July unemployment figure fell to 4

Israel’s unemployment rate falls to lowest rate in decades


60-euro payment per passenger rescued the southern resort town from downturn caused by 2014 Gaza war

Eilat is back on Israel’s tourism map, thanks to airlines subsidies


Israeli Jewish children campaign for their mother to be able to gain permanent citizenship

Russian mother deported after losing citizenship upon husband’s death


Leaders of two countries call for resumption of negotiations ‘based on international resolutions’ and a ‘precise timetable’

Turkey, Jordan call for ‘serious’ Israel-Palestinian peace talks


Author: AFPID: 1503339768149474300Mon, 2017-08-21 18:18JERUSALEM: An Israeli court has extended the remand of a religious leader accused of inciting violence in connection with last month’s deadly tensions over a Jerusalem holy site, his lawyer said

Israel extends arrest of religious leader


For 39 weeks, demonstrators have gathered near the home of the attorney general to protest his foot-dragging in corruption cases against Netanyahu

How 1,000 die-hard protesters are testing Israel’s democracy


The State Department's recent hosting of an American Muslim organization known for its anti-Israel stance and support of boycotts of the Jewish state has sparked concern from those close to the Trump administration that these advocacy groups are seeking to drive a wedge into the United States' relationship with Israel, which has hit speed bumps since Rex Tillerson assumed control of America's chief diplomatic agency, according to multiple sources who spoke to the Washington Free Beacon

Anti-Israel Leaders Hosted at State Dept. Seeking to Drive Wedge in U.S.-Israel Alliance