IDF fired back at the terrorists in both cases.
Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, Shani Taragin, Rabbi Ari Berman, Rachelle Sprecher Fraenkel.
The driver fled for his life, his bus was not as lucky.
An Israeli humanitarian relief organization has taken to Europe to assist the thousands of Syrian refugees arriving on the Greek island of Lesbos and languishing on the Hungarian-Serbian border.
PM Netanyahu tells UN's Ban Ki-moon Israel is committed to "strictly" maintaining the status quo at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Drip irrigation “gives an answer to the most pressing challenges today including water scarcity, arable land, food security, energy, soil degradation etc."
Israel hails a "great victory" after the IAEA voted against imposing international supervision over nuclear facilities in the Jewish State.
Palestinian Arabs shot at a car early Thursday and hurled rocks at a bus later on in Samaria and Judea.
Border Guard Police arrest two 10-year-old Arab terror trainees who attacked security officers on patrol in Jerusalem.
IDF soldiers arrested 11 wanted fugitives in overnight operations in Judea and Samaria.
Netanyahu reiterated the need to treat throwers of stones and Molotov cocktails as terrorists.
Ahead of their trip to Israel residents of the Jewish Home Assisted Living in River Vale and Jewish Home at Rockleigh have built replica Western Walls.
Last May, the Senate voted 90-0 for a resolution calling on Iran immediately to release Abedini, Hekmati and Rezaian, and to cooperate with U.S. to locate and return Levinson.
Members of the Likud Youth Organization ignored a directive from PM Netanyahu, ascending the Temple Mount anyway.
Saudi Arabia is raising the issue of violence at the Temple Mount with the United Nations Security Council.
The IDF has deployed an Iron Dome anti-missile system near Ashdod in advance of Friday's "Day of Rage" called by Hamas.
The protesters complained of police violence, while the police claimed the protesters were yelling, "Mohammad is a pig."
Abbas said that Jews "have no right to dirty the mosque with their filthy feet, we won’t let them do it."
Reykjavik passed a law boycotting all Israeli products. Both Israel and Iceland are parties to the WTO which bans such boycotts.
More attacks overnight Tuesday included a rocket attack launched by Gaza terrorists at Israel that exploded locally instead.