A recent article from the magazine Foreign Policy claims memos from the Bush administration reveal Israeli spies posing as CIA. Under the deceit, Israeli spy organization, Mossad, recruited members of the terrorist group Jundallah for their covert war against Iran.
No one was killed but two people were hospitalized in an attack on an Israeli diplomat's vehicle in India Monday morning. Israeli officials are blaming Iran for that attack, as well as a thwarted attempt in the Central Asian nation of Georgia.
Israeli officials are outraged over a comment by the top Islamic cleric in Jerusalem. Sheikh Mohammad Hussein, the grand mufti of Jerusalem, quoted Islamic scripture that's widely viewed as an attack on Jews and Judaism.
Years ago, Israeli settlers built a settlement on private Palestinian land outside the town of Ramallah. Late last year, an Israeli court ruled it must be vacated by March. Now residents and the government are fighting over when, whether and where the residents will go.
Israel is employing a growing fleet of drones to monitor its adversaries and to have should the country ever again be threatened militarily. But one of their newest and most advanced versions crashed over the weekend, just weeks before it was expected to be declared operational.
A law passed by the Israeli legislature recently barred Palestinians who marry Israeli citizens from receiving their own Israeli citizenship. That means they can be forced to leave at any time, and cannot drive or work. Now Lana Khatib and her family are at risk.
Israel's Haredim community is grappling with mainstream Israeli society in an effort to figure out how the two increasingly divergent lifestyles can co-exist in the same country.
In Israel on Monday, El Al and the Tel Aviv stock exchange were hit by denial of service attacks, effectively shutting down the companies' websites. The attacker were allegedly the work of anti-Israeli Saudi Arabians.
There's growing tension in Israel between the most ardent, ultra-Orthodox Jews and the country's more mainstream secular and moderate communities. Some of the Haredim want to impose greater restrictions on the public space in the Jewish state.
Shay Charka is perhaps the only syndicated Israeli cartoonist living in a West Bank settlement. And while he's against giving the Palestinians land in exchange for peace, he doesn't fall in with the radical extremists either.