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Israel’s literary loss

A.B. Yehoshua the novelist took a sharp knife to his fellow citizens’ pretensions and delusions, writing books that laid Israel bare like an open bleeding wound.

It’s over: Israel’s coalition falls

After weeks of fending off threats to their governing coalition, Israel’s top leaders have announced that they will instead seek to dissolve the Knesset, Israel’s...

Pope and head of Yad Vashem meet

Amid controversies concerning the Vatican’s Holocaust-era record, Pope Francis and the head of Israel’s state museum on the Holocaust, Yad Vashem, met for a...

Bennett takes snap visit to UAE

Prime Minister Naftali Bennett left for a snap visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on June 9 at the invitation of UAE President Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed.

Despite some clashes, Jerusalem Day celebrated without major injury

Jewish extremists shouted racist slogans and clashed with Palestinians during a heavily policed Jerusalem Day march, but there were no major injuries at an event that...

Israel, UAE sign free trade agreement

Israel and the United Arab Emirates signed a free trade agreement on May 31 in Dubai. The deal is the first of its kind between Israel and an Arab state.

Families of Meron victims sue; ‘gross negligence’

The families of those who died in the 2021 Mount Meron disaster have filed a lawsuit against the government, emergency services and several private organizations.

Two terrorists, 16 orphans

A series of terrorist attacks roiled Israel last week, leading to the launch of Operation Chariots of Fire, an Israel Defense Forces war exercise that aims to prepare...

Harvard Crimson: Yes to BDS

For years, the editorial board of the Harvard Crimson, the student newspaper at Harvard University, has declined to back the movement to boycott Israel, even as it...

Biden to visit Israel

President Joe Biden accepted an invitation to visit Israel amid differences between the allies over how best to contain Iran and the White House’s concern over...