Speaking this week to the Israeli-American Council, the US president both backed Israel and made stereotypical references to Jewish wealth

As some Jewish groups slam Trump comments on Jews and money, others defend them


Partial lifting of gag order reveals why President Reuven Rivlin froze the clemency application of one of Israel's most prominent businessmen

Pardon for jailed tycoon Nochi Dankner delayed by new police probe


A new form of tourism has taken root, focused on the city's residents, their culture and history and their struggles under Israeli occupation

As pilgrims descend on Bethlehem for Christmas, Palestinians look beyond religious tourism


The kingdom’s economy risks going the route of Lebanese chaos

Why Israel can and must help as Jordan’s economy implodes


Satellite images show apparent underground storage passage on an alleged IRGC base in eastern Syria, near the Iraqi border

In tacit threat, Israeli intel firm releases photo of suspected Iranian tunnel


Part of World Championship cycle to begin Wednesday with 16 of world's best players; ministry refuses funding to make event in Israel a long-term project, citing political impasse

Elite chess event set to kick off in Israel, with organizers angry at government


Victim recalls being assaulted on city's metro after unidentified suspects heard him talking on phone; Jewish MP calls for investigation

Israeli student in Paris says beaten unconscious for speaking Hebrew


Much of the Australian-Jewish community is angered, frustrated by perceived Israeli foot-dragging over alleged child abuser’s extradition to face 74 charges related to sex crimes, including rape

How the Malka Leifer case finally forced Australian Jews to speak out against Israel