Tensions escalate after Gazan rocket barrage

Southern Israel is reeling, after Gaza militants fired 200 rockets in a single day, injuring residents and terrifying worshippers in a synagogue.

Trump and Putin discuss Syria

In past discussions Trump has shown naivety about Russia’s seriousness about threats from Syria, and all indications after this week’s summit are that he is becoming less assertive, not more, with Putin.

Israeli tech aids Thai cave rescue

Technology powering the Thai cave rescue was provided for free, because the Israeli man who developed it wanted to act "Jewish."

Yad Vashem slams deal with Poland

The Polish government hasn’t really backed down on its Holocaust law, and it is “trying to literally change history”, Yad Vashem historian Havi Dreifuss has told The AJN.

Poland backtracks on Holocaust law

Benjamin Netanyahu said that by securing the Polish concession, his team "upheld our prime duty to ensure the historic truth about the Holocaust."

Israel, Australia tackle terror funding

Israel has passed a new law to hit the Palestinian Authority in the pocket as long as it insists on paying terrorists.

Eretz Isroyal – William at Kotel

As Prince William placed his hand on the Western Wall yesterday, he made history. Again. This was the most significant, public, and poignant homage to Jewish history by the royal

Sara Netanyahu charged with fraud

The PM's wife, Sara Netanyahu, has been charged with fraud and breach of public trust for allegedly breaking rules governing what food can be bought for the official residence.

Rivlin urges Prince to be ambassador for peace

Israel's president Reuven Rivlin went off-script in his meeting with Prince William, and tasked him with conveying a message of peace from Israel to the Palestinians.

Herzog takes helm of Jewish Agency

The Jewish Agency has selected Isaac Herzog, leader of Israel’s opposition, to take over as chairman from Natan Sharansky - a move Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was trying to block.