The 13-year-old Arab terrorist who stabbed two Israelis, a 25-year-old man and a 12-year-old boy in Pisgat Zeev, is discharged from the hospital.
Over the past month, the safest day to go out was a Tuesday...
The terrorist was from a Northern Negev city that used to be relatively pro-Israel and even voted for the Shas Hareidi religious party.
“The deal is a catastrophe but it is done and unfortunately the issue is not going away. How do we go forward to deal with the deal?”
Despite repeated reports by hundreds of thousands of Israelis, demanding the removal of pages promoting hate and violence, Facebook in most cases allows this content to remain online unmolested, and sometimes removes arbitrarily and without explanation content by Israeli users who try to fight incitement.
The congressmen’s jam-packed schedule included meeting PM Netanyahu, an IAF helicopter tour, visiting the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, a co-existence meetings with Israelis and Arabs in Gush Etzion, the city of Sderot, and tours of ancient Shiloh and Ariel University.
Hamas and Fatah are working together to grow the current terror wave in Israel into a tsunami.
Under the new bill, persons active in or are members in NGOs promoting boycotting Israel will not be allowed to enter Israeli territory, for work or tourism.
IDF Sgt. Omri Levi, age 19, was murdered by an Israeli Arab terrorist in Be'er Sheva at the central bus station.
The Sephardic Chief Rabbi visited Joseph's Tomb on Sunday night with IDF protection, but Arabs attacked his convoy and later torched the tomb, again.
It was a resident of the Negev Bedouin town of Hura who carried out the terror attack on the Be'er Sheva central bus station on Sunday.
Thousands came to Times Square on Sunday to show solidarity with Israel at the 'Zero Tolerance 4 Terror' rally.
An IDF Golani soldier is dead, 11 other people are wounded after a single terrorist attacked the Be'er Sheva central bus station Sunday night.
Attempted drive-by terror attack on Israeli travelers near the Huwara checkpoint fails as gunfire misses the vehicle.
Gazans and Lebanese Palestinians celebrated the Beersheba central bus station terror attack; but neither took responsibility.
The soldier told the rabbi that he is a Cohen-Jewish priest and that he shot dead a terrorist in Jerusalem.
Passengers were scared that the Israel-Arab woman was yet another terrorist on a bus.
This theme is reminiscent of accusations against the IDF for using a "disproportionate" response during the 2014 Gaza war.
The controversial “stop and frisk” bill allowing police to search someone without a court order was passed by the government.
In the space of a bare two hours, hundreds of Palestinian Arabs hurled rocks and firebombs at IDF soldiers across Judea and Samaria.