Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas says Israel doesn't want peace, should be punished for journalist's death

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas spoke Friday at the United Nations General Assembly and accused Israel of “destroying the two-state solution” for peace and enforcing a stalemate with violence.Source Link: Read more »

Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid calls for 'two-state solution' to Palestinian conflict at U.N.

Delivering remarks before the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid expressed support for a “two-state solution” to the conflict with Palestine.Source Link: Read more »

Leaders from Israel, Mexico, Ireland, Yemen to speak Thursday at U.N. General Assembly

President Joe Biden will spend a second day in New York City on Thursday as more world leaders speak at the 77th United Nations General Assembly, where the top focus so far... Read more »

In photos: Pottery from 14th century BC points to first opium use

A joint study by the Israel Antiquities Authority, Tel Aviv University and the Weizmann Institute of Science has discovered the world’s earliest evidence of opium use from pottery that was unearthed during... Read more »

Rare ancient coin looted in Israel returned to country

A rare 2,000-year-old Israeli coin that circulated on the illicit antiquities market for at least two decades made its way back to the country this week.Source Link: Read more »

Google, Amazon employees protest companies' $1.2 billion deal with Israel

Hundreds of employees of Google and Amazon will hold protests on Thursday outside the companies’ headquarters, in opposition to the $1.2 billion Project Nimbus deal with the Israeli government and military.Source Link:... Read more »

U.S. Ambassador Thomas Nides supports Israeli self-defense against Iran

U.S. Ambassador to Israel Thomas Niles reiterated his support for Israel in its self-defense against Iran, during a meeting with the Foreign Press Association in Jerusalem on Wednesday.Source Link: Read more »

IDF admits to 'high possibility' Palestinian journalist shot by their forces

Israel Defense Forces on Monday for the first time admitted there is a “high possibility” Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot and killed by their service members accidentally in May but... Read more »

Israeli researchers make rare find of ancient ivory plaques

Israel Antiquities Authority said Monday that archeologists in Jerusalem discovered an assemblage of ivory plaques from the First Temple period, among the few found anywhere in the world.Source Link: Read more »

Scientists in Israel dig up large tusk that came from extinct elephant species

Archaeologists in Israel announced Wednesday that they have uncovered a piece of ancient animal history — a large tusk that belonged to an extinct elephant that used to roam the land in... Read more »