All-expenses-paid junkets to Israel organized for elected officials and community leaders by a lobbying group, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, have generally attracted little public comment. But that is changing. Show More Summary
Restrictions on gun ownership have been loosened, as Israelis are encouraged to carry weapons in public.
"We discovered that public posters with the image of a female are often torn down in Jerusalem"
Israel will present to the public for the first time this week an "impressive" mosaic accidentally discovered in what was a wealthy neighbourhood in Roman and Byzantine times, officials said Monday. The colourful mosaic measuring some...Show More Summary
Since reaching a landmark agreement with Iran over its controversial nuclear program, U.S. Pres. Barack Obama and the White House have weathered criticism from politicians, pundits and the general public in Israel and America alike. But despite the most common accusations, Washington does not appear to have abandoned Tel Aviv...
A chorus of NYT readers say they used to support Israel but policies of endless colonization and discrimination have turned them against Israeli policies. Readers comments signal a seachange in US opinion.
Public art, particularly some of the more cutting-edge works of our time, sometimes finds a difficult path toward harmony with the surrounding community But one art installation called "WARDE" in Jerusalem, Israel avoids such pitfalls...Show More Summary
Ran Baratz, the man chosen by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to lead Israel’s office of public diplomacy, isn’t much of a diplomat. In the months prior to his recent appointment, Baratz insulted Israeli President Reuben Rivlin, U.S. Show More Summary
Political activist Max Igan was physically assaulted in Australia after delivering a pro-Palestinian speech in public, the victim himself told Radio Sputnik in an exclusive interview.
On the night of March 23, 2010, trooper Chadrin Mullenix of the Texas Department of Public Safety stood on an overpass debating what to do. Israel Leija Jr., an allegedly armed and intoxicated fugitive, was fleeing the police in a high-speed chase a few miles away. Show More Summary
When Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Obama meet in the White House today, their goal will be to make amends in light of Netanyahu's unprecedented attempts to manipulate the U.S. Congress and the American public into opposition...Show More Summary
"Protesters rally against media coverage of Israel" by Ryan Torok in the Jewish Journal 11/3 Adam Kratt protests L.A. Times anti-Israel bias The offices of the Los Angeles Times were closed to the public on Sunday Nov. 1, but that did...Show More Summary
Then-Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) dinner in New York in 2007. (Dima Gavrysh / AP) Leaked emails from the Center for American Progress, a major think tank that strongly...Show More Summary
They howl, they hiss, they stalk the streets. They show up in dumpsters, under cars, and in alleyways. They are Israel’s stray cats, and they are more than just a public nuisance: They're a menace. Until now, Israel, like many other nations, has been doing all it could to keep its feral cat population in check. Show More Summary
Amid violent protests in the West Bank, a longtime security alliance with Israel may be redefined in the face of public anger and mistrust.
JK Rowling has staked out territory as a prominent face of the anti-BDS movement. She's signed on to a heavily publicized open letter in the Guardian, "Israel needs cultural bridges, not boycotts", encouraging "dialogue about Israel and the Palestinians" in a "wider" cultural and creative community. Show More Summary
GOOD ON THEM: More than 150 British artists, including Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, have signed a public letter opposing boycott campaigns against Israel.
Israeli publicist Avigdor Eskin told Sputnik that comments by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the role of Jerusalem's Grand Mufti and Hitler in the Holocaust were roundly condemned in Israel.
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - It speaks volumes that Russia, rather than Israel, has been going public with details of a "hotline" and joint air exercises they have launched to avoid an accidental clash in the skies over Syria.
If there is one place where the facts of the Holocaust are rarely contested, it is Israel. On Wednesday, however, public debate raged over comments by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who claimed that a key Palestinian cleric was a driving force behind Adolf Hitler’s attempt to exterminate the...