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Member of the U.S. National Academy of Engineering and Virginia-based Internet Society’s hall of fame, Danny Cohen's name may not be well known, but his work helped shape how we use the internet

Infiltration under the influence: Israel believes Gaza youth attempting to cross border are using drugs

Israeli military spokesman warns Hamas to restrain Islamic Jihad and keep demonstrations in check after three incidents of projectile fire ended a period of calm

Netanyahu's warning for Likud members plotting to unseat him | Analysis

Instead of developing a competitive, decentralized market, a handful of businessmen are acquiring newspapers, websites and TV channels in order to gain influence

Young Diaspora Jews account for only 2 percent of soldiers serving in the Israeli army, but in the past year the suicide rate among them has been disproportionately high. Haaretz investigates why

What’s killing Israel’s lone soldiers?

IN PHOTOS: The 11 individuals included in the project were injured during protests in a range of countries, some as participants and others as journalists or bystanders.

Israel was "pushing the limits" striking in Iraq, risking "getting the U.S. military removed from Iraq," a senior official warned


Bombshell: Israel Police confirm Benjamin Netanyahu suspected of bribery, fraud, breach of trust in 2 separate cases

In last monologue, Israeli comedy show host implores Israelis to wake up and smell the "apartheid"

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“The effort to criminalize immigrants and asylum seekers is all part of a much bigger political ideology that is grounded in white nationalism”

Israel's education minister comes out in favor of gay conversion therapy - and full "apartheid"