Since the massacre that took the lives of 11 congregation members, Jeffrey Finkelstein has worked to strengthen bonds between Israel and Diaspora Jews
Rafi Peretz and Bezalel Smotrich had reportedly disagreed over the latter's demands, one of which was to grant Netanyahu immunity from prosecution
The company’s engineers have already started using the Israeli unit's products, which would eventually be included in Facebook’s Workplace package
Of the many players in the industry, ‘it’s possible that one will be a big, serious company in another 10 years, but I have no doubt that the average will be a total collapse,’ one investment chief says
The nationwide referendum is widely seen as another step toward restoring authoritarian rule eight years after a pro-democracy uprising that toppled Mubarak
In a New York Times op-ed, Jason Greenblatt justifies Israeli blockade on the Strip by pointing out Hamas' decision to 'divert supplies to build infrastructure for war'
The civil war lessened the Assad regime’s grip on northeastern Syria, allowing Kurdish culture to be seen and heard again. Locals worry that recent events will force it underground once more