'Are you prepared to pay the price of perpetual occupation and conflict?' Sigmar Gabriel asks; vows to defend Israel's 'essential and historic connection' to Jerusalem

German FM skewers Israeli leaders’ opposition to two-state solution


The lawsuit targets two women in New Zealand who wrote a letter urging the singer to call off a planned performance in Tel Aviv

Canceled Lorde Concert Prompts First Use of Israel’s Anti-Boycott Law


Isaias Afwerki says the 38,000 asylum seekers from his country and Sudan paid 'high price' to human traffickers to reach Israel and deserve far more than the $3,500 being offered

Eritrean leader pans Israel’s migrant deportation plan


Biennial Juniper Cobra exercise, involving thousands of soldiers, to take place amid escalating Israel-Hezbollah tensions

US troops arrive for drill simulating massive missile attack on Israel


Lieberman urges int'l firms not to bid on 'very provocative' Lebanese offshore oil and gas exploration in disputed territory on the countries’ maritime border

Israel, Lebanon argue over offshore energy reserves, Beirut slams ‘threat’


While Alison Kelley tells Foreign Ministry official that her government does not support legislation proposed by 'independent,' she insists that it does not amount to BDS

Israel summons Irish envoy over settlements bill


Erel Margalit notes German shipyard that is building vessels for Israel was owned by family of Lebanon’s former defense minister

Former MK says Iran stole specs of Israeli submarines in hack


JERUSALEM –  Israel's attorney general says an investigation looking into two corruption allegations against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in its "final stretch

Israel: Netanyahu corruption probe in 'final stretch'


Just four years after discovering the sport of skeleton sledding, Adam Edelman will be part of the Israeli delegation to PyeongChang next month

Trained on YouTube, a Bostonian will be Israel’s first Olympian to compete in the games’ most dangerous sport