The Qalamun Mountains, near the Lebanese border, are a major transit area for the Hezbollah fighters and their logistical equipment moving to and from Syria.
“Let them experiencing the feeling, let him go through a disturbance, then we’ll see them launching an investigation.”
Israeli drivers were being ambushed by Arab sniper fire Tuesday near the Samaria Jewish community of Beit El. No injuries were reported.
The gravity of the situation between Turkey and Russia is growing by the hour; NATO is to meet about the incident, but both Russian pilots are dead.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is furious after Turkey shot down a Russian fighter jet; he accused Ankara of a "stab in the back."
The Maccabeats a capella singing group has come up with another sizzler of a tune, this one even offering a perfect recipe for Chanukah.
Their price is higher than their weight in gold, selling for thousands of dollars for a few grams.
The number of French Jews who visited Israel on the Birthright program more than doubled this year to 2,500.
Netanyahu, for the first time, wants something concrete from Obama before offering more "good will" to the Palestinian Authority.
In October, NATO announced it was removing its Patriot air defense system from Turkey, despite protests from the Turkish government.
Justice Minister Shaked wants to enhance control of the legislative and executive branches over judiciary decisions—a democratizing direction.
A knife was found on him.
The wounded were IDF soldiers and Border Police.
The lights are going out: Melbourne's Chanukah celebration canceled due to international terrorism.
The seeds found in the prehistoric sites indicate that the human diet consisted mainly of fava beans, lentils, various types of beans and chickpeas, the main ingredient in hummus.
Safety from violence for everyone is sought in Gush Etzion rally; no more being inured to the terror.
The world’s leading multinational corporations—more than 200—have set up shop in Israel and are looking to invest and do business with startups.
The scientists found that different people responded very differently to both simple and to complex meals.
Shimoni insisted that the Education Ministry’s plan is to move at a moderate pace, “not by force but with smarts, with a great deal of caring and sensitivity, but also with determination, never give up the goal.”
He stated: “I have no doubt whatsoever that ... they are going to be defeated.”