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Netanyahu Suspends Palestinians-Only Bus Program
Critics accuse Israel of racial segregation
Ethiopian Jews Rally Against Prejudice and Police Brutality in Tel Aviv
Israeli Ethiopians address their anger over racism and violence from the police by staging a protest
Tel Aviv Diary: Bibi’s Cabinet Circus Act
Amid chaos and controversy, the Israeli prime minister appoints his government in the nick of time.
Declaring the State of Israel on May 14, 1948
“We hereby proclaim the establishment of the Jewish state in Palestine, to be called Israel.”
Israeli Justice Minister Gets Armed Escort After Death Threats
Ayelet Shaked was given extra guards after social media threats and mock images of her in SS uniform.
Tel Aviv Diary: How Long Will Netanyahu’s Frail Coalition Last?
At the eleventh hour, Netanyahu cobbles together just enough votes to form a government.
Why Is Israel Criticized for Helping Nepal Earthquake Victims?
Critics say sending aid to Nepal is to distract from the Palestinian issue. Is that fair?
Israel Did 'Massive and Unprecedented Harm' to Civilians in Gaza War, Report Says
"We were firing purposelessly all day long. Hamas was nowhere to be seen," one tank sergeant said.
Elusive Hamas Military Mastermind ‘Alive and Active’
Mohammed Deif, survivor of numerous Israeli assassination attempts, is again involved in the militant group’s decision-making.
Israel’s Palestinian Population Go on Strike
They are protesting against house demolitions and have staged a rally in Tel Aviv.
U.N.: Israel Responsible for Deaths at Gaza Schools
The U.N. also blamed Hamas for putting other U.N. schools at risk by storing weapons inside them.
Israel Evacuating Babies Born to Surrogate Mothers in Nepal
Israeli parents and their surrogate children have begun be flown to safety in Israel.
Rocket Fired From Gaza on Israel's Independence Day
Police said the rocket "apparently fell in an open area."
Netanyahu Receives Two-Week Extension to Form Government
Prime minister’s Likud party continuing negotiations with far-right and ultra-Orthodox groups after winning March election.
Israel to Install Revolutionary Tunnel Detection System on Gaza Border
Elbit Systems and the Israeli defence ministry successfully tested the mechanism to prevent militant tunnel attacks.
Tel Aviv Diary: Fears of Another Holocaust
Memories of the Nazi genocide inform the debate about Iranian threats and Syrian deaths.
The Real Arab Spring Is Happening in Israel
The rise of the Arab Joint List as a democratic force in Israel offers hope to Arabs across the Middle East.
Tel Aviv Diary: Israelis Divided on Iran Deal
Some agree with Netanyahu; others fear American support is being put in jeopardy.
White House Mocks Netanyahu With Iran Nuclear Bomb Graphic
New cartoon from Obama administration takes swipe at Netanyahu’s criticism of nuclear agreement.
Anonymous’s ‘Electronic Holocaust’ Against Israel Falls Flat
Hacker collective strikes dozens of Israeli websites but fails to hinder government’s online presence.
Israel Foils Gaza Smugglers as Hamas Prepares for Next Conflict
Security operation nabs infrared cameras and communications equipment heading into blockaded enclave, defence ministry says.
Netanyahu Tells Obama Iran Deal Threatens Israel, Convenes Ministers
The Israeli prime minister will today convene his security cabinet to discuss the deal.
Obama Calls Bibi After Framework Set for Iran Nuclear Deal
Netanyahu has not yet publicly commented on the matter.
Tel Aviv Diary: We’re Used To Standing Alone
Passover reminds Israelis that they must always rely on their own defense.
Missing Israeli Feared Abducted in the West Bank
The Israeli headed to a Palestinian village for tools to fix a flat tire, Israeli spokesmen said.
Israel to Deport Eritrean and Sudanese ‘Infiltrators’ to Rwanda and Uganda
The decision to move asylum seekers to third countries was confirmed today.
Israel Tests Missile Shield 'David's Sling' as Iran Nuclear Deadline Looms
Defense sources said tests for David's Sling took place last week and on Tuesday.
Saudi Retaliation: An Egregious Double Standard
When Israel responds to attacks from a civilian area it is roundly condemned.
Palestinians Prepared to Trigger Gaza Case as They Join ICC
The Palestinian authority is seeking an inquiry into last summer's Gaza conflict, a move deeply opposed by Israel.
Students Design Rube Goldberg Machine For Passover
Engineering students at the Technion created a complex system to tell snippets of the holiday’s story.