Some of the sanctions against Iranian firms will be lifted immediately, some in eight years.
An Islamic Waqf Authority guard was arrested by Israel Police at the Temple Mount on Monday.
An independent Israeli Jewish social action group met Sunday with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
Terrorists attacked a police station and the US Consulate early Monday in Istanbul. Three are confirmed dead.
The court decided the synagogue did not sufficiently prove they purchased the land the synagogue was built on.
A Palestinian Authority terrorist was shot and killed Sunday night after stabbing an Israeli civilian at a gas station.
Palestinian Arabs happily snap 'selfies' at site of vehicle terror attack on Israelis in Samaria.
Cellular 4G network communications has finally arrived in Israel.
The Da’esh (ISIS) terrorist organization allegedly is plotting to target Britain’s Queen Elizabeth next weekend.
The Knesset Economics Committee threatens the Finance Ministry with dark TV screens in a "reminder" letter over the Israel Broadcasting Corp. budget.
Iran has canceled a planned visit by a delegation from Hamas in Tehran, following the visit by Hamas leader Khaled Meshal in Saudi Arabia last month.
Rebetzin Esther Segal, z'l, widow of Rabbi Zev Segal, passed away this weekend.
A Swedish national is indicted on charges of spying in Israel for the Hezbollah terrorist organization.
Schumer’s people are saying now that Obama’s people violated a private agreement and leaked the news out when they figured it would get as little attention as possible.
Anti-violence protesters rallied in Tel Aviv Saturday night against terror across the country and the PA.
Jews and Arabs shouted at each other in a counter demonstration Sunday near the Temple Mount.
Nine Jews were arrested overnight as Israeli security forces continue hunting for the Duma terrorists.
MoveOn says it will withhold campaign support from Sen. Chuck Schumer over IranDeal.
Residents of Hai Taieb Street objected to the plans that would change the character of their street and overwhelm the infrastructure.
Cong. Brad Sherman will vote no on the Iran deal and wants to make sure it won't bind future Presidents or Congresses.