The "only sane plan" is to annex Area C in Judea and Samaria, says Economy Minister Naftali Bennett. Coalition crisis ahead?
Omar Barghouti, one of the leaders of the BDS movement, said "If the four men are brought before a court, then we should prosecute the Palestinian Authority for serving the Israeli occupation's project."
For the first time since 2008, Iran's president has arrived in Turkey on a state visit.
The Lebanese Hezbollah guerrilla fighters are the most heavily armed in the region, other than Israel, the IDF warns.
Arab media are salivating over Jewish squabbles about internal Israeli divisions on policy reported by wire services.
Serry promised more U.N. money for Gaza and called for lifting the legal blockade of Gaza's borders.
Yesh Atid head gives no indication that he learned anything from 2005 Gaza pullout, says Israel should "give" Palestinians state
Gunmen attacked the airport in Karachi, Pakistan.
Prime Minister visits IDF, Border Police troops, thanks for help scuttling terror attempts in Samaria
Ultimately, BDS will fail because the boycotters themselves do not really believe in their cause. If they did, they'd throw out their cell phones.
Despite the mud, dirt, scandals and allegations, the Knesset will hold elections for President on schedule.
“Death to Jews” and a swastika were painted on the notice board of the Central Synagogue in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Session to take place in garden without Christian symbols; int'l media misses irony of Peres and chief PA Holocaust denier gathering to pray
A new petition has been launched demanding the release of incarcerated Israeli Jonathan Pollard.
The Palestinian Authority has summoned Thomas Wilson, Australia’s ambassador to the P.A., for a dressing down over Canberra’s decision to remove the word “occupied”...
In Gaza, Hamas beat back Fatah workers at local ATM machines. In Judea and Samaria, PA cops continue to arrest Hamas members.
The Prime Minister didn't mince words at Sunday's cabinet meeting, slamming the int'l community for embracing the Hamas government, while praising Australia for its moral clarity.
When Israel released 1,027 murderers for Gilad Shalit, the public outcry in Israel was enormous. Today, the cabinet moved to ensure it doesn't happen again.
Fawzi Ayoub, a Hezbollah terrorist who was imprisoned in Israel for an attempted terrorist attack in Jerusalem and was also on the FBI's most wanted terrorist list, finally met his death in Syria last month.
A judge denied a request by Ehud Olmert, to fly overseas for a business meeting.
The US has been going after international banks who may have violated new money laundering laws.
The US is trying to reach an agreement with Iran on its nuclear weapons program so it can drop the sanctions against them.
Hypocritical statements emanate from Jordan.
While Netanyahu weighs Israel's options, Yesh Atid ministers are threatening to quit the coalition.
PUG Calls for Reevaluation of the Arab Relationship with Australia