The Times of Israel's new media editor is the target of an online campaign calling for an end to her 'subversion' against the country

Tuttle-Singer engages readers, trolls with her warts-and-all portrayal of Israel

Each Friday, volunteer medic Asmaa Qudih goes through a tense ritual: She prays, kisses her mother's hand and packs a bag with medical supplies as she heads off to work at the weekly mass protests along Gaza's border fence with Israel

At Gaza protests, medical workers face great danger

When Rodrigo Duterte makes the first visit to Israel by a president of the Philippines next week, officials on both sides will try to play down his record of jarring invective while promoting commercial and military ties

In Israel visit, Philippines’ Duterte dogged by past rhetoric

Security agency tallies 255 attacks during month, including shooting death of soldier on Gaza border and deadly stabbing in West Bank

July saw 15% rise in terror attacks on Israelis — Shin Bet

Qatari journalist who alleges his phone was hacked using software from NSO Group says he hopes suit will lead to restrictions on trade of such technology

Lawsuit lays bare use of Israel-made hacking tools in Mideast, Mexico

RJC though praises Trump administration for making the 'correct call'; AIPAC calls for redirecting aid in way 'that serves the interest of peace'

Dovish US Jews warn UNRWA cuts endanger Israel’s security

article author: AFPAuthor: AFPID: 1535760476443846400Sat, 2018-09-01 03:07

Duterte eyes arms deals on Israel trip