The Rorschach test, invented 100 years ago, still provokes fierce controversy. Do the mysterious inkblots really possess the almost magical qualities attributed to them?
The biggest different between the polls was found in Mansour Abbas' conservative Ra'am Party, which cleared the electoral threshold only in the Channel 13 poll, failing to do so in the N12 poll.
Netanyahu accuses court of persecuting Israel for political reasons ■ U.S. State Dept. says it has 'serious concerns' over ICC exercising jurisdiction in non-member countries
The French president is set to visit a Lebanon on the verge of collapse – and maybe the formation of a Sunni militia – to promote economic reforms whether or not a new government is finally formed
With a rocketing murder rate and long-standing mutual distrust between the community and local police, Israel’s Arab towns are desperate to find a solution to a killer problem
Pressure to publish, a narcissistic personality or simply the pursuit of glory: What makes researchers cheat, and how does scientific fraud affect attitudes toward coronavirus vaccinations?
Turkish police have raided and detained around 50 Uighurs in recent months, according to lawyers. Although no hard evidence has yet emerged, some fear Beijing is using the vaccines as leverage to win passage of an extradition treaty
Israel marks grim milestone of 5,000 deaths ■ Netanyahu warns of 'massive and rapid spread' of British coronavirus variant ■ Palestinians start vaccination campaign ■ Israel expected to sign tourism pact