Knesset members should help Europe complete its due diligence about clandestine funding of radical anti-Israel NGOs

Swiss Parliament pulls the plug on BDS

Palace sources said to confirm trip being planned in Balfour centennial year, a day after President Rivlin issues formal invitation via Boris Johnson

First official UK royal visit to Israel ‘looks set’ for this year

Globes: In a meeting with Israel’s Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources Yuval Steinitz, senior executives from Exxon Mobile last week expressed interest in the new tender for oil and gas exploration licenses offshore Israel

Exxon eyes Israel after Cyprus win

Okay,  yes, I’ve written critical articles and signed Open Letters protesting Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and decrying the settlement enterprise; and yes, I’ve been a member of Americans for Peace Now for more than 30 years and a supporter of B’Tselem, Human Rights Watch, ACRI, and the New Israel Fund, among other “suspect” organizations

Am I too dangerous to enter Israel?

For decades the home movies from the wedding of a Dutch Jewish couple, Mimi Dwinger and Barend Boers, lay in a suitcase that no one was to open

After their Holocaust survivor parents pass away, children find a treasure in suitcase left locked away for decades

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday at the beginning of his meeting with Russian President Putin that Israel does not want the radical Sunni terrorism of Al-Qaida and the Islamic State group in Syria to replace the radical Shi'ite terrorism led by Iran

Netanyahu tells Putin: We don't Iranian terror to replace ISIS

The Ministry of Health has given 43 farmers preliminary approval to establish businesses growing cannabis for medical use, according to Kol Yisrael government radio

Government permits enough cannabis growing for export

We all probably have that one member of the family who holds some form of racist or xenophobic views and aren’t afraid to express them

Netanyahu’s pragmatic calculations regarding Trump and Putin

A draft memorandum of the new Public Broadcasting Act indicates that the new public broadcasting corporation and other media organizations in Israel will be subject to an 11-member council, according to Kol Yisrael government radio

Report: Government media regulator on the way