JERUSALEM—Palestinian terror has declined this year in Israel and the West Bank but not for lack of trying.
A Norwegian film festival has refused to show an Israeli-made film about children with disabilities, and says it will show Israeli films only if they deal with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a pro-Palestinian manner.
A 91-year-old Israeli man who survived the holocaust won the 10 kilometer race by a huge margin at the world championship for senior runners in Lyon, France on Monday.
A delegation of U.S. congressmen in Israel was harassed by a large group of Muslim men during a visit to the historically significant Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Tuesday, according to a Jerusalem Post report. Reps. Trent Franks (R., Ariz.), Keith Rothfus (R., Penn.), and Evan Jenkins (R., W.Va.), who was also joined by his wife, were approached …
JERUSALEM—Hinting at steps Israel might take to prevent an Iranian nuclear breakout, Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon told an interviewer last week “I’m not responsible for the longevity of Iranian scientists.”
In a security briefing Thursday, U.S.-born Israeli journalist Caroline Glick said that the Iran nuclear deal poses just as much a threat to American security as it does to Israel.
A new report explores the current success stories of the Israeli economy in addition to presenting the obstacles that still prevent the country from achieving its utmost economic potential.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rallied more than 10,000 Jewish leaders and activists to reject a recently inked nuclear accord with Iran that the Israeli leader believes “will bring war” to the region and provide the Islamic Republic with a nuclear weapon within 10 to 15 years.