Three firebombs were thrown last night at the Jewish community of Maaleh Zeitim in Jerusalem.
The United States Consulate General Jerusalem sent out an email today alerting US citizens of possible danger zones in Israel, due to expected Arab rioting.
Reading the headlines various Middle East editors have slapped on a recent AFP/Reuters story, one would believe a top-ranking IDF officer switched sides, God forbid.
Tuesday's ruling put a Jerusalem-based Fatah (PLO/PA) leader behind bars for incitement to terrorism and support of terrorist organizations through social media.
NYC's UJA-Federation leadership was criticzed for allowing groups that support economic sanctions against Israel to again march in the Celebrate Israel Parade.
NY Times reports IDF evidence Lebanese villages are Hezbollah military bases with human shields.
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel says a nuclear deal with Iran doesn't look likely.
The police claim, if Rabbi Yehuda Glick goes up to the Temple Mount, it could lead to riots and a public safety risk.
Saudi and other Gulf leaders plan to confront US Pres. Obama on Iran at this week's summit.
European rabbis honored French PM Valls on Tuesday for his role in fighting anti-Semitism.
Suheil Laher, former Muslim chaplain at MIT, raised money and recruited for Jihad and still influences Muslims at the university.
Was the original CBC report, that Ottawa might target boycotters with hate crime charges, fueled by hate?
Another major earthquake struck northwest Nepal Tuesday morning, two weeks after at least 8,.000 people died in two quakes. The new earthquake registered 7.4 on...
His "listening tour" will include a meeting with Prime Minister Netanyahu.
Ben Gurion University has received a grant from the Israeli government to develop robotics for the elderly. The new project, dubbed "Follow Me: Proxemics and...
The Tel Aviv District Court sentenced Rabbi Yoshiyahu Yosef Pinto to one year in jail for bribery Tuesday morning. The "celebrities' rabbi" also was fined...
Iran's clients and proxies use schools and hospitals to launch their attacks. The UN criticizes the other side for fighting back.
Herzog's idea sounds stupid, but if it is taken seriously, it might be a great brainstorm.
Israel's High Court approves a Jerusalem Day march through the Old City's Muslim Quarter.
A Swedish trawler has become the lead vessel for a new flotilla attempt to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza.