'In several songs, he talks about Iran being occupied, colonialized, and isolated. We must save Toomaj Salehi'
US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said they were not expecting renewed talks following PM Naftali Bennett's statement that there were no plans to speak with PA president Abbas.
Anhar al-Dik spent half her pregnancy in Israeli prison. She’s hoping her newborn won’t grow up there
Just days before the scheduled birth of her son, security prisoner Anhar al-Dik was released, under restrictive conditions, so the baby would not be born behind bars. Anhar, who suffers from mental illness, is accused of attempting to stab a settler
Bar-Ilan University scholar Netanel Flamer explains the difference between state intelligence and that of terrorist organizations like Hamas and Hezbollah – and warns of the serious tech threat to Israel
The 37th Haifa International Film Festival, one of the most enjoyable film festivals in Israel, will run from September 19-28 at the Haifa Cinematheque and other theaters around the city.
Over the eight-day Sukkot educational hiatus, adults and children alike can find themselves at a loose end. Luckily there is an abundance of cultural and arts events going on.
Extraordinary declassified documents reveal the reasons cited by Israel’s top security officials for repressing the country’s Arab minority
Dozens of truck carrying Iranian fuel oil entered northeastern Lebanon near the village of al-Ain, where Hezbollah's yellow flag fluttered from lampposts.
Efforts to build a Jewish-Arab shared society in Israel are needed more than ever. Here are three main obstacles such attempts must overcome
If hominids who emerged from Africa reached the area of today’s Israel, they trod the same gravel we are walking on today. A sweaty journey to the place where there is literally nothing new under the sun, just 100 kilometers north of Eilat