Critics say Yisrael Katz’s proposal for an artificial land mass linked to Strip by a bridge is just a gimmick without Palestinian buy-in

Minister floats plan for Gaza seaport island to end blockade

In an exclusive Jewish News op-ed, vowing to make the case against settlements ‘respectfully but insistently’

I share British Jews’ pride in Israel

Security is an area in common in which both Turkey and Israel can benefit following a rapprochement following six years of strained ties, the Turkish envoy to Israel has said

Security a common field of benefit for Turkey, Israel: Turkish envoy

NEW YORK - Dozens of prominent Jewish scholars worry they won't be able to visit Israel anymore, citing a new law entitling the government to deny entry to supporters of boycotts against the country or its settlements in occupied territory

Israel's travel ban backlash: Over 100 Jewish studies scholars threaten to not visit Israel in protest

Don’t buy what purports to be nationalism that’s engulfed politics in America and all over the world, former President Bill Clinton said Thursday; what’s actually at play, he argued, is more insidious and interconnected than that

Bill Clinton: Resurgent nationalism ‘taking us to the edge of our destruction’

‘I’ve heard everybody’s in fancy dress, and I’m told it’s obligatory to be drunk,’ says the British musician, who is coming despite BDS pressure

DJ Fatboy Slim plans Purim party for first Israel visit

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Thursday there could never be peace in Syria as long as there was an Iranian presence there

Iran's presence in Syrian blocks peace deal, Netanyahu tells Putin

Jean-Michel Jarre will play his first Israel concert in April on Masada to raise awareness of the shrinking body of water

French godfather of electronic music to play for the Dead Sea

NEW YORK — Liberal Jewish groups vowed on Thursday to press on with their fight against David Friedman being confirmed as ambassador to Israel, even after the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's approval seemed to assure him of victory

Despite losing first battle, liberal Jews vow to take fight against Trump's Israel pick to Senate floor

Bill, pushed by Israel-based NGO Monitor, passes lower house in 111-78 vote; will be considered by upper house in May

Swiss parliament votes to halt funds to groups promoting anti-Semitism