Three more Israeli Arabs are going to prison for trying to create an ISIS-linked cell in Israel and plotting terror attacks.
Minister Yuval Steinitz says Palestinian Authority leader Abbas is Israel's Number One enemy; look at his words at home.
Israel's Ambassador to Turkey arrived in Ankara, a few days before his counterpart is set to arrive in Tel Aviv.
Jerusalem Arab attackers hurled rocks at Border Guard Police officers, injuring two.
The Prime Minister said that bilateral cooperation between the two countries should be expanded, among other things in the fields of agriculture and technology.
'For the first time, we can state with certainty the name of the Roman prefect of Judea during the critical period leading up to the Bar Kochva revolt.'
The rains in Israel have finally begun, for real.
The 98 companies recognized for their Corporate Social Responsibility employ 310,000, with annual sales of $94 billion, representing one-third of Israel’s GDP.
Beyond its academic value, the conference sends a message challenging the validity and purpose of the BDS movement,
Happy Rosh Khodesh!
Many locals boycotted the cinema because unmarried men and women drank alcohol and even slept together in the guest house that was attached to Cinema Jenin.
Loved the part about the resolutions 'undermining the organization’s integrity and impartiality.' Who says Israeli diplomats have no sense of humor?
Good news for residents, schools, businesses and bases in Samaria: a new rail line is planned.
A Somali-born terrorist inspired by ISIS injured 11 people in Ohio but officials still don't know why he attacked his own school.
Protesters blocked the road and entrance to Ofra for at least an hour before Israeli Police dispersed the mob.
Israeli Ethiopian immigrants of all ages joyously celebrate their presence in ancient, holy Jerusalem on Sigd Day.
A proposed UK counter-terrorism law was highly praised by the European Jewish Congress. European leaders are being urged to follow suit.
A terrorist who tried to kill an Israeli in Jerusalem will spend 16 years in prison.
Flames from a brush fire spread to a nearby yeshiva in Jerusalem, and caused damage to the building.
Israeli Arab citizens have been caught providing support to the Islamic State terror group, and traveling to join in Syria.