propaganda through some 98 websites to 25 countries in what the CEO of an Israeli cybersecurity firm calls 'an unusual effort to create a global shift in the public's consciousness'
Crown Prince Mohammd sidelined during G20 'family photo' ■ Putin and prince give each other high five, Trump and MBS 'exchanged pleasantries'
A Palestinian West Bank resident says his Shin Bet interrogators tortured him, but the judges say the methods were acceptable. The ruling could have far-reaching implications for the way interrogations are conducted
Suspect had daily work pass, was transferred to Shin Bet for interrogation after hammer attack in southern city of Eilat
Syria’s allies now appear to want to sweep the incident under the carpet. This may be to protect the regime from embarrassment.
Damascus, Russian media retract earlier report Syria downed Israeli aircraft ■ Al-Arabiya: Israeli planes attacked Iranian targets in Syria ■ Syrian opposition says target of airstrike was close to area with heavy Hezbollah presence