Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman has dissolved his Yisrael Beytenu party's merger with the leading Likud party.
Israeli Bedouin in the northeastern Negev have apparently joined with Arabs around Israel in rock attacks against Israeli motorists.
Foreign Minister and Yisrael Beytenu chairman Avigdor Liberman has decided to end his merger with the Likud party.
Gaza terrorists fired a rocket-propelled grenade at IDF soldiers patrolling the security fence on the border with Gaza Monday.
Gaza terrorists fired a Grad Katyusha missile at Be’er Sheva shortly before 11:00 a.m. local time on Monday.
Israelis from across the political spectrum expressed condemnation and disgust at the slaying of Muhammad Abu Khdeir from Shuafat.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke this morning with Hussein Abu Khdeir, father of the murdered Arab teen.
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Frustrated citizens complained: the rockets continue to explode over the homes around Gaza, but the status is still categorized as 'routine'.
Palestinians proudly show their affinity for the Nazis.
Israel killed 9 terrorists and destroyed real terror targets Sunday night, as its citizens spent a whole day in bomb shelters.
Arab towns continue to burn; Livni: Killers have stolen ability to say that Jew would never do something like this
Late Sunday night in Israel, a mortar landed in the northern Galilee.
Gaza official: Don't talk to us about rockets. Fatah controls Gaza Strip.
Riots continue around Israel; police battling protesters in J'lem, Galilee
Update on latest Gazan rockets to hit Israel.
Jewish bloggers respond to murder with joint condemnation statement.
The police are not allowing much information to be released.
Police say the Arab taxi driver killed Dadon in a terror attack.
Former deputy foreign minister speaks out, says revenge killing 'not Jewish way'
More details have been released by the family.
Police have arrested Jewish suspects in the murder of Mohammed Abu Khdeir.
Politicians, musicians offer support to Sha'ar, Yifrah and Fraenkel families; Fathers write letters in Torah scroll
The secular town of Ro'i in the Jordan Valley has chosen a unique way to mark its 37th birthday: by building its first synagogue!
The Arab visitors felt it was important for them to do so for the sake of both sides.