A law banning boycott supporters lumps all critics of Israel together, including advocates for a 2-state solution

Israel commits its own BDS fail


A law banning boycott supporters lumps all critics of Israel together, including advocates for a 2-state solution

Israel commits its own BDS fail


Berlin cools ties with Jewish state over concerns about West Bank settlements and frustration with Trump administration

Israel-German ‘special relationship’ at a nadir, report says


Nefesh B’Nefesh and El Al offer subsidized tickets to help parents attend ceremonies for sons or daughters in the IDF

Parents of lone soldiers to get cheap airfare to Israel


Israel says Basel al-A’araj was a hardened terrorist, but his reputation was of an educated protester who made a lot of enemies

Arabs mourn ‘hipster terrorist’ killed in shootout


At first glance, Israel’s sweeping travel ban passed by the Knesset on Monday night essentially changes nothing

Israel's ugly new travel ban tells the world: Stay away if you don't agree with us


In Jerusalem debut, acclaimed filmmaker describes his new movie as a love story between American and Israeli Jewry

Director Joseph Cedar discusses his ‘court Jew’ with a twist at TOI preview of ‘Norman’


The Israel Antiquities Authority announced, Tuesday, that a wide and impressive 2,000 year old road dating to the Roman period was revealed in an extraordinary state of preservation, last February in its archaeological excavations near Highway 375

2,000-year-old road revealed near Bet Shemesh


The ski site in Tignes reported, Tuesday afternoon, that no people were killed in the avalanche that hit the French Alpine resort during the morning hours

Update: No deaths in French avalanche