The alliance is seen as posing a credible threat to Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, as he tries to maintain his grip on power

Benny Gantz and Yair Lapid, Israeli Centrists, Join Forces Against Netanyahu

In the state of Israel’s early years, a number of parents in immigrant transit camps were told that their babies had died

The Disappeared Children of Israel

Israel’s prime minister is trying to turn strange bedfellows into staunch allies, but the past keeps creeping up to derail things

Poland and Israel’s Embrace as Awkward as Ever Despite Shared Adversary in E.U.

His organization has raised more than $1

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein Dies at 67; Fostered Israeli-Evangelical Ties

Seeing herself as a voice for the “new Haredim,” Michal Zernowitski hopes secular Labor voters will give her a chance

Ultra-Orthodox Israeli Woman Defies Rabbis and Runs Left

Israel’s government has been reluctant to condemn attacks by Jewish settlers, wary of alienating the movement’s supporters in an election year

As West Bank Violence Surges, Israeli Government Is Silent

The activist had said her support for a boycott of Israel was why a Birmingham, Ala

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The former military chief has risen in the polls as he mixes warmongering messages with talk of peace with the Palestinians

Benny Gantz, Israel’s Reluctant Warrior, Takes Aim at Netanyahu’s Post

The admission of the air raid near Damascus came a week after Israel lifted the veil on its campaign to curb Iranian influence in the region

Israel Confirms Another Attack on Iranian Targets in Syria

By lifting the veil on its campaign to curb Iranian influence in the region, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appeared to be trying to convey confidence during his re-election campaign

Israel, in Rare Admission, Confirms Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria