Palestinian kills three near Jerusalem
Over the last two years, Palestinian terrorists have killed over fifty people, including a British tourist.
UK-Israel tech links are ‘most exciting ever’
Sanders criticises US policy on Israel
Sunday, September 24, 2017
Alarm over new drug epidemic
65 facts you didn’t know about Israel
End of Eurovision for Israel
Israel defends backtrack on egalitarian prayers
The Israeli government has justified a decision not to implement a compromise agreed with non-Orthodox Jewish movements over the Western Wall
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Countdown begins to 'special' Giro in Israel
The race will begin with a time trial around the Old City next March
Monday, September 18, 2017
Exemptions row spills on to streets
Police officers were caught on camera attacking protesters and Police Commissioner Ronny Alsheikh said he “felt sick” seeing the footage
Hamas ready to hold elections
Statement does not clarify major sticking point in past on whether Hamas is ready to place its security forces under Palestinian Authority control
Sunday, September 17, 2017
Israel to end ban on gay couples adopting
The government had previously suggested that having gay parents would be “baggage” for adopted children.
Donkeys: bringing Jews and Arabs together
Thousands of donkeys in Israel and the Palestinian territories face overwork and cruelty
Thursday, September 14, 2017
Israel to host Giro d'Italia
The cycling race will be the biggest sporting event ever held in Israel
Netanyahu backs Kurdish state
Official statement supports 'legitimate efforts' despite Iraqi government objections
Ruling means clash of immovable objects
The view from Israel after the High Court ruling on Charedim military exemptions
Foxtrot controversy reignites
Arts Minister Miri Regev said it was “outrageous to see Israeli artists contributing to the incitement of the younger generation against the most moral army in the world, while lying under the guise of art”.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
MK resigns after attending gay wedding
Sephardi rabbis called on senior members of his party 'not to endorse this terrible desecration of God’s blessed name'
Charedim face military service
Move will threaten Prime Minister Netanyahu's fragile coalition
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Peres autobiography to be released
'No Room For Small Dreams' described as an 'ideological will and testament'
Monday, September 11, 2017
Yair Netanyahu condemned over antisemitic image
Prime Minister's son uses classic slur to suggest his family is victim of a conspiracy over corruption charges
Sunday, September 10, 2017
Jerusalem sells itself as city of many sides
The Jerusalem Development Authority (JDA) has partnered with Thomas Cook to promote the destination across Europe
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Reports: Israel targets chemical weapons factory in Syria
'We will not allow Iran and Hezbollah to build the capabilities which allow them to attack Israel from Syria'
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