After a week of ultra-Orthodox Jews violating restrictions, many Israelis decide to open their businesses despite the rules
As Sukkot draws to an end, those in the tourism industry are looking back now at nearly eight full months of loss, and no end in sight and "no reason for optimism."
Restaurant owner Adi Talmor is not optimistic: "The catastrophe is around the corner from an economic standpoint ... businesses will not recover from this second lockdown."
Israelis legally bypass ban intended to quash anti-government demonstrations; Vote to curtail protests triggered vastly larger than normal turnout
The Turks have been pursuing a long-time strategy of investment in Jerusalem that some call a "quiet jihad"
In speech at UN General Assembly, Israeli PM says Hezbollah's weapons are stored near civilian areas with one warehouse dangerously located next to a gas factory