"There's still people who don't have homes, who've been shattered," Gideon Israel, founder of the Jerusalem-Washington Center, told ILTV, in a discussion about the Gaza disengagement in 2005.
As fire balloons returned to Israel's south, Gantz ordered the Kerem Shalom crossing shut to everything but fuel and humanitarian supplies.
Trump said he was escorted to the Oval Office by the agent. The White House was placed on lockdown following the incident.
'The whole government resigned,' Health Minister Hamad said, adding that PM Hassan Diab will head to the presidential palace to 'hand over the resignation in the name of all the ministers.'
Anthony Lodespoto will be sentenced on September 25 after pleading guilty to 'bias intimidation.'
Controversial artwork by local artist was based on his mother's experience in the Holocaust.
Gaza residents cheer as the terror group launches at least four rockets into the Mediterranean.
While the Israeli government released a new set of coronavirus directives, public health experts predict August will see a major spike in COVID-19 deaths.
A woman is dead, two people are trapped and at least two people are reported to be critically injured after houses exploded Monday morning in Baltimore.
Supreme Court judges blocks destruction of house of terrorist who murdered IDF soldier.
People who received a tuberculosis vaccination in the past 15 years were found less likely to contract COVID-19, a new Israeli study shows.
Here is a recap of the top Israel news stories on August 10, 2020.
Israel's economy, once booming, has been savaged by the corona pandemic, with one of every five Israelis out of work and millions of families unable t...
'It being a strange world, Yosemite Sam is actually Jewish,' said Yoni Appelbaum, a senior editor at The Atlantic.
Despite the global financial crisis, Israel Aerospace Industries ends the first half of 2020 with the highest sales in the history of the company.
When it comes to the Temple Mount, Israeli police appear more interested in appeasing Muslims than protecting Jewish rights.
Captain of Israel's national ice hockey team to suit up for Oświęcim, the town where Auschwitz is located.
The 62-year-old man, who had hiccups for four days, showed no other symptoms of the disease.
One officer was seen slumped against a building, several arrests were made and a rock was thrown at a police vehicle, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Lite-Sats, which are set to weigh less than an average human, are seen as a partial substitute for Intelligence-gathering UAVs.