A traumatised Tel Aviv sent a defiant message to terrorists this week, insisting that it’s business as usual across the city – even in the cafe where four people were murdered last Wednesday (June 8).
With shtreimels and pride flags, they absorbed the tragedy together, members of Jerusalem’s LGBTI community and members of its Charedi community.
Four people were killed and three were seriously injured in a shooting at an outdoor shopping center in Tel Aviv. Two gunmen carried out the apparent terror attack and were shot and disarmed,
JERUSALEM - Former Adass Israel head teacher Malka Leifer has been enjoying a taste of freedom this week, as her alleged victims come to terms with the knowledge that she’s unlikely to face extradition proceedings any time soon.
Alleged sex offender Malka Leifer will live in Israel as a free woman, a Jerusalem court has ruled, bringing the long-running case for her extradition to stand trial in Australia […]
Israel’s neighbour marked its 70th birthday last week, and as Jordan celebrated, Israel’s president joined the party.
The Israeli government is ready to consider a 14-year-old Saudi Arabian plan for the end of the Israeli-Arab conflict, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an unexpected announcement on Monday.
There were mixed reactions from the Australian Jewish community this week to the news that Yisrael Beitenu leader Avigdor Lieberman was set to join the Israeli government as Defence Minister. The hawkish politician is poised to replace Moshe Ya’alon, who quit last week after clashing with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The United States said it would work with the successor to Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon, following his resignation. “We appreciate Mr. Yaalon’s leadership and partnership as defense minister and […]
JERUSALEM – The Prime Minister’s wife headed a group of top businesswomen on a mission to Israel this week, leading them on a hectic itinerary of high-tech innovators, universities and local politicians.