Israel Police will limit access to the Old City of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount over the next two days.
Jews and Arabs clashed Saturday night as terror spikes in Jerusalem and elsewhere around Israel.
A bystander near the site of a terror attack in the Old City of Jerusalem on Saturday night filmed the horrifying event on video.
A day before he set out to murder Jews, a Jerusalem Arab teen terrorist declared a 'third intifada' on his Facebook page.
HIAS President and CEO Mark Hetfield has complained that when he made an appeal at a synagogues to promote Muslim immigration to America, the members asked him why they should support bringing in people who would eventually burn down their synagogues.
The original plan was as far more bloodthirsty and homicidal than originally known.
Saudi Arabia denies other claims that more than 1,000 were killed. Iran says the stampede killed 200 Iranians.
Seven Israeli Arabs are indicted Thursday on charges of attempting to form an ISIS cell to attack targets in Israel.
A "dhow" vessel was caught in the Arabian Sea attempting to smuggle Iranian arms in to Yemeni Houthi rebels.
A German police union official explained, “Sunnis fight Shiites, there are Salafists of varying kinds… Women are being forced to wear veils. Men are forced to pray. Islamists want to impose their values.”
The Brigades say they have already produced and replenished their supply of rockets, to meet “any future escalation.”
Two Arab women were arrested by police Monday in connection with violence at the Temple Mount.
Palestinian Arabs clashed with IDF soldiers near Ramallah in Samaria on Tuesday afternoon.
A Jewish teen is arrested for pepper-spraying a group of Muslim Arabs who were harassing his family near the Shalshelet Gate in Jerusalem.
Seven suspects have been arrested in connection with Arab violence at the Temple Mount on the first day of Sukkot.
The police traced the death threat to an Arab in Yafo.
A rocket was fired at northern Israel from Syria early Saturday evening. No injuries reported.
The Security Cabinet has unanimously approved new stiffer measures against terrorists who throw stones and firebombs at Israelis.
The death toll now is 717 and rising. Hundreds more were wounded during the stone-throwing ceremony at the hajj pilgrimage.
King Abdullah II of Jordan is refusing to speak with Israel's PM Netanyahu over tensions at the Temple Mount.