The Israeli arms industry is expected to lose $1.3 billion in revenue each year and as many as 22,000 workers could lose their jobs when the latest agreement for military aid from the US kicks in at the end of this year, the Defense Ministry warned at a Knesset Finance Committee meeting on Monday.
Guatemala has opened its new embassy in Jerusalem, becoming the second country to do so after the United States.
The leaders of Israel, Cyprus and Greece said Tuesday they are determined to push ahead with plans for a pipeline that would supply east Mediterranean gas to Europe as the continent seeks to diversify its supplies.
Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin said Wednesday that a decision has not yet been made on supplying Syria with advanced air defense systems, a development that Israel fears could hamper its efforts to prevent Iranian military entrenchment in Syrian territory and transfers of arms supplies to the Hezbollah terror group in Lebanon.
Israel will do what’s needed to block Iranian aggression, sooner rather than later, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
The European Union's foreign service condemned remarks on the Holocaust by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as 'unacceptable,' echoing criticism on Wednesday by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Iranian regime is 'quaking in its boots,' after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu revealed secret nuclear-program documents appropriated by the Mossad, an ex-Pentagon Iran expert told The Jerusalem Post on Tuesday.
Agents of Israel’s spy agency Mossad smuggled hundreds of kilograms of paper and digital files on Iran’s clandestine nuclear weapons program out of the Islamic Republic with Iranian agents 'on their tails,' Hadashot television news reported Tuesday night, based on briefings by Israeli officials.
While revealing a truly impressive intelligence coup by the Mossad, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday night did not present evidence that Iran had violated the 2015 nuclear deal, or shed new light on the Islamic Republic’s pre-agreement atomic program.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discussed the Iranian situation with French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, his office announced Monday night.
Israeli defense officials have told their American and Russian counterparts that if Iranian-backed forces attack Israel from inside Syria, Jerusalem will not hold back from retaliating with direct strikes against Tehran or other targets in Iran.
U.S. officials and congressional insiders view the disclosure Monday by Israel of Iran's ongoing efforts to develop a nuclear weapon as game over for the landmark nuclear deal, telling the Washington Free Beacon that new evidence of Iran's top secret nuclear workings makes it virtually impossible for President Donald Trump to remain in the agreement.
'I can understand the great concern in Israel about what Iran is doing. We just have different opinions over the question of how best to eradicate the threat,' German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in an interview aired Sunday on Channel 10 News.