A terrorist fails and is shot and killed after trying to stab a soldier at the Beit Anoun Junction near Hebron.
Arab terrorists drove up to the Abu Dis checkpoint and opened fire at IDF soldiers, then fled.
The Arab land broker Nawi was conspiring to hand over to the PA is an Israeli citizen.
Hillary Clinton 'very interested' in staff ideas to secretly rouse 'Palestinian' protests and raise $billions for 'Pledge to Palestine.'
Police issued a statement that the activist had been picked up on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a crime.
Arab journalist Salim Sweidan was arrested by the PA for "slander" after reporting on PA-Israel security ties.
An Arab terrorist who tried to stab an IDF soldier lost his life, and then his house -which was demolished this week.
President Rousseff has not outright rejected the Dayan appointment, hoping that Israel would quietly withdraw it.
A suspected terrorist is captured in the southern Israeli city of Sderot, but a high alert remains.
The Fatah movement has officially proclaimed the terrorist, Nashat Melhem, a martyr.
Israel has the right to define the areas where it imposes its law, and it will be its choice, when the time comes, to include only those Arab communities that are not connected geographically to the Palestinian Authority.
"...if the PA law provides the possibility (of killing brokers who sold land to Jews) then that's that."
One of the activists taped Nawi's bragging about how he turns in to the Palestinian Authority security forces Arabs who plan to sell land to Jews, with full awareness of their fate after they are caught.
They planned to murder their victim and bury the body, then negotiate for released prisoners in exchange for it.
A wannabe Arab terrorist threw away his knife after being asked to stop for a routine search at a checkpoint.
Tel Aviv shooter Nashem Melhem may have escaped to the Palestinian Authority.
IDF troops arrested 14 terror suspects overnight in Judea and Samaria.
Israeli security forces discovered a shell and other ammunition at a home in Hebron.
Abbas appears more depressed than angry, more desperate than hopeful.
The past two years there have been a significant rise in the number of violations against Palestinian press freedoms.