Israel has blocked a prominent British pro-Palestinian activist from entering the country, a week after the Knesset passed a bill allowing border officials to turn away foreign nationals who support boycotting Israel

Israel denies entry to prominent British BSD activist

Despite starting World Baseball Classic 4-0, Israeli squad to play Japan on Wednesday to keep hopes alive for advancing to final round

Israel crushed by Netherlands in first loss of baseball tournament

Stocks are opening modestly higher on Wall Street, led by energy and materials companies

Stocks edge up in early trading

Team Israel's World Baseball Classic winning streak came to an end Monday with a crushing defeat at the hands of Team Netherlands in the team's second quarterfinal matchup

World Baseball Classic: Team Israel's winning streak ends with crushing defeat to the Dutch

Leader of Joint (Arab) List slams ‘crazy right-wing’ defense minister’s most recent call for population transfer in any peace deal

Israeli Arab MKs thrash Liberman over call for ‘transfer’

Israel's ministry of strategic affairs says it has denied a prominent British boycott activist's entry into the country

Israel denies entry to prominent British boycott activist

Nine years have passed since Israel’s top copywriter, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, coined the concept of “economic peace

Israel's Gaza island mystery: Everyone seems to be on board but Netanyahu

Israel’s largest ever corporate acquisition would put Intel in pole position in autonomous driving tech

Intel to buy driverless tech firm Mobileye for $15.3bn

Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Monday that a solution to the Israeli Palestinian conflict should include stripping Arab citizens of Israel  - including lawmakers - of their citizenship

Defense chief Lieberman suggests stripping Arab lawmakers of citizenship under deal with Palestinians