The UK suffered its worst-ever outbreak of antisemitic fervor from May to June this year.
Iran will not resume negotiations on compliance with the 2015 nuclear deal until president-elect Ebrahim Raisi’s administration has begun.
As a sign Israel-Gaza tensions are easing, Israel on Monday expanded the Gaza fishing zone from nine to 12 nautical miles, close to its prewar status of 15.
The Biden administration has initiated new and vocal objections to Israel’s long-standing policy of destroying terrorist homes, a government policy which dates back to 1987.
A mysterious fire broke out last week at a military facility in western Tehran, near the centrifuge factory that was damaged just weeks earlier.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin met with U.N. Secretary-General Guterres during his recent visit to the U.S. and directly addressed UN bias as an obstacle to peace.
PM Naftali Bennett spoke Monday with Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi to arrange a first meeting between the two leaders—also a first in the post-Netanyahu era.
The Biden Administration has reversed US recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights.
A month after Operation Guardian of the Walls, the IDF continues to struggle to maintain calm in the West Bank.
Vaccinated individual tourists will be allowed into Israel starting July 1, according to an announcement by Israel’s tourism ministry.