Security forces at the checkpoint noticed the man's very suspicious movement towards them. When they ordered him to stop, the terrorist pulled out a knife...
Thousands of Israeli Arabs are encouraging the murder of Jews via their profiles in a new Facebook campaign.
Israel-based Teva will be the first pharmaceutical company approved to make a generic version of migraine medication Axert.
Panim sees itself as standing at the forefront of Jewish Renewal across Israel. It incorporates various organizations dealing with Jewish culture and identity from a variety of worldviews: Secular, Orthodox, Reform and Conservative, Urban, Rural, Ashkenazi and Sephardi.
Jerusalem and Jerusalem's David's Citadel and King David Hotel made the top 10.
Russia says a nuclear deal with Iran is "within reach."
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon says Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorists are responsible for two missing Israeli civilians.
Mendi Safadi, adviser to Israeli Minister Ayoub Kara, said during a peace-making visit to Istanbul last week, "real peace begins with the people."
Israel doesn't plan to cooperate, just try and persuade the court that it does not have jurisdiction to hear the Palestinians because Palestine is not a state.
Pres. Rivlin says all relevant authorities are working to retrieve Israeli civilian Avraham Mengisto from Gaza.
The mother of an Israeli captive in Gaza says she is holding Hamas responsible for his well-being.
Israel has a double standard for law enforcement when it’s Jews who are yelling “Allahu Akbar” in Jerusalem.
Just another recidivist Arab terrorist.
This interactive trip, marking the tenth anniversary of the expulsion from Gush Katif, will take ten busloads of visitors to several of the new Gush Katif communities, to show solidarity with them.
“The idea of adapting the unit actually came from our soldiers who recognized the need for it in the field,” explained Captain Dr. Lev.
Both crossed the Gaza border of their own free will, and Hamas may now be holding them captive.
BDS campaign participants have terrorized the first Israel Feis Irish Dance Festival into cancelling its August event in Tel Aviv.
A new terror group, funded by Iran, is rising in Gaza to politely challenge Hamas.
The 'Shylock' is Jewish Billionaire Paul Singer, whom Kirchner has actually accused of behaving like a vulture — for insisting Argentina pay him back the $1.5 billion they owe him.
In its growing desperation, the IDF claims that Hamas, a beneficiary of Iran, has begun cooperating with an Islamic State (IS) affiliate in Sinai.