Benjamin Netanyahu Says He’s Done Nothing Wrong. Will Israel Believe Him?
Israeli police recommended the Israeli Prime Minister be charged with bribery, fraud and breach of trustBy Yardena Schwartz / Tel Aviv February 14, 2018
How Israel's Military Is 'Empowering' Transgender Troops
On June 30, the U.S. military announced it would accept transgender soldiers and it has been looking at the experience of other armies for guidanceBy Yardena Schwartz/Tel Aviv August 8, 2016
Meet the Arab Woman Who Has Just Become the First Miss Trans Israel
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Israel Patrols as ISIS Lurks in the Sinai
As Israelis patrol the border with Egypt, they know that a group linked to ISIS is fighting the Egyptian army and would love to launch new attacks on IsraelBy Yardena Schwartz/Nitzana, Israel May 10, 2016
Why This Palestinian Clown Is Being Jailed Without Trial
The detention of a Palestinian performer has highlighted Israel's policy of detention without trialBy Yardena Schwartz/Tel Aviv March 9, 2016
Exclusive: Shimon Peres on Peace, War and Israel's Future
The 92-year-old former Prime Minister and President speaks his mind about the possibilities for peace under NetanyahuBy Yardena Schwartz/Tel Aviv February 15, 2016
Shimon Peres: 'Israel Stronger When She Achieves Peace'
When the 92-year-old former Israeli President, Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Prize winner Shimon Peres suffered a heart attack on Jan. 14, followed by another rush to the hospital for chest pains a week later,...By Yardena Schwartz/Tel Aviv February 15, 2016
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