Tehran is quietly feeding propaganda through some 98 websites to 25 countries in what the CEO of an Israeli cybersecurity firm calls 'an unusual effort to create a global shift in the public's consciousness'

How Iran spreads disinformation around the world

Amid rising anti-Semitism participants draw a clear link with the need to support a strong Israel

A conference for Israeli Americans pays tribute to Pittsburgh

Former prisoner of Zion was arrested in 1970 at a St

Anatoly Altman, Soviet Jew who tried to hijack a plane to Israel, dies at 77

Lucy Aharish, a TV anchor, and her husband, Tsahi Halevi, an actor, deflect condemnation from politicians and angry strangers with humor and song

Hate Mail and Conversion Advice: Interfaith Couple Caught in Israel’s Fault Lines

A Palestinian West Bank resident says his Shin Bet interrogators tortured him, but the judges say the methods were acceptable

Israeli High Court ruling may make it easier for interrogators to use violence