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Speaking from hospital wheelchairs in first press conference since Ofra Junction shooting, Shira and Amichai Ish-Ran say their baby managed to unite all of Israel
Orit Tashoma singsongs the story of a community that found its way to Israel but is still finding its way in Israel, in 'Noble Savage' at the Hullageb Festival in Jerusalem
PM stands by controversial ceasefire with Gaza rulers, says Israel will 'exact a high price' for series of deadly shootings
Ismail Haniyeh also says Palestinian men in the West Bank do not need orders to carry out attacks against Israelis; adds that he is ready to meet Abbas
Nearly a week after signs were plastered throughout West Bank, authorities say they're looking into issue; one official says it's not clear that signs constitute incitement
Police in southern city of Czestochowa open investigation after vandals again target local Jewish cemetery with racist inscriptions
President tours tunnel-busting operation along northern border, says Israel will do 'whatever it takes to defend itself'
Yuli Edelstein says Canberra should have declared all of the city as Israel's capital, and by not doing so it is indirectly encouraging Palestinian violence and unrealistic dreams
Israel hopes the funding of researchers in the field will boost the nation's standing, even as other countries pour billions of dollars into the emerging field
Education minister also slams PM Netanyahu in cabinet meeting tirade, accusing him of spending more time undermining his political opponents than fighting terror
Legislation would give Knesset-appointed committee 2 years to regulate hilltop communities; attorney general warns that proposal carries 'significant legal problems'
More victims than ever before are seeking help from the Tel Aviv Sexual Assault Crisis Center, we need your help
Startup Aleph Farms Ltd. reproduces cells, creating first lab-made steak; it will take a few years until it makes its way to our plates
Calcalist: Former chief of staff Benny Gantz was the startup's chairman since September 2015; the firm developed predictive policing and threat assessment technologies
After Hanukkah, how much can you do when you’re bombarded by Christmas songs, imagery, ads, and Netflix options?
Announcement comes amid criticism military not doing enough to combat terror attacks in the West Bank
24-year-old taken to Shaare Zedek hospital in Jerusalem with wounds to her face caused by flying glass after attack on Route 60, north of Eli
Ahmed Aboul Gheit says Canberra showed 'glaring bias' in favor of Israel by recognizing West Jerusalem as capital of Jewish state
At conference in Saudi Arabia's Gulf rival Qatar, world body's chief Antonio Guterres calls it 'essential' that Saudi journalist's killers be punished
24-year-old driver taken to Jerusalem hospital in good to moderate condition with cuts to her face, in latest suspected Palestinian terror attack