by Beenish Ahmed Aug 20, 2015
The story seems to belong in a sci-fi thriller more than the pages of a newspaper, but dolphins actually make for really good spies.
by Jack Jenkins Aug 12, 2015
Israeli officials found a how-to manual that contained detailed instructions for how to attack mosques, churches, and Palestinian homes — as well as how to beat Arabs unconscious.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 11, 2015
Some have even described the effort to boycott Israel as “an existential threat to the Jewish state.”
by Justin Salhani Jul 31, 2015
Even more harrowing, an 18 month old infant died in an arson attack early Friday morning when Israeli settlers threw firebombs at two houses in Douma, in the West Bank.
by Ryan Koronowski Jul 26, 2015 Updated: Jul 31, 2015
The former Arkansas governor's rhetoric contrasts sharply with his more moderate philosophy during his 2008 presidential run.
by Justin Salhani Jul 23, 2015
Ami Ayalon, former head of Israel’s internal security outfit called Shin Bet and former chief of the Israeli Navy, told The Daily Beast that the issue “is not black and white.”
by Ari Phillips Jul 20, 2015
Solar power has been slow to take off in Israel, a sun-soaked country. These developments signal a shift in momentum.
by Jack Jenkins Apr 21, 2015
“One of the older Orthodox men kept chanting ‘my daughter can see you!’ But some of the women just shouted back ‘Good!’”
by Kira Lerner Apr 10, 2015
Now that her campaign is formally launching, here are four issues Clinton will have to address.
by Igor Volsky Apr 2, 2015
"The military option is on the table."