Israel Police put the brakes on Arab terrorists who attempted to hijack a truck near the Samaria town of Kedumim Wednesday night.
Dozens of Gazan families, have been stuck in the Cairo International Airport for 20 days so far, waiting for the crossing to open...
The gas will fuel a $300 million electric power plant PPGC says it is developing in Jenin, which will be the first PA power plant in the West Bank.
A PA terrorist fired 11 bullets at a civilian vehicle in Samaria Wednesday morning.
Little 4-year-old Adele Biton has died, two years after a road terror attack left her in critical condition; she had 6 months free of hospitals before passing away.
Mortar fire awakened southern Israelis living near the border with Gaza as two shells were shot from the city of Rafah.
The rockets fell short...
American law recognizes assaulting and disrupting a civil airport as a war crime - such as what Hamas did to Ben Gurion Airport in 2014.
Fatah, Hamas threaten PM over Hevron visit
Approximately 30 Palestinian Authority Arab journalists are brushing up on their Hebrew at a six-week course at a college in Ramallah to improve their...
Arab insist the "state land" is privately owned.
Philly Councilwoman denounces terrorist glorifications by Ramallah governor Philly mistakenly honored
This is all the proof anyone needs to know why there is a maritime embargo clamped on Hamas.
PA says Palestinian Arabs can no longer have most Israeli food products.
The IDF blew up another terror tunnel penetrating into Israel from Gaza today. On the Israel side.
A UK journalist exposes the European Union sabotaging Israel in Area C, creating "facts on the ground" for West Bank Arabs.
Palestinian Media Watch director Itamar Marcus is awarded the Israel Prize for Media Criticism.
Turkey's President Erdogan has found another opportunity to take a swing at the Jews, this time at the Jewish faith and its blessings.
A judge in Germany convicted three German Palestinians for attacking a synagogue, but said they were bringing "attention to the Gaza confict," not anti-Semitic.
UN "refugee camps" sow the seeds of rebellion.
ISIS in Gaza has joined Hamas and Fatah in silencing Palestinian journalists in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Reporters are receiving death threats.
For the first time, the head of UNESCO has rejected an entry to the Memory of the World registry that passed its advisory board.
What lawyer do you know charges only $1300 for a 7 page legal brief in an esoteric field of expertise of international law?
Mary McGowan Davis is expected to blindly continue where the biased William Schabas left off.
The revelation that Schabas previously did legal work for the PLO raises numerous questions, which should be publicly and transparently addressed by the UNHRC.