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A look at the corruption scandals facing Israel’s Netanyahu
Load Error Israel’s attorney general has recommended pressing criminal charges against him in three separate corruption cases, pending a long delayed pre-trial hearing scheduled for early October — ...

Groundbreaking study: Ancient tin ingots found in Israel were mined in England
The ingots discovered in the three sites off the coast of Israel set the “geological model age of the parental tin ores” at circa 291 million years ago (with an error margin of 17 million years). The ...

The Players and Parties as Israel Votes
But in Israel’s fractured political landscape ... and its finding were published by the Jerusalem Post and Maariv newspapers on Sept. 13. The margin of error was 3.9%. To contact the author of this ...

Berri shocked how Israel-linked jail ex-chief entered Lebanon
A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Amer al-Fakhoury had left Lebanon in 1998. In fact, he left the country in 2000, first travelling to Israel, and later to the U.S. The Daily ...

As election nears, Netanyahu intensifies his rhetoric against Israel’s Arab population
Netanyahu’s party later said the Facebook message was “a staffer’s error.” But the prime minister stayed on ... the largest majority-Arab party in Israel, holding his phone inches from Netanyahu’s ...

PM’s Jordan Valley map was error-strewn, but is his vow worth taking seriously?
Not even one.” Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Inside the roughly 22 percent of the West Bank that Netanyahu’s map marked for annexation ...

Palestinians shrug off Israel’s elections
The poll surveyed 1,200 people in the West Bank and Gaza and had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 ... both of them believe in this concept of greater Israel and both of them believe in being ...

To annex or not to annex? Palestinians still don't have a say.
As Israeli politicians discuss the future of the West Bank ahead of next week's elections, the 2.5 million Palestinians who live there can't vote.

Turkey says Israel becoming 'racist, apartheid regime' with annexation plan
a swathe of the occupied West Bank that Israel captured in 1967 and which Palestinians want as part of a future state. The move alarmed Middle Eastern nations, European powers and Arab foreign ...

Who is Avi Berkowitz, the new face on US Middle East peace team?
Correction, 12/09/2019: Due to an editing error, a previous headline of this article inaccurately ... Both have strong lifelong ties to Israel. Kushner, an Orthodox Jew whose father was a real estate ...

Ex-head of Israel-linked jail arrested upon return from U.S.
In fact, he left the country in 2000, first travelling to Israel, and later to the U.S. The Daily Star regrets this error. A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on ...

Israel’s election results guaranteed
Israel’s education system is teetering with ... The best of the polls have a 4 percentage point margin of error. The threshold for entering the Knesset is 3 percent. Do you see the problem ...