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Tit for Tat Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman Photo: Eli Mandelbaum Foreign minister instructs Israeli ambassador to EU to tell Europeans they will only be permitted to examine Palestinian prisoners' conditions after an Israeli delegation will
The judiciary and the public were given a golden and unique opportunity, to reveal all that happened in the immediate vicinity of Ms...It appears as though the opportunity has been missed for the time being...Zaken tried to expose events involving
Zaken brought no supporting evidence from outside, said a statement from the prosecution.
The signatories warn in the letter that "the initiative will not achieve equality of burden, but would rather keep it away and will stop integration of hareidim. Signatories include vice president of the Israel Democracy Institute Yedidia Stern, Prof.
More Arab countries see terrorism as an enemy' President Shimon Peres was interviewed by Arab news studio Panet and said that "more and more Arab countries see terrorism as an enemy, and rightfully so." Peres addressed the issue of the Iranian arms
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and California Governor Jerry Brown have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for R&D cooperation between Israel and California. The agreement stresses four main areas: water technologies, energy, storage
41 Jerusalem: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attended a Hollywood film premiere Tuesday -- launching a film about Israel in Tinseltown itself. "Is this the Oscars?" Netanyahu -- fresh from meeting President Barack Obama in Washington --
The best choice is to divide the land and to keep the state of Israel maybe smaller but with our values as a Jewish, democratic state living in harmony a secured state, Livni said in an interview on CNN .
The case revolves around the approval of a Jerusalem real-estate development after it appeared the development would be rejected. Under the agreement, Zaken would serve a prison sentence of 11 months for her part in the affair. It is now up to the
British Prime Minister David Cameron will visit Israel and speak in the Knesset on Wednesday. His visit was rescheduled from several weeks ago due to flooding in London. Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein stated, "I welcome the arrival of the head of