Beatie Deutsch finished the Marathon in just three hours and nine minutes, beating her own estimated time for the race.
Police closed the Temple Mount to non-Muslims in response to Arab riots at the holy site Sunday. Young people threw rocks and lit firecrackers...
External forces are linked with Arab leaders in Israel in efforts to start a new wave of violence.
An Arab terrorist failed in a stabbing attack on police north of Jerusalem.
Weapons and ammunition were also confiscated by several units during the night's activities.
Arab road violence strikes Israel's capital again, this time with attackers hurling rocks at a bus and another vehicle in eastern Jerusalem.
Escorted by Israeli police, 30 Goldwing members and supporters of Belev Echad took the wounded veterans around Jerusalem for a daylong tour.
David Kashdan, a Russian born mathematician, McArthur fellow, Israel Prize winner and tenured professor at Hebrew University, was run over by a truck on...
A terrorist who tried to kill an Israeli in Jerusalem will spend 16 years in prison.
Police have already begun following the new directives...
Barkat discussed with the Congress members Jerusalem's status in the international arena, and asked them to ensure that Jerusalem stay unified.
While awaiting her trial and then sentencing, Shireen Issawi became the darling of international anti-Israeli groups.
Why doesn't Obama also label Jerusalem Arabs as “illegitimate settlers?”
The leftist B'Tselem group is set to address the UN Security Council on the issue of Israeli settlement in Judea and Samaria.
The frenzied Jordanian attacked the police officer before being killed.
“We have to take responsibility for our future!” challenged Sara Haetzni-Cohen, a scion of a prominent Gush Emunim family. “If the Land of Israel belongs to us, let’s act like it!”
The terrorist has been shot and killed.
A rally for Jewish rights on Temple Mount will take place miles away.
Between June 2014 and April 2015, the suspects habitually hurled rocks and firebombs into a number of Jewish-owned homes and facilities in A-Tur.
This ambitious water project will be able to satisfy Jerusalem's water needs until 2065.
In 2007 and 2008 Newsweek named Rabbi Hier the most influential rabbi in America.
The real figures present a picture of persistent lawlessness resembling some third world countries in the midst of a civil war.
"We draw our strength from our deep connection to the Land of the Bible, and our commitment to the words of the Prophets," Rabbi Rabinovich told Vice President Pence.
For now, nobody is pushing the 2-state thing. Maybe wait until after the Russian occupation…
The UN Security Council postponed its vote on an anti-Israel resolution at the last minute at the request of Egypt, which proposed the draft in the first place.