IT was meant to be a baby shower. Instead, it became a bloodbath. Three Israelis were buried on Sunday, after their lives came to an abrupt and brutal end two days earlier, as they digested their dinner and waited for guests to arrive to celebrate the birth of a new baby.
IN what looked like a desperate attempt to stop tensions spiralling out of control, the Israeli government has dismantled the metal detectors at entrances to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Temple
Three members of an Israeli family have been killed and one wounded in a stabbing attack in a West Bank settlement north of Ramallah. A father in his 60s and […]
Beyond the gate to the Israel–Lebanon border lies the world of Hezbollah and, if you carry on straight into Lebanon and turn right to Syria, the drama of the Syrian civil war.
The UN’s cultural body is being accused of rewriting history again, after declaring that Hebron is a “Palestinian World Heritage site in danger,” writes Nathan Jeffay.
ASPIRING Israeli opera singers are taking part in Tel Aviv’s International Opera Workshop, developing their skills with coaching sessions and master classes. Now in its 31st year, the two-week event […]
A SENIOR trade union figure who threatened the Jewish community must offer an “unconditional apology,” a South African court has ruled.
THE staggering transformation of India from Israel critic to firm friend was completed this week, with the first ever visit of an Indian Prime Minister to the Jewish State.
FORMER Prime Minister Ehud Olmert walked free this week, leaving prison after serving just 16 months of his 27-month sentence for corruption.
THE government in Jerusalem is being accused of sabotaging the Israel–Diaspora relationship, after it suspended plans for a grand mixed-gender prayer gallery at the Western Wall.