Ezra Schwartz was remembered as a great friend, a good athlete and a practical joker who almost always had a smile on his face. But most of all, friends of the Massachusetts teen slain by terrorists recalled his powerful bond with Israel.
Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard was released on parole in the United States on Friday after 30 years in prison, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, a case that became a serious strain in relations between the close allies.
The American killed in a West Bank terror attack was a suburban Boston teenager studying at a yeshiva. He was ambushed as he returned from visiting a memorial to the three young people kidnapped and murdered in 2014 on the eve of the war in Gaza.
A Palestinian attacker fatally stabbed two people in a Tel Aviv office building on Thursday, police said, raising to 16 the number of Israelis who have died, along with 79 Palestinians, in a wave of violence over the past seven weeks.
The body of an Israeli transgender activist will be cremated as she requested in her will, despite objections by her haredi Orthodox mother.
Attempts to compare the European Union’s settlement labeling guidelines to the Nazi boycott of Jewish goods and stores cheapens the memory of the Holocaust, the EU envoy to Israel said.
Israelis say the Paris terror attacks should push Europe to realize it is in a common fight against Islamic extremism. Unfortunately, Europe doesn’t seem to feel the same way.
A 1,700-year-old mosaic unearthed in the summer of 2014 — adjacent to the site where a world-famous mosaic was unearthed in Israel — is going on display for the first time.
In light of the upsurge of terror attacks, the Israeli government is resuming its practice of destroying terrorist’s homes. But a recent example suggests that the controversial tactic may backfire. Here’s why.
Daniel Polisar defends his analysis of Palestinian public opinion, following criticism that he was misusing data to paint West Bank and Gaza Arabs as irrational.