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Troops arrest 17 suspects in overnight operations, escort 2,000 worshipers to Nablus holy site; soldier lightly injured by stones
Opposition MP says British conspiracy theorist, who has written about reptilians and 'Rothschilds' controlling the world, prevented from 'spouting his vitriol'
With limited bargaining chips, far-right faction, composed of disciples of the late Rabbi Meir Kahane, agrees to slots 5 and 8 on national religious party's slot
Israel Railways management accuse workers of 'aggressive and unworthy conduct' as protest disrupts schedules in northern Israel
Right-wing ticket, led by Naftali Bennett and Ayelet Shaked, includes several journalists, soccer club owner Alona Barkat in 3rd
PM says he risked his life in elite unit after Israel Resilience chief mocks him for practicing his English at cocktail parties in the US
It’s not every day that you and only you can save the life of a woman dying from cancer
Businessman Ilan Shor is running on an anti-corruption platform, despite having been convicted in massive fraud case
Previous attempt by fast food chain to gain foothold in Jewish state stumbled after fried chicken coating was made kosher
In fourth such incident, new leaflets quote late Sephardic chief rabbi of Israel as saying gentiles exist to serve the Jewish people
Passerby injured in the leg; two teens arrested; Jewish leaders says it was random act, not anti-Semitism
Leaders of Israel Resilience and Yesh Atid speak overnight amid effort to reach elusive agreement on leadership of joint centrist ticket
In the city of Świdnica at least 15 headstones were smashed, while in Wroclaw, the words 'Jesus is King' were written on fence of another Jewish cemetery
Rosen will replace Rod Rosenstein who has been overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's meddling in 2016 election
Women's March leader Tamika Mallory has refused to condemn Nation of Islam leader's pervasive anti-Semitism, leading to splits in movement
'Every time a French person, because he or she is Jewish, is insulted, threatened — or worse, injured or killed — the whole Republic' is attacked, says Macron at Shoah memorial
Joan Ryan, former head of Labour Friends of Israel, slams Corbyn as 'a man who has presided over the culture of anti-Jewish racism and hatred of Israel'
Europeans and Israelis hoping to attend the competition in Tel Aviv call the three-fold increase from previous years 'outrageous'
Speaking with American Jewish leaders visiting Israel, Isaac Herzog warns 'we live in one of the darker eras of modern times'
As the Vermont senator announces another presidential run, he looks less like an outlier on Israel, with many saying he made it kosher for candidates to criticize the Jewish state