An investigation revealed that the Red Crescent paramedics were sitting in their ambulance and not assisting the Jewish wounded.
A compromise prevents Israel from demolishing a synagogue and allows Givat Ze'ev worshippers to rebuild it nearby the present site claimed by Arabs.
The Arab terrorists had emptied 14 bullets into the rabbi and his son; but then a miracle occurred.
DM Moshe Ya'alon urged the EU on Sunday to strengthen its anti-terror laws in order to combat threats like ISIS.
The Shin Bet and IDF together arrested an Arab suspect for the terror attack that killed Rabbi Yaakov Litman and his son Netanel on Friday Nov. 13.
China gave the Palestinian Authority $4.7 million and a brand new ministry building in Ramallah.
ISIS claims responsibility for Friday night's massive terror attack on Paris that left 129 dead, 352 wounded and the nation of France in shock.
Reportedly, the Red Crescent ambulance slowed down, saw there were Jewish victims in the car, and drove off.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu pledged solidarity with France Saturday night and remanded the world that innocent people in Jerusalem as well as Europe killed...
The terrorists whose homes were destroyed include those who gunned down Rabbi Eitan and Naama Henkin.
Rabbi Yaakov and Litman, from Kiryat Arba, were gunned down on their way to a Shabbat celebrating the upcoming marriage of the rabbi's daughter.
A Jewish man accidentally drove into Arab-controlled Hebron and a mob pulled him from his car...
Four people were injured in a ramming attack between Kochav Yaacov and Psagot.
2 people were killed and a third wounded in the shooting attack.
“The problem is not that the European Union fails to live up to its standards in some cases, like that of Morocco,” he argues, “Rather, in these other cases the union explicitly denies the existence of these standards.”
Yishai spoke with British Member of the European Parliament Roger Helmer who was in Israel to take part in the international Jerusalem Leaders Summit/Public Policy Summit in Jerusalem...
A "call for young people" has gone out over the Internet in Arabic via the Twitter social networking site, accompanied by a picture of an Arab teen hurling a rock.
Arab terrorists are younger and bolder, attacking Israeli security personnel and the Jerusalem Light Rail.
Three Arab suspects were arrested Thursday night in Hebron.
No Internet, no F-35? Oy!