Austria's government committee has suggested a "profound architectural redesign" to Hitler's birth house, rather than demolition.
A gathering of nearly 50 world military leaders is held at U.S. Andrews Air Force Base on the first day of Sukkot. Israel wasn't there.
A German court rules El Al Airlines must compensate an Israeli passenger for a 3-hour delay, as it does other passengers.
Mexico's envoy to UNESCO is an envoy no longer because he refused to vote against history and Jerusalem.
UNESCO has adopted the controversial resolution advanced by the Palestinian Authority obliterating the historic link between Judaism and Jerusalem's holy sites.
The chief of UNESCO has been threatened because she knows the truth: one cannot erase Jewish history from Jerusalem.
The European Union harshly condemns Russia, warning its fierce bombing campaigns with regime forces in Syria could amount to war crimes.
Israeli military brass contacts their Russian counterparts to tighten security coordination between the two in Syria.
The Austrian government says it will demolish Adolf Hitler's birth house to prevent it from becoming a neo-Nazi monument.
Benjamin Netanyahu: "No matter how often lies about Israel are repeated, this doesn't make them true."
The meeting was called by member states Egypt, Venezuela, Malaysia, Senegal and Angola, and was pushed by the PA delegation.
Once in the Mediterranean, the Kuznetsov will take up position off the coast of Syria for four to five months, possibly using its complement of 20 MIG 29, 12 SU-33, and Kamov helicopters to carry out airstrikes.
Among other things the resolution blames Israel for destroying Jerusalem's historic and archeological heritage by conducting archaeological digs.
Israeli subs can hit anywhere in Iran should the need arise, including with nuclear warheads.
Most of the Arab countries felt the resolution was over the top, but had no choice but to support it, lest they be seen as not favoring the Palestinian Authority which pushed it.
Russia, supporting Syria and Iran, voted for the anti-Israel UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.
Israeli Jewish leaders and lawmakers across the board are livid over the UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem.
PM Netanyahu invited members of UNESCO to take a trip to the Arch of Titus to view the treasures of the Holy Temple and refresh their historic memories.
After ruling for 70 years, the King of Thailand has passed away at the age of 88, leaving anxiety in his wake.
Speaking on the eve of Sukkot, President Rivlin said, "The festivals of Israel all highlight the inextricable bond between our people and our land, and no forum or body in the world can come and deny the connection between the Jewish people, the Land of Israel and Jerusalem."
UNESCO is scheduled to vote Thursday on a Palestinian Authority initiative condemning Israel and denying Jewish ties to the city’s holy sites.
UN secretary general’s special advisor on sport Wilfried Lemke has been lobbying on behalf of Rajoub, and sent FIFA a letter advising that all Jewish life in Judea and Samaria is illegal, which includes Jewish soccer teams.
Kerry responded by saying the Administration has not yet made its decision on this matter — which is probably what he would have said if he didn't want an Obama anti-Israel move to hit the news before the election.
The European Union reluctantly condemned the deadly terror attack in Jerusalem, after its world colleagues all checked in.
World leaders -- at least some of them -- condemned Sunday's terror attack in Jerusalem, with the United States leading off. The European Union belatedly reluctantly, belatedly joined them.