Israeli Border Guard police managed to resuscitate an electrocuted PA Arab boy in Hebron and bring him back to life.
PM Netanyahu vows not to let "extremists and fanatics ignite Jerusalem" as Arab violence spirals and Jewish marchers head for Temple Mount.
Thousands attended the funeral of Border Patrol chief inspector Jadan Assad in the Druze village of Beit J'an.
Lawmakers are voting on a bill to revoke Israeli citizenship from convicted terrorists and their families.
Arabs in Jerusalem hurled rocks at passing motorists in A-Tur on Thursday, damaging six vehicles.
IDF soldiers prevented a would-be Arab terrorist from carrying out a terror attack Thursday in the Samaria region.
A hit-and-run incident that seriously injured three IDF soldiers in Gush Etzion initially thought to have been an attack is now believed accidental.
Six cars sustained damage after Arabs in Jerusalem's A-Tur neighborhood on the Mount of Olives threw stones at the vehicles.
The suspected driver of the terror truck turned himself in after his family members were arrested.
A JStreet Poll full of contradictory results, discovers that American Jews love Bibi best.
Yehudah Glick is slowly improving.
Within seconds, the well-trained Jerusalem Light Rail guards had the man on the floor and handcuffed.
Incredibly, this is not satire...
7:30 AM Following yesterday's multiple terror attacks, here is an update on some of the wounded who are still in the hospital.
Not getting a reaction from the first part of her bleating tirade, Zoabi then moves onto the Holocaust...
Ron Prosor wrote he has no expectations from the UNSC, and deems them lacking sound judgement.
Int'l Criminal Court at The Hague won't investigate 2010 Mavi Marmara flotilla incident.
Obama's pet projects are not likely to get much support after Tuesday's election, especially punch-ball with Bibi.
Three soldiers were injured in a terror attack near the Gush Etzion Junction in the direction of Hebron, after being hit by an Arab truck.
Security footage of the Gush Etzion run-over terror attack on Nov. 5, 2014.