“He asked me if it was dangerous. I told him that there was a danger to it that was not negligible, but that the outcome justified the risk.”
Israel outlawed the import and sale of e-cigarettes made by Juul Labs, citing public health concerns given their nicotine content.
Britain’s Prince William voiced horror over a Nazi death camp exhibit at Israel’s Holocaust memorial
Israel praised the sniper who was videotaped shooting a Palestinian youth on the Gaza border.
“I don’t feel any empathy for them. I would be happy if we could live in peace, but they don’t want to sit and talk with us.”
Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot accused Iran of working to forge a “Shi’ite crescent” running through Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Bahrain and Gaza.
European powers are trying to develop better means for pre-emptively spotting “lone-wolf” militants from their online activities and are looking to Israeli-developed technologies, a senior EU security official said on Tuesday.
Israel’s top intelligence official offered Saudi Arabia rare public praise on Wednesday for what he deemed its efforts, under King Salman, to lead “pragmatic” Sunni Muslim states confronting Iran and to overhaul Riyadh’s oil-dependent economy.
When Israel scrambled two F-15 fighter jets last month to intercept an Egyptian airliner after faulty communication with the cockpit raised fears of a hijack, it took several tense minutes for the plane to be cleared to land.
In first remarks as Israel’s designated defense minister, right-wing settler Avigdor Lieberman joked about his fiery reputation: “I have undergone surgery to lengthen my fuse.”