Watch: Israeli Airstrike Destroys Hamas Rocket Factory
Israel will not let terrorists get away with their murderous attacks. There are consequences.
Netanyahu Expected to Start Coalition Talks with Ben-Gvir, others, as Election Count Wraps
With most of the votes counted, it’s all but certain Benjamin Netanyahu will return to office as Israel’s next prime minister.
Israel-Europe Arrow Missile Shield Deal to Hit Record 3 Billion Euros
Pending U.S. approval, air defense deal with 15 European countries would become Israel’s largest-ever arms export deal ever.
Religious Parties' Turnout Key to Netanyahu Coalition Hopes
If Israeli election polls are accurate, Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party will have a 50-50 chance of building a coalition government.
On the Eve Israel’s Election, Voters Poised to Choose Between a Leader and Ongoing Uncertainty
Voters go to the polls in Israel Tuesday for their fifth election in less than four years.
Two years to the Abraham Accords and still no Nobel Prize - why not?
Two years into the Abraham Accords signed at the White House in Washington DC and the headlines keep coming. Economically, militarily and culturally, they have given proof that the Middle East can change for the better.
Kremlin-affiliated hackers attack Knesset website
Russian group Xaknet takes responsibility for hack, which raises concerns of potential election interference.
LinkedIn Fails on Taking Down Antisemitic Content, Study Finds
“The disturbing problem with posting antisemitic content on LinkedIn is that those posting it present themselves with academic degrees and other professional accolades,” said FOA monitor Barak Aharon.
Hebrew U to open joint PhD program, research partnership with Meta AI
Doctoral program to provide students with mentors from the Facebook parent company, access to facilities and computational infrastructure