Habayit Hayehudi will vote tonight whether to approve the merger with Otzma Yehudit
Ashdod has been a bulwark of support for the prime minister and his Likud party, but on a recent visit Haaretz discovers growing discontent toward the country’s long-serving leader
Foreign minister accuses Washington of ignoring the kingdom's human rights violations, in light of congressional report on U.S.-Saudi cooperation
"We regard this outrageous incident with the hacker attack in the Gorodok Gallery shopping mall as part of a hybrid information warfare, which Ukraine has faced since 2014."
A report from The Jerusalem Post on death penalty for Iranian gays played a role in ending criminalization of gays.
Likud sources say the prime minister canceled the meeting in Moscow as main rival Gantz in talks with Yair Lapid to merge
"It's their right to think how they want. But can they count? I'm sure they can. Let them count the speed and the range of the weapons systems we are developing," Putin told Russia's political elite.
The mother of Muhammad Said Muhammad Ali is seen praising her 19-year-old son for his “heroic” act.
A soldier was lightly wounded and has received medical treatment.
The Israeli army has increased its use of live fire during the nighttime demonstrations, which are more violent than the weekly Friday protests