Alert police noticed two Arab teenagers acting suspiciously. They were armed with an axe and a knife.
Richard Lakin, 76, was the principal of a Connecticut school before moving to Israel in 1984.
Arabs living in post-1967 Jerusalem neighborhoods may lose their israeli residency rights, Channel 2 reports.
Jordan's King Abdullah II is stepping in to help deal with the current wave of Arab terror aimed at Israel.
Rabbi Chaim Yechiel "Howie" Rothman was critically injured in the Har Nof massacre last year.
The armed teen terrorists planned to stab Jews in the Old City.
The suspect refused to show police what he was hiding in his clenched fist....
The female employees at the headquarters of the Ministry of Education approached security to please provide them with the means to defend themselves.
So far, in all these cases the students were cleared of suspicion of terrorism.
“This is a very complex event that requires immediate operational research to figure out what really happened, to prevent such cases in the future, regardless of the findings of the military police investigations.”
PM Netanyahu has a full day in Berlin, meeting with US Secy of State Kerry, EU chief Mogherini, and German FM Steinmeier.
Silvan Shalom called the four men’s actions “a blatant breach of trust with Israel.”
It sounded like a terrorist attack, but it was a case of just plain terror, stress and mistaken identity.
So far, none of Netanyahu's decisions has led to the departure of the Bayit Yehudi party or Ariel's T'kumah faction from the government.
He called on Israel to observe scrupulously the rules guiding the Temple Mount.
The 4 were involved in terror attacks in Jerusalem.
Arab residents of Jerusalem are finally learning (non-violently) that there is a real price for their violence and terror.
UN Secy-Gen Ban Ki-moon calls emergency session to brief the Security Council on "violence between Israelis and Palestinians."
Bibi gives the answers to the Ten Big Lies told about Israel.
Netanyahu: the largest battle Israel fights is the battle for truth.