A Chabad rabbi answers anti-Semitism on campus by bringing more light to the school with a public Chanukah menorah.
Israeli President Rivlin suggests a few baby steps everyone should support in order to reach the peace path.
The event shocked the Copenhagen Jewish community, and shook all of Denmark.
The ability of Arab terrorists to gain free access to Route 443 offers them the freedom to plot complex operations.
Dozens of the comrades of the Shabak detainees demonstrated in front of the Magistrate's Court with signs reading "Stop the Abuse of Jews," and "Fight Against Terrorism Not Against Jews."
Customs officials in Haifa discovered the dolls, each one masked and with a rock in hand.
The terror cell from the northern city of Nazareth supported ISIS, bought weapons and trained to kill Jews.
The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee said, "Make no mistake; we are a nation at war.”
Israeli forces shot and killed a rioting Arab who was part of a mob that attacked security personnel.
Hundreds of the Bnei Menashe community from across northeastern India gathered Sunday in the town of Churachandpur in the Indian state of Manipur to light the first Hanukkah candle.
Efrat Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, formerly of New York, said the rabbis "acknowledge the positive theological status of the Christian faith."
Israel security personnel arrested 21 Arab fugitive suspects overnight, including 4 Hamas operatives.
A would-be injured Arab terrorist tried to hide from Israel in a hotel in Ramallah, unsuccessfully.
Rivlin also will speak to senior officials and to the Brookings Institution.
An unspecified threat sent an Air France flight to Paris from San Francisco to Montreal instead.
US GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump recommends a ban on Muslim immigration "until we figure things out."
ISIS is reportedly training a terrorist air force in Sirte, Libya, with flight simulators and fighter jets.
An IDF officer shares the miracle of a terror tunnel built to reach Sderot but which ended at Nir Am.
Jimmy Carter is not cured of cancer and the drug that did not cure him was tested, but not developed, in Israel.
Vandals tried to destroy Chanukiyah in NYC's Carl Schurz Park, but it is repaired and ready for lighting tonight.