An America which can stomach the anger of its Arab allies is in no mood to suffer the humiliations of Israel either
Members of the Israel Diamond Exchange claim Hanan Abramovich’s company owes them ‘tens of millions of dollars’ for gems that it purchased but did not pay for
'Our soldiers are not murderers,' Benjamin Netanyahu told a press conference in Israel
Judges dismissed an insanity plea by Yosef Haim Ben David's lawyers
The report found the UK lags behind other rich countries in reducing inequality in child well-being
Israel has appointed the first ever Arab police officer to the rank of deputy commissioner, the force's second-highest rank.
Between 800,000 and 1 million people were killed over the course of 100 days in Rwanda in 1994
Analysis of military records written on pottery suggests that literacy was not only for for Jerusalem elite
Aiden Katri, a 19-year-old trans woman, faces multiple prison sentences if she continues to refuse
The judge said he found reasonable suspicion of an illegal shooting but noted the incident was 'complicated'
The Rabbi said non-Jews who fail to live by the seven Noahide laws should be expelled to Saudi Arabia
The shadow leader of the House of Commons said Labour members should not question Israel's right to exist
Jaffa Military Court will examine the incidents surrounding the shooting
Cellebrite is reportedly the 'non-governmental third party' which may have found a way to gain access to the iPhone
Soldier detained after 'grave breach of IDF values'
Houthis, Sunni extremist groups, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula and others have threatened the Jewish community in Yemen