"Where were B’tselem, Human Rights Watch and the rest of the groups that are normally so concerned with Palestinian rights?”
Defense Minister Liberman visited the Michve Alon military base in northern Israel, near Tzefat, where lone soldiers attend classes.
Israel Police have recommended the prime minister allow MKs to resume ascending to the Temple Mount.
Tens of thousands of signatures are on a petition demanding that UNESCO stop denying ancient Jewish ties to Jerusalem.
The Palestinian Authority again glorifies the slaughter of Jews by dedicating a school, supported with foreign aid, in the name of a terror mastermind.
Hamas in Gaza "returns" PLO chairman Yasser Arafat's Nobel Peace Prize medal -- to the PA government in Ramallah.
Almost 'normalized' but not quite: Israel completes its part of the deal, but Turkey's court refuses to dismiss the case against IDF soldiers and officers.
Terrorists aimed at police in Jerusalem, and attacked Israeli buses traveling the roads around the capital. One officer was wounded.
Gunshots were heard along the Israeli-Egyptian border, and an Israeli Arab teen has been killed.
Arab terrorists were out on the roads in force, attacking Israeli drivers in Judea and Samaria.
Jerusalem Gateway, with a $360 million investment, will spread over 52 acres, create 40,000 new jobs, and become Israel's largest transportation hub.
Security forces initially suspected that gunfire was involved.
"There's no doubt that the State of Israel is the strongest country in the Middle East and everyone wants to live here," said one Umm Al-Fahm resident.
Liberman said PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas was not seeking peace, and said he incited violence rather than work against it.
Another UNESCO resolution on Jerusalem is coming up for a vote, this one by the World Heritage Committee."
Culture Minister Miri Regev (Likud) issued a directive whereby theatrical institutions that perform in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria will receive a 10% increase in their state budgets.
Italy's prime minister vows to oppose, not abstain against future UNESCO resolutions against Israel.
While tobacco companies spend millions on advertising, a new study reiterates the cost in human lives is staggering. Cigarette smoking kills.
The announcement did not specify the mission, which was most likely digging a terror tunnel.
IDF official Yoav Mordechai intervened with the Palestinian Authority to free four peaceful Arab neighbors jailed for visiting the Efrat mayor's sukkah.
The IDF retaliated on Simchat Torah for a rocket attack hours earlier against southern Israel by Gaza terrorists. No injuries.
Slowly but surely, American companies have been encroaching on a field where in the past Israeli products ruled.
Pyongyang has conducted five nuclear tests in the past decade and launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile capable of reaching US territories in the Pacific like Guam.
Checkpoints and crossings between pre-1967 Israel and the Palestinian Authority are closed effective midnight Saturday night until midnight Monday.
Another Hamas terrorist is killed when the tunnel he was working on collapsed on top of him in Gaza, burying him alive.