33 websites seized in major crackdown include pro-Hamas Palestine Today and English-language Press TV, described by ADL as ‘leading dispenser of conspiratorial anti-Semitism’; notice posted by American authorities said websites were targeted ‘as part of law enforcement action’
After numerous botched attempts by state-run space program and successful launch by paramilitary Revolutionary Guard last year, satellite images show personal and equipment at spaceport near Tehran
At the end of a joint meeting, Palestinians say continued calm contingent upon Jerusalem providing humanitarian gestures and launch veiled threat to resume rocket fire
Foreign minister set to travel to the Gulf state to inaugurate the Israeli embassy in Abu Dhabi and consulate in Dubai in the first visit to the country by a top Israeli government official
While crucial in the development of the first effective COVID-19 vaccines, Israeli immunology researcher Prof. David Naor’s research found that mRNA could also help treat autoimmune diseases as well as cancer
Main road to Hebron’s Cave of the Patriarchs was for Jews only, while Palestinians were only allowed on fenced, narrow path; policy ended for second time in two years.
Guard arrested after months-long investigation, but report claims his wife was recruited by Israel via social media and photographed parliament.
In-depth: Raisi looks unlikely to re-enter 2015 deal without relief of U.S. sanctions; political analysts, however, say once sanctions are lifted, Iranians won’t feel any incentive to negotiate more concessions, such as support of terror proxies, ballistic missiles
Gazan military court gives 15 years to man accused of spying as Israel re-jails five Palestinians released in Shalit deal.
Investigators are gathering documents and testimony about donations and money transfers made to Herzog’s campaign during 2013 Labor primary.