Both Likud and Bayit Yehudi have set primaries for January. No agreement reached between Netanyahu, Lapid.
As part of a joint Yad Vashem project, Israeli border police stationed in Jerusalem ‘adopt’ Holocaust survivors living in neighborhoods across the capital.
MKs are busy talking about potential dates for general elections.
The Bayit Yehudi party will be running primaries to elect the head of the party on January 5, 2015.
The IDF has confirmed to JewishPress.com that Hamas test fired a rocket into the sea on Monday afternoon.
The Knesset's Economic Committee passed its first reading on a proposal which would require government organizations to pay suppliers based on terms of Net+30.
Israeli security forces entered the town of Beit Fajr in Gush Etzion to arrest the father of the Monday's Tzomet HaGush terrorist. Arab media identified...
Police suspect it was possibly a terror attack.
“Matti Friedman’s revelations regarding the efforts to censor NGO Monitor and me as its president are not entirely surprising,” said Professor Gerald Steinberg.
It has been a one-way trip for the shekel since July, when the rate was 13 percent lower.
A female terrorist was shot and seriously wounded Monday morning after stabbing a soldier at the bus stop at the Gush Etzion Junction, just south of Jerusalem on Monday morning.
Former Prisoner of Zion Yosef Mendelevitch made an emotional return to the city where he was imprisoned in the 1970s to join hundreds of...
He was a Bible Quiz winner in 2010. Now he is a Givati Brigade Soldier.
The time has come for the Tigers to start looking for a rabbi and chazan.
There are two news items here – the firebombing and the intentionally deaf and blind establishment media.
AP banned its reporters from quoting pro-Israel Professor Gerald Steinberg and his NGO-Monitor regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
The Levy Commission Report, which examined the legality of Israeli construction in Judea and Samaria, is now available online in English.
A letter in lieu of testimony was read in Jerusalem court Sunday from Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick.
Three years after Egypt's January 25 Revolution removed him from power, former President Hosni Mubarak has been acquitted of murder.
A Jewish man was attacked on Route 65 last week and lost an eye in an Arab road terror attack.
A synagogue led by a Tzohar rabbi was vandalized with grafitti against the Jewish nation-state law.
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claims to have captured a female Israeli-Canadian dual citizen who went to fight with the Kurds.
Netanyahu, who once scored a stalemate with chess master Natan Sharansky, has everyone in check.
He explains he was just following that other people were doing. Sound familiar?
Israel gets a mensch for Chief of Staff along with a Yiddishe Mama.