British arms exports to Israel reach record level

Figures reveal defence firms’ sales at new high, as Prince William prepares for visit to Ramallah and JerusalemBritish defence contractors are selling record amounts of arms to Israel, new figures reveal, just days after it was confirmed that Prince William will represent the UK government on a visit to the country next month

The bill to protect Elor Azaria

Israel is set to consider a proposal banning any photographing of soldiers if carried out with the intention of 'undermining the morale of Israel’s soldiers and residents'

Questions raised over Israeli civil servant nominee’s political contribution

Documents show that Iris Stark, a candidate for a civil service committee, contributed to social equality minister

In an erstwhile yeshiva boy’s comedy club, Jewish jokes reign supreme

Are Jews funnier because they suffered? The Times of Israel asks three New York comics who regularly perform at Yeshiva University alum Dani Zoldan's renowned venue, Stand Up NY

Israel is stuck in traffic with a PM who hates the word ‘public’

Increased use of cars instead of public transportation is causing huge damage

To avoid war, Israel, Iran and U.S. must cooperate with Putin

Moscow’s strategy is now the most important guarantee to prevent a war between Iran and Israel in Syria that could develop into a clash between Iran and the U

Flight from the enemy and its reward

The 2000 exit from Lebanon without an agreement remains the disaster that keeps causing more disasters for Israel

Israel’s prosecutor to recommend indicting Netanyahu in luxury gifts case

Prime minister to be questioned again in separate case involving alleged quid pro quo relationship with telecom tycoon

Israel’s far-right Zionist left

The Labor Party's Eitan Cabel proposes not peace but annexation

Israeli aircraft strikes targets in Gaza, Palestinian reports say

A Hamas website reports that Israel attacked a training base used by the group's military wing in Rafah

Israeli Labor lawmaker calls leftism ‘a stain,’ angering fellow party members

A right-wing paper had asked him how he, a secular member of a left-leaning party, thought he could be elected Jerusalem mayor

Woman who ran one of Israel’s biggest brothels to serve prison time

As part of the plea agreement, Noi Hadad admitted to pimping in addition to tax offenses, money laundering and obstruction of justice

Israel likely knew of Black Cube’s efforts to discredit Iran deal – report

Source confirms to NBC that Mossad-linked firm was involved in a covert operation targeting Obama administration officials

Israeli soldier who was attacked during West Bank raid dies of wounds

Ronen Lubarsky, 20, sustained a critical head wound when a heavy stone slab was dropped on him from a building

Iran denies any of its troops killed in suspected Israeli strike in Syria

Military official dismisses report that 9 Iranians among 21 killed in Thursday raid on alleged Hezbollah weapons depot as 'a sheer lie'

Why we invite political debate over Israel at a Jewish university

Michael Chabon's provocative speech aligned with our mission to grapple with today's thorniest Jewish problems