Police must have been too busy arresting Jewish children to notice the Hamas rally on the Temple Mount today.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu warns he will not allow the UN Security Council resolution on behalf of the PA to endanger Israeli citizens.
Are machine gun shots all night long and the death from a “work accident” not enough evidence for the EU court?
Two-thirds of the Palestinian Authority fears criticizing leader Mahmoud Abbas, according to the latest poll. Does he still represent the PA people?
The European Jewish Congress (EJC) has expressed outrage over the removal of Hamas from the European Union’s list of officially designated terror organizations, after...
“We are not satisfied with the European Union's explanation that the removal of Hamas from its list of terrorist organizations is a 'technical matter,”...
The decision may boomerang on Hamas once the court studies new evidence to prove Israel’s case.
The Palestinian Authority ignores American advice to wait and is to present its proposal for recognition as an independent country at the UN Security Council.
NYPD is pulling detectives off homicides and other investigations to broaden security of protests across the city.
Former AP correspondent exposes the shoddiness of modern journalism, especially about Israel.
Arab media reports that Hamas test fired three rockets towards the sea from Gaza, on Saturday.
Palestinian Authority gunmen fired shots at the home and car of PA legislator Azzam Salhab in Hebron, journalist Khaled Abu Toameh reported on Twitter. No...
Israel's Foreign Ministry slams a non-binding vote by Irish lawmakers to recognize the "State of Palestine."
The High Court rejected Israeli Arab MK Zoabi's appeal to revoke a 6-month ban barring her from Knesset activity.
If Hamas is against Netanyahu, everyone should think twice before voting against him.
Israeli security forces were again kept busy Thursday with Arab terrorists in Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria.
As always, Hamas decides that freedom and democracy are for losers.
AP protests to the contrary, another reporter said he was told AP reporters can't interview NGO-Monitor's Prof. Steinberg.
Some two dozen members of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan were arrested for smuggling arms and money into Judea and Samaria.
Hackers using 'malicious software" are behind a serial cyber attack targeting US firms -- maybe including Sony.