Amb Prosor addresses UN Security Council debate
At this time of turmoil and transition for our region, the stakes are very high. The decisions that you make in these halls in the coming weeks could echo for years to come, well, well beyond the Middle EastRead More
Bank of Israel report: recent economic development
The growth rate during the second quarter of 2012 was 3.4 percent, lower than the economy's long-term growth rate and near a rate consistent with Bank of Israel's forecast for 2012.
Harvard's JFK Forum
Consul General of Israel to New England Shai Bazak and Deputy Consul General Ronit Nudelman Perl attended Harvard's JFK Forum event titled "The Middle East: U.S. and Israeli Perspectives". Read More
Should Israel have a red line on Iran?
By marking a clear red line now, we will gain time to explore further diplomatic options, intensify sanctions, and reinforce military credibility.Read More
Israeli app helps students improve grades
The application 'gives hope to struggling students, enabling them to focus on learning and developing their skills.'
PM Netanyahu's statement on early elections
PM Netanyahu announces elections to be held within three months.
Refuel with Tom Peled and Bike For the Fight
The Embassy of Israel will be co-hosting a ReFuel welcome brunch for Bike for the Fight on Sunday, October 7. Bike For the Fight is an international organization founded by Tom Peled to raise money for the Israel Cancer Research Fund. Read More
The secret to longevity
Israeli researchers pinpoint a gene that slows the aging process in male lab mice. Can it work on people?
PM Netanyahu's Speech to the 67th UNGA
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the United Nations General Assembly: "At this late hour, there is only one way to peacefully prevent Iran from getting nuclear weapons - by placing a clear red line."Read More
PM Netanyahu departs to address UNGA
On the eve of Yom Kippur, which is sacred to the Jewish people, the Iranian tyrant chose to publicly call for our disappearance. In my remarks to the UN General Assembly, they will hear my response.Read More
New Stone Age finds at Ein Zippori
Extensive archaeological excavations carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority prior to the widening of Highway 79 in northern Israel led to the uncovering of a treasure of impressive prehistoric finds.Read More
Israeli economic steps in West Bank and Gaza Strip
Israel has recently approved additional permits for workers and merchants to enter Israeli territory from the West Bank. 16 projects in the Gaza Strip funded by the international community have been approved.Read More
DepFM Ayalon addresses Ad Hoc Liaison Committee
Israel submitted to the committee an updated report on measures taken by Israel in support of developing the Palestinian economy and socio-economic structure. Read More
The untold story of the Middle East
Ambassador Prosor: "Our purpose is clear: plain and simple justice for nearly one million Jewish refugees, whose stories have been hidden - whose history has been left untold."Read More
Coaxing crops from the sand
Israel’s most productive vegetable farms are located in the Arava desert. How did this inhospitable environment become so fertile?