Anti-Semites torch a Holy Ark and scrawl swastikas at a popular Jerusalem synagogue; thieves steal a Torah scroll in Ramat HaSharon.
An 8-year-old Jerusalem Arab boy is learning to be a terrorist; he was caught hurling rocks at police on the Mt. of Olives.
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The ECFR report allegedly dropped stock prices, but maybe someone should have first asked if the EU was actually considering the proposal.
Two of the three arsonists who torched an integrated Jewish-Arab school in Jerusalem were fined and sentenced to prison.
The Civil Administration subcommittee on settlement holds a hearing about the end to the building freeze in Judea & Samaria.
President Obama made his final appearance on the Daily Show ahead of Jon Stewart’s departure after 16 years as host...
“It’s powerful to see today’s Christians, especially from Germany, standing with Israel as well as taking an active role in supporting Holocaust survivors..."
An Israeli researcher creates a "smart" drug sensitive to the degree of inflammation.
Another neo-Nazi march is set for a Sabbath in Britain, this time for August in Liverpool.
Kerry said: “Never — this is a term that honestly I never heard in the four years that we were negotiating. It was not on the table.”
As the EU considers a new boycott of Israel, Italy's leader calls the move "stupid and futile."
The IDF killed a PA Arab who tried to hurl a rock at soldiers during a riot near Jenin.
Italian Eni energy firm has discovered natural gas in Egypt's Nile Delta. Will Israeli gas still be needed?
The FBI and Israel Police together arrest 4 in a massive US-Israel-Russia securities fraud scheme.
Home Front Command held a Code Red siren test in Jerusalem today.
Israeli government forms new committee to “address the legal status of West Bank lands."
North Korea has built a new, taller missile launch tower at its missile base, a South Korean news agency reports.
Dep. FM Tzipi Hotovely (Likud) is warning the EU not to use funding to meddle in Israel’s internal affairs.
A new “Shmita Law,” releasing more than 20 thousand Israelis who are too poor to meet their debt obligations, will now go to a vote in the Knesset.