Rafael defense contractor lauds achievement as proof of remote-controlled boats’ potential for naval security

In first, missile launched from unmanned Israeli ship


Reuven Rivlin asks visiting British foreign secretary to extend invite in honor of Balfour Declaration centenary

Meeting Boris Johnson, president invites UK royals to visit Israel


The Knesset passed in preliminary reading two proposals for the Muezzin Law

'Muezzin Law' passes preliminary reading


EverCompliant’s employees are 60% women, roughly twice the industry average

Israeli cybersecurity company highlights potential of women in tech


The Iraqi army’s takeover of Mosul’s main government complex, which was announced before dawn on Tuesday, brings Baghdad closer to ousting ISIS from its last major stronghold on Iraqi soil

With next Gaza war in mind, Israel keeps close eye on Iraq's battle with ISIS for Mosul


A recent Haaretz headline, “Despite anti-Semitic Wave, U

As anti-Semitism spikes, who’s shutting down the conversation about American Jews and aliyah?


Suha Khader from Jabalia is the manager of the Al-Quds Bank in the Gaza Strip

Glass ceiling? Women in Gaza are facing concrete


Left-leaning Jewish advocacy group J Street is demanding a meeting with President Donald Trump's nominee to be ambassador to Israel, saying that David Friedman had privately told senators that he agreed to meet with a group that he fiercely criticized last year and is now ignoring J Street's entreaties

Israeli ambassador hopeful spurns J Street


It was in a CIA station in Europe in 2005 that I realized how much was changing about American spycraft

How the CIA Forgot the Art of Spying