Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon gave a UN delegation of ambassadors a full geopolitical tour of the Jewish State.
It was a busy night...
The committee’s concern was echoed by politicians.
Israeli police on Tuesday afternoon revealed details from the attempted attack on Jerusalem’s light rail two weeks ago.
The minor pulled out of his own home, without judicial due process and without seeking expert opinion from a social worker and the Youth Probation Service.
More than 50 administrative restriction orders were issued by the GOC of the Central and Home Front Commands over the past year against Jewish youths and not one involved a hearing, in violation of the law.
IDF soldiers have been told Pokemon Go is an absolute "no no" on army bases in Israel due to security risks.
Southern District Police discovered a major illicit marijuana cultivation and sales operation in the northern Negev.
The most significant advantage of the Eitan is its excellent mobility capabilities across varied terrains and at speeds of 55 mph.
10 more people were arrested in connection to the deadly terror attack near Otniel.
The highway was closed while sappers neutralized the bombs.
A live rocket from a past war is found in an open field near a kibbutz in the Gaza Belt.
Two Arab terrorists were arrested for attacks in Jerusalem after a weeks-long investigation by police.
Buchris has requested to be discharged from service immediately, to enable him to participate in the trial against him as a civilian and not as a military officer.
The Palestinian Authority is trying to convince FIFA to ban Israel from the international football league, again.
US Secy of State John Kerry tries to keep the dying embers of talks alive with the PA in Paris.
Having now had a taste of radical Islamic terror, France is belatedly taking measures for which it criticizes Israel.
The Hamas terror government in Gaza is handing out Gush Katif land to its civil service workers instead of salaries.
IDF soldiers foil another terrorist attack on the checkpoint outside the entrance to the PA Arab city of Shechem.
Former IDF Spokesman: Army Radio Hosted Anti-Disengagement Voices While Israel Radio Blocked Dissenters
Kol Israel was instructed to block access to MKs wishing to speak against the uprooting of some 8,000 Jews from Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip, in 2005.
The young men "shared" their lives on Facebook, proving they were not living Chareidi lives, as they had claimed to the IDF.
Erekat has raised the flame under his attacks on Israel for its audacious killing of Arab terrorists, looking to link it in the Europeans' minds the horror Arab terrorists are inflicting on their civilian population.
One entire battalion, according to reports, took on the role of the local civilian Arab population, in an attempt to isolate them from the fighting.
The IDF arrested a man in a raid on the village where he lives.
The suspect had 2 knives, two hatchets, and 9mm bullets.