German court upholds airline ban on Israeli passengers

Kuwait Airways may bar Israeli citizens from boarding its planes in Germany, a Frankfurt court ruled. Jewish and political leaders in Germany criticized the ruling handed down Thursday by the

Prince slammed over 1986 comments

IN a newly revealed letter from 1986, Prince Charles suggested the "influx of foreign, European Jews" was a cause of turmoil in the Middle East.

Syria deal: Israel’s prayers answered?

AMERICA and Russia have reached an agreement to remove Iranian forces, Hezbollah and other jihadists from Israel's doorstep. 

Genesis Prize for Portman

Natalie Portman has been named the winner of the 2018 Genesis Prize, which honors individuals who serve as an inspiration to the next generation of Jews through their outstanding professional achievement.

Bibi, May commemorate Balfour centenary

Israeli officials are delighted by the embrace they got in London for the centenary of the Balfour Declaration – breathing a sigh of relief that what could have been a nightmare occasion went off so smoothly.

Hatikvah ban at judo tournament

Israeli athletes won a number of medals at a judo tournament in Abu Dhabi last week, but tournament organisers refused to play the customary national anthem of the medallists.

Corbyn snubbing Balfour commemoration

Britain's Labour Party downgraded its representation at an event celebrating a milestone of Zionism, which Prime Minister Theresa May said she would attend "with pride".

Hamas extremism on show in Iran

Palestinian reconciliation won't cause Hamas to moderate, the group signalled last weekend by sending a senior official to Tehran. 

Dismay over Polish restitution law

The Polish government has published draft legislation on the return of confiscated property that would exclude most Holocaust survivors and their families.

Fascinating Kotel find

In what they call a "thrilling" discovery, archaeologists have just unearthed a large section of the Western Wall that hasn't been seen in almost two millennia.