Gulf and African delegates arrive in Israel to discuss ties
More than 20 guests, some from countries that have no diplomatic ties with Israel, arrive for a historic conference in Jerusalem tackling war on terror and radicalization, desalination and food security
Israel launches new Ofek-13 spy satellite into orbit
Reconnaissance asset developed with Israel Aerospace Industries will provide military with better quality images than its predecessors
Hebrew University researchers discover how pancreatic cancer spreads through body
Study published in Nature holds out hope for patients by pointing to an existing drug that could undergo trials for use in fighting metastases
Netanyahu expected to say he will end his legislative revolution
Prime minister delays expected statement for hours as coalition partner Itamar Ben-Gvir threatens to resign from government
Military Intel soldier jailed for 27 months for leaking classified information
Two civilians who received top-secret info from soldier and published it on social media still awaiting trial
Netanyahu: 'No Law' Will Pass in Knesset That 'Harms Christianity'
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded Wednesday to a chorus of concern from evangelical Christians in the U.S. and from believers in Israel related to a bill introduced by two ultra-Orthodox of members of Israel’s Knesset would make it a criminal offense to persuade anyone to convert to another religion.
Knesset Passes Law Reversing 2005 Disengagement in Northern Samaria
In a history-making vote Tuesday, Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, voted to repeal the Disengagement Law applying to Samaria, where four communities were dismantled.
Digital terror, hate ‘report card’ shows social media fails to police antisemitism, Holocaust denial
“What this report card shows us are that those seeds of hate are the precursors to physical violence,” Eric Dinowitz, chair of the New York City Council’s Jewish Caucus, tells JNS.
Israel Bolsters Security in Judea, Samaria, Jerusalem as Ramadan Approaches
Security officials are sending more police and soldiers to Judea and Samaria (the West Bank) and Jerusalem in advance of the month-long holiday of Ramadan, which begins Wednesday and Thursday.