Israeli Arab citizens have been caught providing support to the Islamic State terror group, and traveling to join in Syria.
The Muslim narrative of anarchy that played out in Iraq, Tunisia, Yemen, Egypt and Libya is going to destroy the Palestinian Authority, not Israel.
“It was the first time we attacked live Iranian targets, both facilities and people,” the IDF officer told The New York Times journalist Thomas Friedman.
A massive fire at a temple in India has killed 105 and injured at least 350; Embassy says no Israelis hurt "so far."
The flight was planned months ago, without any connection to recent events in France.
The next five justices will be conservative, and at least one of them will be religious.
Netanyahu convened his Cabinet based on information that the Palestinians are on the warpath against Israel in the international arena following Kerry’s failed efforts to squeeze some gestures out of Israel to calm the situation.
Italian Eni energy firm has discovered natural gas in Egypt's Nile Delta. Will Israeli gas still be needed?
'These are the sticks and carrots. The housing units are already being marketed, there is no room for debate.'
The two men will join Netanyahu's wife Sara in watching the World Cup semi-final after their talks.
A teenage boy who was barred from his home in Yitzhar and also from Samaria is allowed to return for lack of placement elsewhere.
Uzbekistani President Islam Karimov had led his nation since it declared independence 25 years ago; now there is a power vacuum and many citizens say they feel a double loss.
"As he has repeatedly stated his intention to move the embassy, the question is not if that move happens, but only when," the White House said in its statement.
On Monday a new chapter will be written in Israel's annals of politics and crime.
Regev's new move will affect swimming, judo and other sports associations that hold their Israeli championships on Shabbat.
The cornerstone of irresponsible social and infrastructure spending S&P is still worried about comes from Minister Kahlon's bizarre plan to crush the real estate private investment market.
The international community is using Palestinian Arabs and Bedouin as the proxies in the latest struggle to steal land from Israel.
Israel says it is unlikely to negotiate a prisoner swap with the terrorists who kidnapped the three yeshiva boys from Gush Etzion last week.
You would think Minister of Science and Technology Yaakov Perry would understand that releasing terrorists insults bereaved families.
Greece joins Hungary in deciding to ignore the EU order to label goods made in post-1967 areas where Israelis live.
A ruling against the law will throw the elections into another 30-ring circus.
Israel’s UN Ambassador Danny Danon appears to be making a difference in effectively representing Israel's case in the most hostile international arena outside Khartum, Sudan.
Erekat suffers from pulmonary fibrosis, diagnosed over a year ago.
Police report that 16-year-old Hagit Prezberg of Petach Tikva has been found safe.
Three grave robbers were caught as they were raiding a burial cave excavation in northern Israel, stealing precious artifacts.