Most striking for an organization founded on the ashes of the Holocaust, the UN enables its accredited NGOs to play a central role in promoting modern anti-Semitism.
Regavim said in a statement that the action sent "a clear message that if you are about to break the law, you will be stopped."
The worshipers were pelted with stones and firebombs and Israeli forces responded using means for dispersing demonstrations.
The contradiction between the two expert opinions could result in changing the indictment, but not necessarily in an acquittal.
Tahina produced by RJM Food Industries on June 23 of this year has been recalled by Israel's Health Ministry.
The court case involving the families of terror victims against the Palestinian Authority takes a new turn, and further appeal may be required.
The unique stretch of the tunnel road allows a few dozen protesters to block traffic traveling between Jerusalem and Gush Etzion on Erev Shabbat.
Turkey's Pres. Erdogan has signed off on the normalization agreement between his country and Israel. Next steps: payment of compensation and exchange of ambassadors.
Four years after a rioting mob tore apart the Israeli Embassy in Cairo, a new envoy formally presents his credentials to Egypt's Pres. El-Sisi and begins work.
According to the IDF Spokesperson, al-Sanabel supported attacks on Israeli citizens and congratulated terrorists for carrying out acts of murder.
Despite the start of the holy Islamic Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca, Arab terrorists continue their relentless attacks on Israeli drivers.
ISIS No. 2 and international spokesperson Mohammed al-Adnani is reported dead in Aleppo. He is the third top terrorist to die in recent months.
Four suspects in a car broke through a gate and raced towards Terminal 3 -- but the security guards were faster.
Israel's prime minister and education minister agree on the need to instill comprehensive Zionist values in the nation's school curriculum.
He failed to mention the arrests and indictments by Israel of an international charity administrator and a UNDP employee, who confessed to directing millions of dollars to Hamas — which is why all those ruined buildings are yet to be rebuilt.
The minors, whose parents were not invited to the court deliberation, were detained at 3 AM and brought to court after 2 PM the next day, all in violation of Israel's Youth Law.
The six detainees refused to sign a restraining order and were released on the condition that they appear in Magistrate Court Tuesday.
The demolition operation was conducted in line with the Israeli government’s recently reinvigorated terrorism deterrence policy.
DM Liberman says Israel will not negotiate with Hamas in Gaza, and there will be no compromises over two IDF soldiers' bodies held hostage by the terror group.
There is no blockade at the Israel-Gaza border: it operates like any other international border, with normal hours and inspections.
The loud and clear statement from the Defense Minister that he will back his soldiers rather than sic lawyers at them will likely go a long way to improve IDF morale.
Arab media on Sunday cited Arab medical officials who claimed that Iyad Zakariya Hamed, 38, a mental patient, was shot in the back.
The road between the Adurim junction and Otniel was closed while sappers checked the suspicious object.
Passengers on an Israeli bus were not physically harmed as the driver navigated his way through a rock attack by Arab terrorists.
Once again the Palestinian Authority turns down a chance to negotiate directly for its own state, this time in Moscow.