Seventy-five years? Try 99. It was in 1922 that Palestine was divided—actually divided, not just proposed, as the United Nations did in 1947.
Still adrift after being kicked out of the Zionist Union, Hatnua leader Tzipi Livni announces her departure from politics less than a week before the deadline to submit final Knesset lists • Livni: “I am leaving politics, but not the hope for peace.”
50,000 Israelis gathered in Rabin Square, the site where Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin was assassinated 21 years ago, but the event quickly changed from a memorial into a political mud-slinging fest.
“No nation is as threatened by terror as we are,” Bennett told the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism annual conference.
“The separation of a powerful Britain from the European Union is a good thing for Israel,” wrote MK Moti Yogev.
Brazil’s Senate on Thursday morning voted to impeach and suspend President Dilma Rousseff, who will now face a trial manipulating the country’s finances in 2014.
When Tzipi Livni finished her address at Harvard Law School, a student leader asked her a personal question which many believed to be an anti-Semitic slur of the worst kind: Why do you smell so bad?
The Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee’s Subcommittee on Legal Warfare on Tuesday discussed foreign media coverage of the current wave of Arab terror in Israel.
Egypt’s new ambassador to Israel, Hazem Hairat, arrived in the country on Friday after a three-year gap, said the Foreign Ministry on Sunday.
A deal has been reached Tuesday between Iran and world powers that would lift sanctions on the Islamic Republic in exchange for curbs on the country’s nuclear program.