Tel Aviv is often referred to as "a bubble inside Israel." For the last two weeks, we have been living in a bubble, inside the bubble.
"The Jewish right doesn't want to be criticized," said António Moreira Antunes.
President Donald Trump's remarks came as Israel launched airstrikes against the Gaza Strip in response to rockets fired north of Tel Aviv.
Here's what you need to know about the Golan Heights, a disputed land that sits between Israel and Syria.
Netanyahu is hitting his rival with everything he does and does not have—and they're not holding back, either.
Despite conservative media trying to minimize them, the charges against Netnayahu are severe.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Arab states "are sitting down together with Israel in order to advance the common interest of war with Iran."
Netanyahu should have cruised to victory, but the unexpected popularity of his chief rival and ominous noises from the prosecution say otherwise.
Ehud Barak, Israel's most decorated soldier and a former prime minister, has released a new book—and he has plenty to say about his onetime coalition partner.
How to make sense of a prime minister who switches policies every other day?
Both leaders have castigated their democratic opposition as dangerous extremists.
The couple had been together for four years but kept it secret, knowing it would spark a backlash.
The deputy commander of the Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards said that Hezbollah alone was powerful enough to defeat Israel.
The Trump administration's need for public bombastic declarations instead of quiet diplomacy is wreaking havoc across the globe.
It is up to Israel to develop a strategy that will bring medium-term peace to southern Israel.
What I, and many in the Israeli public, did not take into account was the reaction of Israel's non-Jewish minorities to this bill.
The move tightens the blockade on Gaza, which has been in place since 2007.
Thousands of Syrian refugees are camping out close to the Israeli border, under the assumption Assad won't attack so close to Israel's domain.
Erdan echoed Education Minister Naftali Bennett's statement earlier this week that soldiers should shoot the people flying weaponized kites.
Netanyahu announced Israel's per capita GDP had risen to $42,115—ranking Israel 24th in the world.
Miki Zohar was defending Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who is being investigated for corruption.
German officials denounced what they called a clear case of Nazi-era "anti-semitism" in a cartoon depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the daily newspaper, Süddeutsche Zeitung.