Violent protests against corona restrictions break out in Bnei Brak, Jerusalem and Ashdod
"We will soon be the first country in the world to step out of the Corona and open up our economy."
Prior to the Six Day War, the land between what is now Route 90 in the West Bank and the Jordan River was home to a number of monasteries.
‘Election economics’: Netanyahu and Katz unveil major grant plan for Israelis, treasury kept in dark
Plan includes direct payments to citizens, despite attorney general's assertion that any such move during an election campaign must have his approval
Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Turkey intend to present the U.S. leader with a new diplomatic map of the Middle East and create a protective wall against any pro-Iranian slide
The recent conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh has left many Armenians in Israel angered by their adopted homeland’s reported role in helping arm Baku and its ongoing refusal to recognize the 1915 Armenian genocide as a holocaust
The anti-Netanyahu bloc maintains a 65-seat majority, but the prime minister's Likud party is still far ahead of challengers Yesh Atid and New Hope
No security cabinet meetings since election called on December 23 • ‘In this government, the cabinet practically didn’t function’
As the pandemic forces Israel to close its airspace, the prime minister still refuses to pay the price needed to make Haredim toe the Coronavirus line.