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SpaceIL engineer David Shteinman is is unwavering in his dedication to the team that lands the first Israeli space craft on the moon.
Hear Michael Singh from the Washington Institute discuss Trump vs Clinton: Implications for Israel at the next JBOD AGM on August 16.
Yarden Gerbi became the first Israeli to medal at the Rio Olympics, bringing home a bronze in the women’s 63-kg judo competition.
After 44 years, the memory of the 11 Israeli victims of the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre was finally commemorated on Wednesday in an official ceremony.
Are four heartbroken Israeli families closer to seeing their children return home from Gaza, now that Israel and Hamas have a new mutual friend?
The Landing Pad was one of the highlights of an eight-day tour by 11 Victorian Coalition MPs under the AIJAC Rambam Israel Fellowship Program.
Speaking Wednesday at a news conference in Florida, Donald Trump said that he hasn’t ruled out visiting Israel before the election.
A tweet drawing equivalence between Israel and ISIS that appeared on-screen during Monday’s edition of Q&A has caused communal outrage.
One of the most dramatic court cases in Israeli military history got into full swing this week, as prosecutors cross-examined an IDF soldier who fatally shot a Palestinian who was lying on the ground.
A reconciliation deal between Israel and Turkey will not be affected by the attempted military coup, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.