Oscars 2021: Tomer Shushan on his Israeli short film White Eye, and how it comments on lack of refugee protection
“The ‘white’ signifies white privilege. And for me, ‘white eye’ also stands for blindness. The main character is blind to the situation of the immigrant. He is not a bad person; he is only making a bad choice.”
Israel has not claimed responsibility for the attack. However, Israeli media reported that the country had orchestrated a devastating cyberattack that caused the blackout
TS Tirumurthi, India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, made the comments ahead of elections in Palestine and Israel's efforts to form a govt
Germany coach Joachim Löw begins his farewell tour against Iceland in Duisberg. It is Germany's first game since Löw announced he will be quitting after this summer's European Championship.
Israel election deadlock: With nearly 90% of votes counted, Benjamin Netanyahu lacks clear path to majority
Analysis by state broadcaster Kan showed that the combined strength of the declared pro-Netanyahu parties was 52 seats while those seeking to end his long reign commanded 56. This leaves both camps short of the 61 seats required to form the government
Israel elections: Exit polls indicate no clear winner; country faces prospect of continued political gridlock
The election was seen as a referendum on Netanyahu’s polarising leadership style, and the initial results showed that the country remains as deeply divided as ever
They are the first new scrolls found in archaeological excavations in the desert south of Jerusalem in 60 years
Adams will compete with Nisbet, Oli McBurnie and Lyndon Dykes for a place up front, with Ryan Fraser set to resume his supporting role.
B'Tselem has reported a rise in settler violence in recent months and says the Israeli military often turns a blind eye
Jerusalem museum scraps auction of rare items of Islamic art after facing public outcry, condemnation from Israel govt
Art experts criticised the attempted sale to private collectors, saying it had been hidden from the public and violated the museum’s founding mission to edify the Israeli public about the Islamic world through art.
Purim celebrations in Jerusalem threaten fresh COVID-19 outbreak in Israel, disrupting its successful vaccination efforts
With traffic clogged at the entrance of Jerusalem, Israeli TV stations showed videos of ultra-Orthodox families walking along the side of the highway into the city.
Tehran and its allies could be behind Israeli ship blast, writes ultraconservative Iranian newspaper
Citing unnamed "military experts," Iran's leading ultraconservative daily 'Kayhan' wrote in a front-page report that "the targeted ship in the Gulf of Oman is a military ship belonging to the Israeli Army"
The vaccine was found 92 percent effective at preventing severe disease after two shots and 62 percent after one.
Coral populations around the world are under threat from bleaching caused by climate change, these reefs are stable due to their unique heat resistance.
Netanyahu stands accused of accepting lavish gifts from wealthy friends and offering to grant favors to powerful media moguls in exchange for favorable coverage of him and his family
Israel's India Ambassador 'not surprised' by IED blast outside embassy, says officials were on high alert for weeks
In an interview with PTI, Ron Malka added that the investigating team will also look into whether there are any links to the 2012 attack on Israeli diplomats in Delhi
They estimated that 60 percent of the mollusc populations do not reach a reproductive size, rendering the region a "demographic sink" for some species.
How I survived the Zoom-bie apocalypse: 2020 offered (virtual) front row seats to everything we wanted to see
For every closed door this year, a window opened virtually.
This comes just days after Israel launched a nationwide inoculation programme after receiving the first consignment of the vaccine developed by US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech
Netanyahu finds himself confronted by a trio of disgruntled former aides — led by Gideon Saar, a popular lawmaker who recently broke away from his Likud party — who share his hardline ideology