JERUSALEM – An Israeli couple were killed in a shooting attack on their car on the West Bank Thursday night while four of their children sat in the back seat. The children were uninjured.
Hillary Clinton accused the Jewish state of acting “cocky” during a major 2010 feud between the then-secretary of state and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, according to a recently disclosed email she sent to an aide.
JERUSALEM—As Russian warplanes struck for the first time in Syria Wednesday and asked other foreign air forces to get out of the way, Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon said Israel will defend its interests in Syria without seeking permission from Russia.
JERUSALEM – The mechanism worked out last week in Moscow between Israeli and Russian heads of state for avoiding clashes with each other in Syria underwent its first strain today when President Vladimir Putin said he was “worried” about an Israeli artillery strike at Syrian army positions opposite the Golan Heights over the weekend.
A 10-year-old volunteer unearthed a 3,000-year-old seal from King David’s time in the 10th century BCE in the Temple Mount Sifting Project in Jerusalem.
When Rep. Peter Roskam, the staunchly pro-Israel Republican from Illinois, was preparing to introduce a motion to delay the Iran deal vote earlier this month, there was one group that he did not call—the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.
JERUSALEM—Israel and Russia have set up a joint military working group at a senior level to coordinate their activities in Syria regarding aerial, naval, and electromagnetic activity, according to a senior Israeli defense source.