Pres. Rivlin vowed Hamas terror would not stop Israel from building across Jerusalem.
An Israeli Druze Border Patrol Chief Inspector was murdered by Hamas in a Jerusalem terror attack today; 14 were wounded.
The justices seemed skeptical of Lewin’s claim that the Zivotofskys’ bid did not challenge the presidential recognition prerogative.
“I just wanted to tell you that our family is shocked that we haven’t heard a single word from the U.S. State Dept., the U.S. Ambassador or any representative of the US government regarding the shooting of our brother a US citizen Yehuda Glick.”
Romney and Lieberman to headline Israeli-American Council inaugural conference in DC, Nov. 7 - 9.
Lebanon's Hezbollah terror chief Hassan Nasrallah announced Tuesday it is time to "gaze toward Israel."
Communications Minister Gilad Erdan is chosen to become Israel's new Interior Minister.
For those readers familiar with Miyazaki, Israel’s newest and most novel effort at tourism outreach in Japan will amuse.
“We in Fatah are not ashamed to take responsibility for the heroic act he carried out today…”
Caroline Glick's Latma will soon be on Israel Channel 1.
Central Bank Deputy Governor Disagrees, says, falling prices in the consumer prices index are due to the falling price of imports.
Israel's Foreign Ministry says it is Arab rioters who are defiling the Al Aqsa Mosque by turning it into a base for attacks on the Temple Mount.
New regulations are going to force major food retailers in Israel to publish their prices on the internet and to update them hourly.
SodaStream International has announced a deal has been finalized to close its factory in Mishor Adumim and move south.
Palestinian Authority spokesperson Nabil Rudaineh is "warning" Israel over housing projects and Temple Mount visits in Jerusalem.
Arab attacks on the Jerusalem light rail as it passes through Shuafat has led to a 20% decrease in usage.
The bill, which morally shouldn't even be necessary, prevents the government from releasing terrorists as part of the diplomatic process.
We hope that Hotovely goes up with sufficient bodyguards. A platoon of armed Golani soldiers on the Temple Mount would be nice.
Zivotofsky should have Israel on his passport and the Executive branch should retain authority over foreign policy. Here's how:
The United States has -- again -- expressed its strong disapproval over the latest plans to build badly-needed housing in Jerusalem.