Statistics revealed hours before Netanyahu and Obama meet to discuss peace process
The President warns of Israel’s “aggressive settlement construction over the last couple of years”
(JERUSALEM) — Israel‘s prime minister headed to Washington on Sunday for a high-stakes meeting with President Barack Obama about U.S.-led Mideast peace efforts, vowing to maintain a tough line in the face of heavy international pressure to begin making concessions to the Palestinians.
Benjamin Netanyahu‘s defiant tone set the stage …
Hundreds of thousands flood Jerusalem streets to protest military conscription for ultra-religious
(BEIRUT) — Hezbollah says Israel carried out an airstrike targeting its positions in Lebanon near the border with Syria earlier this week, claiming it caused damage but no casualties.
The Wednesday statement was the group’s first acknowledgement of the reported Monday night airstrikes.
Hezbollah said the attack was near the …
An Israeli official confirms to TIME that an air strike on the Syria-Lebanon border was Israel’s doing, aimed at stopping certain missiles entering the arsenal of militant group Hizballah
(JERUSALEM) — Israel’s prime minister says that those who boycott the Jewish state are anti-Semites.
Benjamin Netanyahu told a group of visiting Jewish-American leaders Monday that it is time for Israel to “fight back” and “delegitimize the delegitimizers.”
There are increasing concerns in Israel over a Palestinian-led movement …
On Thursday, Israelis reported credit card failures across the country. While the glitch was resolved, it exposes a national vulnerability that has security officials worried
Less than a year after President Obama left Israel to the sound of loud cheering after he assured Israelis in Hebrew that they “are not alone,” a new poll has found that 70% of Jewish Israelis do not trust Obama to safeguard their nation’s vital interests in negotiations with the Palestinians.
The survey, published Friday in the …
(JERUSALEM) — The Israeli military has removed Palestinian activists protesting at a deserted village in the West Bank whose final status is a central issue in U.S.-mediated peace talks with Israel.
Hundreds of activists had been demonstrating for a week at the site of Ein Hijleh, a Palestinian village in the Jordan Valley
Former CIA director David Petraeus warned during a meeting in Tel Aviv of the threat of militant groups with surface-to-air missiles grounding air traffic worldwide
Yait Netanyahi reportedly dating non-Jewish Norwegian student Sandra Leikanger