Israel Ready to Build Red Sea-Dead Sea Project With Jordan
Earlier, prime minister said he could no longer function with his current coalition, whose majority has shrunk to 61 seats.
Poll Suggests Splintered Right Leaves Netanyahu Vulnerable
It’s practically an axiom of Israeli politics that PM Netanyahu is invincible because he doesn’t have any serious challengers.
Israeli Coalition Partners Agree to Call Elections Early April
Israeli Army Starts Operation to Destroy Hezbollah Tunnels
Israel's Playtika to Acquire Maker of Diamond Dash, Tropicats
Amnesty International Seeks Revocation of Israeli Spyware’s Export License
Israel Wants to Take Airbnb to Court for Excluding West Bank Settlements
Wharton Professor Amir Yaron Confirmed as Bank of Israel Chief
Netanyahu stressed his long security background as he made the case for why he would keep the defense portfolio in his own hands.
Israeli Investment House Offers Crypto Funds for Institutions
Israel Defense Minister Quits, Government’s Survival at Risk
Why Gaza Is on the Verge of Another Meltdown
Israel's Defense Minister Quits to Protest Gaza Cease-Fire
Hackers Gain Access to Data Collected by Drones Giant
Mobileye Opens Up Driverless Tech as Tie-Up With Intel Deepens
Israeli Strikes Gaza Targets After Rocket Hits Beersheba Home
Palestinian Leaves Jerusalem Mayoral Race, Claiming Coercion
Tel Aviv Bourse Enlists Celebrity to Get Israelis Trading
U.S. Sounds Abbas Out on Palestinian-Jordan Confederation