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Sigmar Gabriel to sit down with PM, who gave him the cold shoulder in April over his meeting with Breaking the Silence
Visiting US vice president tells American soldiers stationed along Syrian border that the administration will demand lawmakers reopen government
Mediation at the grassroots level can bridge the rifts that threaten to tear Israeli society apart
Rebuffing Jordanian demands, diplomats say 'no way' Jerusalem will try security officer who killed 2 in July incident
Hotel's security staff fled 'without a fight' as Taliban attackers rampaged through the building with guns and grenades for 12 hours
Israeli lawmakers and Jewish groups call on European Parliament panel to cancel meeting with senior MP Alaeddin Boroujerdi
In run-up to local elections in March, populist politician Geert Wilders declares, 'We live here, not in Morocco, Turkey, or Saudi Arabia'
Actress decries sexualization of women and girls; pro-Palestinian groups boycott event over Scarlett Johansson's participation
Some evangelicals believe shoring up Israel's claim to the city and establishing a new temple there could herald a Second Coming
Car crashes into motorbike on which Maor Malul, recently released from prison in Israel, was riding with wife; man gets out and stabs them
14 foreigners among fatalities, with casualty toll expected to rise; more than 150 people, including 41 foreigners, rescued
But Jewish population in West Bank still increasing at faster pace than among other Israelis
PM rejects widespread criticism of plan to send asylum seekers to third-party countries, says it is 'perfectly in line with international law'
Claims her city is one of biggest to support Israel boycott 'totally inaccurate' and do 'not reflect' its values, says LaToya Cantrell
Protection would require archaeological supervision during all earthworks in area, recording of finds
PM seeks to avert coalition crisis after Liberman visits market on Jewish day of rest, prompting condemnation from Deri
Rabbi Steven (Shmuel) Krawatsky fired after Jewish Week investigative report; school’s director claims ‘scope of allegations’ not known by Beth Tfiloh
Startup will get access to agronomists and technology professionals, and farming lands
Vice president responds that 'the United States of America remains committed, if the parties agree, to a two-state solution'
In press release, ministry says unreleased report has found growing anti-Jewish sentiments in the UK, Germany and among migrant populations in Europe