Speaking out against unfairness shows strength of character, but sometimes keeping quiet is best, especially when our words are recorded in the Torah (or on the internet) forever
Tech company says it sent targeted users a 'government-backed attack warning,' found no evidence the phishing attempts were successful
'The army hasn't seen the maps!': For one of the first times in history, the IDF is out of the loop on a move that could radically affect central aspects of the country's security
ISNA chief Ali Motaghian could reportedly get 2-year prison sentence, lashes, over interview with ex-ambassador on Tehran's 'arbitrary' intelligence operations in Europe
Appointment of Chezi Levy, who will take over for Moshe Bar Siman-Tov amid uptick in COVID-19 cases, now awaits approval of government
Moscow's ambassador to UN slams efforts to prevent Tehran from obtaining 'peaceful space technology,' calls US accusation that launch violated 2015 nuclear deal 'misleading'
Yehudah Glick calls attack on him during condolence visit to family of autistic man shot dead by police 'a murderous lynch that ended in a miracle'
US House speaker 'very concerned' by Netanyahu's pledge to extend sovereignty over settlements and the Jordan Valley, calls it 'unacceptable'
Report says Tzipi Refaeli will have to spend 16 months behind bars under deal, but supermodel will avoid prison time; will also have to pay fine, NIS 8 million in back taxes
Cape Town-born Benjamin Pogrund, an early confidant of Mandela, wrote a book arguing 'A' word doesn't apply to Israel. Now he fears state will become 'mirror of what apartheid was'
Autopsy report on George Floyd finds severe heart disease, drugs in system, which would have made reaction to stress more severe, but not caused death, medical reviewers say
After Tehran releases Michael White and US frees two Iranians, American president says 'it shows a deal is possible'
Anti-Semitism watchdog calls new text by Rafal Ziemkiewicz a criminal example of hate speech based on nationality
The conviction that peace cannot exist without justice can be traced to the authors of Biblical texts and early Jewish and Christian communities
Family, celebrities, leading politicians eulogize George Floyd at Minneapolis event, call for changes to policing and criminal justice system
Yair Bernstein wants to spread smiles, and his pandemic humor has really caught on among people sick of isolation