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Haaretz Editor-in-Chief Aluf Benn wrote Monday that the candidates to lead the country, Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz, each represent the hatred of a different... [Read More]
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Dani Dahan (not his real name) is a man of many talents. He's an electrician and a plumber, and knows how to solve any problem... [Read More]
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Military's Arabic-language spokesman suggests Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force is acting in Syria without coordination with the Assad regime... [Read More]
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Financial strains at levels unheard of since the Lebanese civil war raise concerns for the stability of a country where political tensions are never far... [Read More]
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An Israeli outpost has been established in the middle of a World Heritage site, igniting mutual suspicions among the local people. Small wonder a recent... [Read More]
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Rare move, awaiting formal decision, comes day before the Joint List, which won 13 seats, sends representatives for consultations with President Rivlin... [Read More]
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Israeli officials say Greenblatt is not set to unveil the Trump peace plan, but 'to continue to look into' when the best timing would be... [Read More]
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Election kingmaker lauds change of tune from ultra-Orthodox parties ■ President Rivlin to start consultations Sunday, looking for 'stable government,' top aide says ■ Allegations... [Read More]
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Two of the wounded are volunteer paramedics, says health ministry in the Strip... [Read More]
Uniformity, ideological emptiness, and a lack of willingness to change: Israel is united in its desire to keep ignoring its problems... [Read More]
After his double defeat, Netanyahu throws himself into Gantz's arms. He knows he's on borrowed time ■ After going out of his way to help... [Read More]
Shortly after Netanyahu announced his plan to annex the Jordan Valley, the Israeli authorities arrived at hilltop olive groves owned by Palestinians there, and destroyed... [Read More]
When the curtain comes down on Netanyahu's reign, many Israelis wonder how much energy they spent on one man's legal fate... [Read More]
Credit card charges were up more than a third Tuesday, compared with the April election... [Read More]
The stock market is looking forward to a Likud-Kahol Lavan tie-up, but there more likely scenario is political paralysis... [Read More]
Tuesday was an official holiday in Israel, yet shopping malls and places of entertainment venues were open and, most important, trains and buses, which every... [Read More]
Amin Abu Sakik, the first man convicted for polygamy since enforcement was renewed in 2017, was originally sentenced to community service... [Read More]
Israel seeks quiet on the Gaza front so it can focus on the Iranian threat ■ Outgoing Israeli army spokesman gets a special farewell gift... [Read More]
In Cobra Warrior exercise, the IAF and RAF conducted mock dogfights and aircraft interceptions, simulated ground attacks – and found time for Israel's soldiers to... [Read More]
After his double defeat, Netanyahu throws himself into Gantz's arms. He knows he's on borrowed time ■ After going out of his way to help... [Read More]
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