The housing projects and public structures of Israel's early decades were considered boring and ugly, and have been forgotten. But the story of one remarkable building could offer an alternative to Tel Aviv's glittery towers
A tow truck escorted by a police vehicle hit Suleiman Hadalan, an older anti-occupation activist, in the South Hebron Hills. Both Israeli vehicles fled without summoning assistance for the fearless protester, who now in vegetative state
Nearly three months since the military coup, U.S. mediation efforts are flagging, and the crisis has been overshadowed by the resignation of a U.S. envoy
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett still not sure whether or not he will vote in favor or against of an official inquiry, which Defense Minister Gantz dubbed as 'a national need'
kahanist lawmaker Itamar Ben-Gvir will also be investigated for a separate incident, in which he pulled his gun on Arab security guards during a parking dispute
A ‘moral turpitude’ clause would keep Netanyahu from running in elections until he’s around 80, effectively ending the career of your average politician
The movement led by Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr already re-elected a parliamentary speaker opposed by the Iran-aligned camp, and could leave them in Iraq's opposition for the first time in the post-Saddam era
Global health experts just said repeated, frequent booster shots are not a viable solution for defeating the pandemic. So what lies ahead for COVID vaccines in Israel and beyond?
The annual Israeli Democracy Institute survey, which found public support for the Israeli army at a 13-year low, raised concerns of a rift between the public and the military. But some experts say the alarm is uncalled for