Flutist Sharon Bezaly shares her gifts with the Netanya Kibbutz Chamber Orchestra
Palestinians living in the Netherlands who were born after 1948 will now be allowed to register the Strip and the West Bank as their place of birth, instead of Israel or unknown
Yair Netanyahu accused the police of covering up details of 19-year-old Ori Ansbacher's murder, possibly instigating the police's request of the public to stop posting details of the death.
Report initiated after request by Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff concludes that 1,408 Finns volunteered in the Nazi division and took part in massacres of 10,000 people
Right-wing activists tried to block the road at Jerusalem’s northwestern entrance on Saturday night, chanting, “The nation demands revenge.”
Offensive begins after more than 20,000 civilians evacuated from last pocket the terror group holds in the east of the war-torn country
Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper served for nearly a decade as Canada's prime minister, losing the elections in October 2015 to Justin Trudeau. He charted a strongly pro-Israel position.
“Israel's long hand reaches anyone who harms us," Netanyahu said Saturday night.
U.S. campaign against Iran and Hezbollah making region even more volatile, Russian Ambassador to Lebanon Alexander Zasypkin charges
Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman also called on the doctors to return to work, with the Health Ministry warning that a strike during the busy winter months is likely to harm sick patients.