The disappeared children of Israel

A New York Times photo essay looks at the new generation of Yemenite Israelis demanding answers for families who say their children were abducted by the state in the 1950s

Danube days: Hungary launches culture year in Israel with song and dance

With diplomatic ties at a peak, Budapest is intent on winning over the Israeli public with a cavalcade of events including operettas, ballet, theater, art and yes, goulash as well

Australian leaders praise Israel in parliament as they mark 70 years of ties

Prime Minister Scott Morrison calls Jewish state 'beacon of democracy,' pledges Canberra's support at UN

Netanyahu strikes election deal with far-right parties

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has struck a preliminary election deal with two fringe religious-nationalist parties in a bid to unify his hard-line bloc ahead of April elections

Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas will refuse Israeli tax transfers

Author: Associated Pressarticle author: APID: 1550676541693494400Wed, 2019-02-20 15:17

Israel venture fund JVP sets up new fund with $220m in investor commitments

Jerusalem based firm's newest fund will invest in early to mid-stage tech at the intersection of computer vision, AI, cybersecurity and fintech

Rivlin praises Macron for taking rising French anti-Semitism ‘seriously’

In 'urgent letter,' Israel's president tells French counterpart spate of attacks against Jews an 'affront to the Jewish people, to the French Republic, to all humanity'

Israeli cyber defense firms are protecting world leaders

There are several Israeli security companies capable of preventing world leaders from being hacked; these firms focus on real-world physical and virtual challenges

Palestinian leader will refuse Israeli tax transfers

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he will not accept a monthly tax transfer from Israel if it carries out its decision to deduct amounts the Palestinians pay to the families of prisoners and people killed in fighting with Israel

Netanyahu’s despicable push to bring racists into Israel’s political mainstream

The PM is pressing the religious Zionist Jewish Home party to partner with the Kahanists of Otzma Yehudit

In right-wing stronghold, these Israelis are ready to turn their backs on Netanyahu

Ashdod has been a bulwark of support for the prime minister and his Likud party, but on a recent visit Haaretz discovers growing discontent toward the country’s long-serving leader

All-electric commuter airplanes aim for market introduction in 2022

Eviation Aircraft, an Israel-based company with plans to offer all-electric commuter aircraft, chose Germany's Siemens to supply propulsion systems

An open letter to Yair Lapid

Sometimes, the politicians who really care for the State of Israel and the Jewish people must make sacrifices

Palestinian suspect in murder, rape of Ori Ansbacher remanded for 8 more days

Police say they need more time to analyze forensic evidence implicating Arafat Irfaiya in the killing, which sparked outrage in Israel

Israel to launch first privately funded moon mission

Bid to become fourth country to send spacecraft to lunar surface blasts off this week A team of Israeli scientists is due to launch what will be the first privately funded mission to land on the moon this week, sending a spacecraft to collect data from the lunar surface

Abbas rejects all tax revenues from Israel over terror payment deduction

Dramatic move means PA is giving up $222 million every month, up to a third of its budget, putting it in danger of collapse