A replica of a long-range missile greets visitors, and posters mock Israel and the United States.
Israeli President Shimon Peres phoned Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday to assure him of Israel's desire to maintain close ties with its Muslim ally, an aide to Erdogan said.
Israel’s only crematorium, abhorred by ultra-Orthodox Jews, has been heavily damaged by fire, and police said Thursday that arson was suspected.
by Leah Krauss Haifa, Israel (UPI) Aug 23, 2007 Israel Defense Forces brass are expected to debate funding allocations for a comprehensive, multiyear plan for the various branches this week, following the agreement on a $30 billion U.S. aid package.
Gravely injured in an Israeli missile attack, a 5-year-old Palestinian girl is at the center of a fight over whether Israel should continue to provide treatment.
Israel must provide more freedom of movement in the West Bank and open crossings into Gaza to avoid driving even more Palestinians into poverty after Hamas seized the coastal strip two months ago, the United Nations Mideast envoy said Wednesday.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has, on several occasions, publicly called for Israel to be "eliminated." Some Israelis say that with Iran's nuclear ambitions and growing regional clout, the threat of a war between the two nations looms.
Joe Cole and Shaun Wright-Phillips might be competing with each other for a place in the Chelsea team, but I believe they could both play crucial roles when England take on Israel, says Don Howe.
Israeli agricultural officials have quarantined henhouses at a kibbutz in southern Israel until "suspicious" avian flu test results have been analyzed.
Hours after an Israeli Orthodox Jewish newspaper published the location of Israel's first crematorium, it burned to the ground, local media reported.