A bomb-sniffing dog discovered a knife hidden under a bus seat during a search at a security checkpoint.
An Arab resident of the Negev Bedouin town of Kuseifa is arrested for incitement on his Facebook page.
Israeli police foiled an attempted attack in Jerusalem by an Arab terrorist wearing Israeli combat fatigues.
Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, rabbi of the Kotel and the Holy Sites of Israel, argued that Israelis can’t run away in fear.
Sheikh Raed Salah appeared in Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday for an appeal of his conviction for incitement.
Israel's Security Cabinet approves a motion to withhold the bodies of dead terrorists from their families.
The victims from Tuesday's savage terror attack on Egged Bus No. 78 in Jerusalem have both been identified.
The man whose blinders have contributed to the current violence now says he will return "soon" to "try to work to re-engage."
Wednesday was relatively quiet, but everything is relative. On a "normal" day, today's rock-throwing attacks would be headlined.
The flash-storage company's Israeli division will hire dozens of workers, most of them Arabs.
The Hebron University student's Molotov cocktail boomeranged. He suffered light burns.
Terrorists from southern Gaza fired on Israeli soldiers on patrol Wednesday morning, the second straight day that Arabs have used live fire. No one was...
Six Israeli army companies will back up the police on Wednesday to deter terrorists.
The IFCJ is dispensing the emergency funds following a discussion with Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan and senior ministry officials.
Israelis have complained to the organization that it is sacrilegious to wrap the bodies of the terrorists in bags with the ZAKA inscription.
Bahrain and some of its partners in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are currently negotiating to purchase Israel’s Iron Dome anti-missile system to defend against “a growing arsenal of Iranian missiles.”
Israeli government announced new security measures in response to increase in terrorism.
Iranian parliament approved document very different from the JCPOA - it calls for ending sanctions and ending Israel's nuke program.
A number of the Arab terrorists worked in jobs where they interacted regularly with Jews and even Jewish children.
The obscene and gross Arab lie finally is starting to dissolve.
Shoshana Selavan, chairperson of the Old City's Jewish Quarter community, launches a new column on Jewish Life in the Old City.
The Prime Minister did not like the behavior of some of the Likud ministers and MKs who criticized his government’s policy on confronting terrorism.
A female employee at a gasoline station suspected two young Arabs, who turned out to be would-be terrorists, and called the police.
Arabs breached the Gaza security fence Tuesday for the third time in a week. Live fire was aimed at soldiers, who were not hit.
One of the new immigrants is 83 years old, and five are volunteering to serve in the IDF.