Palestinian Authority Arab attacks on Israeli motorists continue to escalate with every international expression of support for PA leader Mahmoud Abbas and his efforts to evade direct talks with Israel.
An Israeli bus traveling near the Jewish community of Tekoa was attacked by Arab terrorists hurling rocks. The windshield was smashed but the driver kept going.
The joint declaration of nations gathered in Paris to reaffirm their support for UN Security Council resolution 2334(2016) which condemned Israel's presence in her own capital, and the presence of half a million Jews in their homes.
The UK did not sign the Paris joint declaration, which reaffirms UN Security Council resolution 2334.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May looked to the future of her country and deferred to US President-elect Donald Trump on Paris.
The Defense Ministry's Crossing Authority prevented Hamas from gaining access to countless dual use items in 2016.
The rally attracted protesters from across Europe: France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, who raised Israeli flags and signs supporting Israel.
In the tradition of the 1938 Munich agreement between the Germans and the British, the envisioned solution is being put together by anyone but those directly affected by it.
The IDF holds the Hamas government responsible for all attacks that originate in the Gaza Strip.
The Pew survey finds that the American public has a positive opinion of the United Nations, although there, too, the gap is wide between the two parties.
Israel's Foreign Ministry tweets: #Paris is truly beautiful this time of year but only way to reach lasting #Peace is direct bilateral negotiations.
Jason Greenblatt, an adviser to US President-elect Donald Trump, says NY businessperson Daniel Arbess "has nothing to do with" their team.
If the court now approves of the Civil Administration expropriating lands in Area C to serve an Arab settlement, it might find it difficult in the future to halt similar impounding that would favor Jewish settlements.
The imam of the Jamal Abdel Nasser Mosque in Ramallah warned that moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would 'engulf the region in the flames.'
Israel wants to get back the bodies of 2 IDF soldiers and 3 live Israeli civilians.
Gazans only have electricity for only three to four hours a day.
The defense attorney was astonished to find out that his confidential discussion with the prosecutors was leaked to the media while he was still in the lobby on his way out.
If UNSCR 2334 upset you, another one may be just a week away, and it is far worse.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas inaugurates his new embassy in a ceremony at the Vatican.
The Woodmont Country Club is extremely expensive and has the best golf courses in the Washington DC area.
An American court awarded damages of $178 million, to be paid by Syria and Iran, to parents who lost a baby to a Hamas terrorist.
Two leading Republican senators and former presidential contenders are "hitting back" at the Obama White House over Israel.
'No work, no crossings [to Israel and Egypt], no food … Hamas, enough! We want electricity! We want electricity!'
Professor Piterberg has been known to elucidate on the "Israeli onslaught on Gaza Palestinians," calling IDF soldiers "war criminals."
Michigan passes a law barring the state from contracts with those who boycott a strategic partner of the United States.