Neither Mandelblit nor Netanyahu seems willing to back down.
Greedy Jews, occupation, and ‘lovely bitches’: Israel’s Eurovision video pushes limits and draws fire
The video, meant to be a satirical advertisement for tourists coming to Israel, sparked immediate controversy for its anti-Semitic and insensitive elements
The Trump administration sees Iran’s behavior as another instance of why it pulled the U.S. out of the deal in the first place: the Iranian regime is not trustworthy.
Nirit Takele says she has always painted about the disadvantaged Ethiopian community; it’s not some stream of ‘black art’ shown for the trendy in New York or London
Iran has dismissed the new US deployments, including of an aircraft carrier, as old news announced now to intimidate it through "psychological warfare."
The US said on Tuesday that a number of B-52 bombers would be part of additional forces sent to the Middle East to counter what the Trump administration calls "clear indications" of threats from Iran
For many years Karlin was the only woman who drew cartoons for the New Yorker. After moving back to Israel, she became active with a nonprofit that monitors Palestinian human rights
Syria has suffered an acute fuel shortage this winter, with the government introducing rationing for gasoline and cooking gas and long queues building at petrol stations