The 45th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War recently passed. Here are two lessons from the war.
Russia promises to place the S-300 missile system in Syrian hands. This poses a potentially big problem for Israel.
Eighty-nine percent of Israelis say they’re “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with their lives, according to an end-of-year survey.
A couple hundred people turned up last Saturday night (Aug. 18) to protest the continued attacks on Israel’s south from the Gaza Strip.
The Druze may have damaged their reputation among average Israelis through their overwrought reaction to the Nation-State Law.
Why Israel’s new Nation-State Law is significant and why its critics are wrong.
It’s been over three months since Gaza’s Arabs began setting fire to the Gaza envelope – the lands surrounding the Gaza Strip.
Prince William overcame his family’s Judeophobia and visited the Jewish State. The royals have finally made their peace with Israel’s existence. Or have they?
On June 19, Jewish suspects in the Kfar Duma case received some satisfaction when an Israeli court threw out all the confessions obtained under torture.
Camp Ramah is in damage control after its head, Rabbi Mitchell Cohen, met with members of the radical anti-Israel group IfNotNow.