The protest will be at 9 PM at the Givat Bet entrance to Beitar.
Trump clearly said, 'As far as settlements, I’d like to see you hold back on settlements for a little bit.'
This full transcript includes the full text of the US President's remarks and also the entire Q&A session.
It was a busy night for Israeli soldiers and security personnel in Judea and Samaria, who were out on raids until dawn.
Arab attacks have become so frequent on the Husan bypass road that the artery is referred to as "Terror Road."
The CIA director was in the Middle East last week shuttling between Riyadh and Ankara prior to his meeting in Ramallah.
The prime minister spoke of an "historic opportunity" to advance peace together with Arab nations in the region.
The NATO secretary-general urged his fellow member state defense ministers to "keep up the momentum."
This is not the first time these two have met; but it's likely one of their most important meetings.
The windshield of the bus was smashed by a large rock hurled by one of the terrorists.
IUHDSS comprises surveillance, observation, surface, and underwater sensing arrays that can detect, locate, and track threats ranging from small boats and submersibles, swimmers or divers.
Presiding as master of ceremonies will be Fox Business Network anchor Liz Claman.
North Korea's nuclear arsenal is an ongoing concern for the Jewish State, although there was no comment on the issue from the foreign ministry.
It's not clear how long Israel's envoy to Egypt will be working from Jerusalem, but his safety is clearly at stake.
"The people of Israel will never leave the Land of Israel," UN ambassador Danny Danon announced at Columbia University.
Last month Hamas was loathe to acknowledge its diggers working on tunnels under the border with Egypt.
The drill is part of the Israel Defense Forces' annual training exercises for the nation.
Turkey's president accuses Israel of "absolute provocation" against the Palestinian Authority with building in Judea and Samaria.
President Rivlin emphasized there are "no separate laws for Israelis and for non-Israelis."
At least two of the suspects were accused of membership in the Hamas terrorist organization.