IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eizenkot is taking a few days off for a medical procedure.
Germany's foreign minister says negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority can't be "undermined by construction of settlements."
The public is being asked to call authorities if anyone spots Conner, a capuchin monkey who escaped from the Ramat Gan Safari.
Pilots at El Al Airlines are once again threatening a job action, this time over the threat of forced leave for those ages 65 and over.
Israeli security forces arrested 13 Hamas terrorists and raided headquarters in Ramallah and Binyamin to trim back the group's infrastructure.
Anglo journalist Rachel Avraham opens the complex world of the female Arab terrorist to the English-speaking world in her new book.
The amendment has been dubbed the 'V15 Law' a leftwing movement that received $349,000 in funding from the US State Dept. to unseat PM Benjamin Netanyahu in 2015.
The camels' roundup was carried out by the Green Patrol, with police backup, after having been captured for the umpteenth time roaming aimlessly on the southern highways and the IDF firing zone.
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 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.
Israel security forces were attacked by a gang of local Bedouin in the southern city of Rahat as they pursued a suspicious vehicle.
The rally attracted protesters from across Europe: France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, who raised Israeli flags and signs supporting Israel.
The opposition bill was submitted against a backdrop of growing expectations that Israel's police will soon recommend to the state prosecution to open criminal procedures against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
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.
Foreign ministry officials are bracing for whatever will result from the so-called Paris 'peace conference' -- knowing the outcome least likely to result is peace.
Israel's Mossad espionage agency is looking to hire an English-speaking accountant. Interested? Read on ...
Israel's Foreign Ministry tweets: #Paris is truly beautiful this time of year but only way to reach lasting #Peace is direct bilateral negotiations.