Vaccinated individual tourists will be allowed into Israel starting July 1, according to an announcement by Israel’s tourism ministry.
Support for the State of Israel among U.S. evangelicals between the ages of 18 and 29 declined by more than half between 2018 and 2021
USAID-funded Palestinian NGOs introduced children to released convicted terrorists, according to an NGO watchdog report released Thursday.
IAEA Director-General Rafael Grossi on Monday told the organization’s Board of Governors that he is “deeply concerned” that Iran is hiding nuclear material.
Benjamin Netanyahu leaves office after 4,454 consecutive days as Prime Minister when incoming PM Naftali Bennett is sworn in.
Minutes before a midnight Wednesday deadline, Yesh Atid leader Yair Lapid informed President Reuven Rivlin he is able to form a government.
Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar claimed last week that Hamas has 500 km of tunnels in the Gaza Strip and that only five percent had been damaged in clashes.
Israel and Bahrain are working to quickly bring the normalization of their ties to fruition, a Bahraini business leader said in Jerusalem on Wednesday.
A ceasefire between Israel and terrorist groups in Gaza Strip went into effect at 2 a.m. Friday morning, highlighted with violence and threats until minutes before the deadline.
Last minute snapshots of the latest Israel-Gaza flare-up. Did anything really change?