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Analysts say the war with Iran began years ago, and is now reaching its apex.
Israel's ultra-Orthodox community takes aim at women's role in public life.
Katsav says he is a victim of ethnic and economic bigotry.
Analysts call the move an act of "underhanded opportunism."
Israel's right wing has produced a series of bills that take on citizenship and left-leaning aid agencies.
Chef Rodrigo Gonzalez in Jerusalem eases the gastronomic nostalgia that pains those far away from home.
100 countries talk shop at a water, energy and environment exhibition in Tel Aviv.
Katzav, in an interview, says he isn't guilty of rape and was a "warm boss"
Rumors swirl about Israel's involvement in the explosion at an Iran munitions base over the weekend.
After failing to garner support, Palestine declined to press for a UN vote. What next?
US may be spared veto if Palestinian Authority withdraws its bid for statehood.
Moshe Katzav, former Israeli president, will serve 7 years for sexual assault.
Drumbeat of war diminishes as a gag order is issued on all Israeli officials in wake of UN report.
A IAEA report confirms Iran is preparing to build a nuclear bomb.
Harley-Davidson bikers made their way from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem’s Old City yesterday in a first-ever “Run for the Wall.”
The Palestinian bid for statehood has placed the UN in a quandary.
Israel's protest movement celebrates its first tangible success.
Female prisoner among those swapped for Gilad Shalit shows up on the doorstep of Europe.
Benjamin Netanyahu is ridiculed in Israel for his attempts to capitalize on the release of Gilad Shalit.
In Israeli-Palestinian prisoner swap, two Palestinian women refused to go back to Gaza.