Graffiti sprayed-painted in scene likely refers to recent decision by Israeli army to declare hill from which settlers threw rocks at soldiers as closed-off military zone

‘Traitors choose to harass Jews’: Over 20 Palestinian cars vandalized in West Bank city


Although the state filed for the extension after expiration of original deadline, it was granted in light of talks to release hacker in exchange for Israeli woman held in Russia on drug charges

Israel extends extradition date of imprisoned Russian hacker to U.S.


Agent spent 14 years in an Egyptian prison for her role in the failed false flag operation that came to be known in Israel as 'The Bad Business'

Marcelle Ninio, Israeli spy jailed in infamous Lavon Affair, dies at 90


Former public security minister says he's 'pleased to have the opportunity to add another brick in the wall of the security of Israel'

Netanyahu appoints ex-Shin Bet head Avi Dichter deputy defense minister


Israel's right-wing is celebrating Brexit's blow to an 'institutionally hostile' EU, and back the ascendance of Europe's anti-Muslim populist nationalists

The real danger that Brexit poses for Israel


Women make up 60% of Israel's college students; country lagging behind other OECD states in enrollment, Central Bureau of Statistics finds

After 2-year decline, number of Israeli undergrads on the rise