Lieberman Says He Will Resign If Indicted

Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said he would resign his position if he is indicted in a money-laundering scheme.

How Kidneys Are Bought And Sold on Black Market

Six months ago, Ronen came to the United States from Israel on a life-or-death mission. He needed a kidney transplant, or he would die.

Knesset Won’t Put a ‘For Sale’ Sign on Israeli-Owned Land

An unlikely alliance of settler leaders on the right, Arab parties on the left, student groups, Likudniks and many others across the political spectrum has united to scuttle a plan by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to privatize state-owned land.

Diplomats Don’t Eat Treyf, and Other Issues

It was during a midnight repast of shrimp couscous at a gay bar in Tel Aviv that I discovered Israel’s Foreign Ministry does not reimburse diplomatic staff for non-kosher, work-related meals in Israel. But that was just the beginning of my problems.

Catskills Standoff Over Rundown Camp

A standoff is simmering at a summer camp run by a Hasidic sect that is defying a mandatory “Order to Evacuate” issued by New York State for numerous safety violations.

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