Vows not to pay penalty, since she can’t afford it
Netanyahu says Israel will not allow Iran to build nuclear weapons
(JERUSALEM) — Israel’s main opposition party has chosen a new leader, crowning a veteran lawmaker and Labor Party stalwart as chairman of the once-storied party after a landslide victory, according to election results released Friday.
Isaac Herzog won 58.5 percent of the votes in Thursday’s primary, over 41.5 percent garnered by …
Iran’s Supreme Leader called Israel “the rabid dog” of the region
Last March, when President Obama swept into Israel determined to patch up the fraught relationship with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the labored effort on both sides was so obvious as to be a bit painful. Israeli television …
(DETROIT) — A woman accused of failing to tell US immigration authorities about her role in a deadly bombing in Israel is expected to make her first appearance in Detroit federal court.
Rasmieh Yousef Odeh became a naturalized citizen in 2004. Nearly a decade later, she’s charged with covering up her conviction in an attack that …
(JERUSALEM) — A Palestinian teenager stabbed an Israeli soldier to death at a bus station in northern Israel on Wednesday, police said, in a rare nationalistic attack far from the usual West Bank flashpoints.
The soldier was stabbed multiple times in the neck and upper body and was evacuated to hospital in critical condition where …
(JERUSALEM) — The Israeli prime minister says he has ordered his housing minister to reconsider a plan studying possible construction of thousands of new homes in Jewish settlements.
In a statement, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the plan would make “no contribution” to settlements and would only hurt the cause.
He said …
Pushing back on emerging agreement, Netanyahu says Iran ‘got everything and paid nothing’
Move seen as bid to placate hard-liners in wake of Palestinian prisoner release
Announcement of 1,500 new housing units comes hours after Palestinian prisoner release
Policy aimed at restarting peace talks but hugely unpopular with Israeli public