The World Jewish Congress (WJC) and the Israeli Consulate in New York on Monday turned out to meet delegates from the Israeli Druze Alliance who are visiting the US to promote Israel.
Hundreds of leaders from Jewish communities and organizations around the world will gather in Jerusalem next Sunday through Tuesday...
Arab terrorists targeted Israeli drivers in stone-throwing attacks in Upper Galilee on Monday night.
The homes of two terrorists were demolished and a third was sealed with concrete in Jerusalem early Tuesday under orders from DM Moshe Ya'alon.
The first official Turkish delegation to Israel in five years arrives to discuss a development project in Jenin.
Firefighters in Galilee were able to stop a brush fire on Sunday from spreading into a wildfire.
The IDF tightens rules for soldiers in Judea and Samaria; defense will be more difficult.
Israel's Air Force allegedly eliminates child-killer Samir Kuntar in Syrian Golan Heights.
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Mendi Safadi, adviser to Israeli Minister Ayoub Kara, said during a peace-making visit to Istanbul last week, "real peace begins with the people."
Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick talks peace in Istanbul with a state official and on A9TV with Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar.
In Monday night's attack, Druze citizens attacked an IDF ambulance and murdered the wounded patient being transported from Syria to an Israeli hospital for treatment.
PM Netanyahu vows to bring "to justice" Israeli Druze who lynched an IDF ambulance carrying Syrian wounded.
Syrian state media was filled with praise for Israeli Druze who lynched an IDF ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
Israel's Druze leadership speaks out to condemn lynch attack on IDF ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
DM Moshe Ya'alon condemns Israeli Druze lynch of ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
The IDF ambulance was transporting 2 wounded Syrian to an Israeli hospital.
Israeli Druze attack an IDF ambulance carrying a Syrian patient.
Media went bananas yesterday over an IDF closure, which lasted two hours, of a tiny part of the Golan. Now it's a siren.
Israeli-Druze have been warning of a potential massacre against their relatives in Syria.
The figure amounts to triple the sum allocated in the last five-year plan, which expired in this year.
Thousands are expected to attend, and the protest in a show of support for the endangered Druze community across the border in Syria.
Perhaps surprisingly, the Netanyahu government voted Wednesday to form a new ministerial committee on Arab affairs.
The decision to disband the homogeneous battalion comes as a response to an ever growing demand by young Druze soldiers to integrate into various IDF units and positions.
Will the UN rush to investigate an attack leaving two UN peacekeepers wounded in the Golan Heights, as it did when a UNIFIL soldier was shot in January?