The INS Rahav submarine is expected to arrive in Haifa port Tuesday, joining four similar vessels.
A terrorist fails and is shot and killed after trying to stab a soldier at the Beit Anoun Junction near Hebron.
Russia is reported to be directly arming Hezbollah terrorists in Syria. Pres. Putin does not deny it.
A massive explosion rocked a square in central Istanbul, killing and wounding many, possibly due to a suicide bomber.
Arab terrorists drove up to the Abu Dis checkpoint and opened fire at IDF soldiers, then fled.
An Israeli Arab woman terror suspect was found not to be a terrorist and has been released by police.
The teen terrorist who stabbed a Jewish teacher in Marseille told police he did it for Da'esh (ISIS).
The Arab land broker Nawi was conspiring to hand over to the PA is an Israeli citizen.
It is not clear if the blown up money was in US dollars, euros, or local dinars.
Hillary Clinton 'very interested' in staff ideas to secretly rouse 'Palestinian' protests and raise $billions for 'Pledge to Palestine.'
Israel's proposed Transparency law does not impose criminal penalties, onerous reporting requirements or vague standards, all part of the US law.
MKs Ayman Odeh, Ahmad Tibi and Basel Ghattas (Joint Arab List) welcomed the initiative and contributed a few useful political terms to the course.
Following police search the suspect was apprehended and handed over to the Shabak.
The Knesset debate on the appointment was as raucous as they come, but, surprisingly, the United Arab List abstained. They like Deri.
It didn't feel crowded because simultaneously more than 3 million Israeli citizens traveled abroad during the year.
Police issued a statement that the activist had been picked up on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a crime.
At last, a good-for-you treat that tastes good and won't send you into anaphylactic shock.
Turkey has barred the entry of more than 35,000 immigrants from more than 120 countries, for fear of their connections to ISIS.
The next Interior Minister in Netanyahu's cabinet is certified to serve, both according to the Talmud and according to the Supreme Court in Jerusalem.
"I ... asked the sub committee to recommend women candidates for the posts of Qadis."