Orly Erez-Likhovski is a key warrior in the battle against extremism in Israel, including the ongoing struggle to secure an egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall

Meet the legal crusader fighting Israel’s Kahanists and exclusionists — and winning


Hearing postponed until next year for former Melbourne principal, who faces extradition on child sexual abuse charges Israeli court proceedings have been condemned as an “absolute farce” after a hearing in the Malka Leifer case was postponed for a month because the psychiatric panel due to report on her fitness to stand trial said it was unaware of the hearing date

Malka Leifer case: outrage at Israeli court ‘farce’ after panel no-show delays psych hearing


Terry Newman explains why Brexit will do good for Israel's trade agreements with its third-largest export market

Why Boris Johnson is good for the Israeli economy, according to British-Israeli industrialist


After Israel allowed Palestinians to import cattle, the PA lifted its boycott of Israeli ranchers

Israeli-Palestinian trade war looms as cattle dispute lingers, defense officials warn


Corey Lewandowski, David Bossie said being considered by PM as potential hires for expected third round of elections in March

Former Trump campaign aides in Israel to meet Netanyahu — report


After demonstrators in Iran set fire to hundreds of bank branches last month in antigovernment protests, the authorities dealt with another less visible banking threat that is only now coming to fuller light: a security breach that exposed the information of millions of Iranian customer accounts

Iran Banks Burned, Then Customer Accounts Were Exposed Online


The shekel has gained more than 7% this year against the dollar, making it one of the world’s strongest currencies

Bank of Israel intervention needs to be bold to halt shekel gains


Student, identified as Yogev, tells PM he 'can't think of any other reasons besides the Hebrew language' for assault

Netanyahu phones Israeli attacked on Paris Metro: This isn’t normal