Israel Says it Hit Iranian Military Sites in Syria; 11 Dead
Targets included munition storage facilities, an intelligence site and a military training camp.
'Fauda' Makes Israeli-Palestinian Conflict a Must-See TV Hit
The show's creators doubted whether an action series based on the never-ending Mideast conflict would make a TV hit.
Israel Hits Dozens of Iranian Targets in Syria After Barrage
The Israeli military said it attacked nearly all of Iran's military installations in Syria in response to an Iranian barrage.
Israeli Minister: Seized Nuclear Archive Could Deter Iran
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled what he claimed was a "half ton" of Iranian nuclear documents.
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Israel: Russian Troops Already in Syria
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After Deal, Israel Still Vows to Block an Iran Nuclear Bomb
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Tuesday's nuclear deal with Iran a mistake of "historic proportions."
In Israel, Biracial German Author Probes Her Nazi Heritage
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Hollywood Movie Titles Lost in Translation
In the rest of the world, moviegoers are used to their countries translating the titles of big Hollywood films with their own...
Palestinian Film Spotlights Israeli Arab Identity
In the Holy Land, the state of Palestine does not yet exist. But in Hollywood, it already has an Oscar finalist.
Hollywood's Arnon Milchan Says He Was Israeli Spy
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Ahead of Draft, Ultra-Orthodox Soldiers Under Fire
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Films Play Special Role in Remembering Holocaust
Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust museum says movies have a unique role in maintaining the memory of World War II's Nazi horrors.
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The 13 junior Marines, all based at Camp Pendleton, have been charged for violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
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