With Hebrew survey, Amazon hints at Israel entry

Polls targeting Israeli consumers appear to confirm earlier reports that internet retailer is looking to open a local shipping center


Just look at Ben-Gurion Airport

Profiling is the name of the game, intended to make it easy for us, the privileged Israeli Jews, and deprive and degrade all the rest


Netanyahu’s gate of darkness

The government has decided to fight anyone who criticizes it, and the entryway to Israel has become another tool in this war


Abbas: Palestinians and Arab Israelis united against ‘racist’ nation-state law

PA president blasts 'absolutely intolerable' Knesset legislation enshrining Israel as Jewish state


Abbas not interested seeing Palestine flag waving in Tel Aviv

PA president calls on Arab leaders in Israel to moderate Palestinian nationalist discourse so as not to serve Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's interests, says Jews and Arabs need to deepen cooperation against nation-state law


Bennett lashes Lauder over ‘preposterous’ criticism of nation-state law

In New York Times op-ed, diaspora affairs minister pushes back against 'audacious' claim that Israeli government poses threat to the future of the Jewish people


Israel to boost security budget by hundreds of millions of shekels

Increased military spending set to improve cyber capabilities, missile defense, home front protection and completion of security barriers


Israel’s Shin Bet reportedly barred 250 people from entering Israel in 2018

Most of those refused entry were Muslims from Arab states, Europe and the United States


Mad rush at Israel’s launch of Polish clothing chain ‘Reserved’

Overrun by eager Israelis on its opening day, the store had to shut down as customers stormed the checkout counters


UN chief urges support for UN-Egypt truce deal on Gaza

As Israel reopens goods crossing, Antonio Guterres applauds efforts 'to avoid the devastating impact of yet another conflict'


Housing prices in Israel see sharpest rise since October 2016

The increase is a blow to Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon’s boast that he and his ministry have pricked the housing bubble


Israel’s Shin Bet is harassing left-wing activists – and not for the first time

Source of problem isn’t in the security service, but in government’s delegitimization of Arabs and leftists


Israel’s Shin Bet is harassing left-wing activists – and not for the first time

Source of problem isn’t in the security service, but in government’s delegitimization of Arabs and leftists


40% of government bodies in Israel violating law on employing disabled

Almost half of Israel's government institutions are failing to meet a new law that requires them to fill at least 5% of jobs with handicapped workers


US warns no one will be ‘fully pleased’ by Israeli-Palestinian peace plan

In joint statement, Trump's Mideast peace team says only path toward an agreement is for both sides to not get everything they want


Eritreans should be deported back to their country, Israeli appellate tribunal says

The adjudicator accused “infiltrators” of “rampant crime


Michigan candidate backs 1-state solution, BDS, slashing military aid to Israel

Rashida Tlaib, one of two Muslim women seen as Congressional shoe-ins, also says she'll work to slash military aid to Israel


Israel-Hamas cease-fire on Gaza goes into effect

Understandings of cease-fire, mediated by Egypt and UN, are based on the principles that were agreed upon at the end of 2014 Gaza war


Israel: No criminal action in deadly Gaza 2014 war incident

The Israeli military said on Wednesday its investigation into one of the bloodiest incidents of the 2014 war in the Gaza Strip found no criminal wrongdoing by Israeli forces and there were no grounds to prosecute any troops