Arab terrorists were out Wednesday attacking travelers on the roads and rails of Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem.
Israel's PM Netanyahu met with top brass as US Pres. Obama prepared to address his nation on plans to fight the growing Islamic State terror group.
A mob of rioting Arabs attacked Israeli soldiers Wednesday near Ramallah following the funeral of a Hamas terrorist killed overnight in Samaria.
The IDF and the United Nations are both probing events from this summer's Gaza war. The UN is checking cases at UNRWA facilities.
The Bank of Israel has introduced a new fifty shekel note bearing the likeness of Russian-born Hebrew poet Shaul Tchernikovsky.
A govt-funded "peace forum" at Helsinki U featured Israel-hating Amira Hass and Jamal Zakhala.
Bayefsky's address on the UN as source and legitimizer of efforts to destroy Israel should be required viewing.
Another Hamas terror suspect is arrested in connection with the June 12 kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens in Gush Etzion.
Ashdod residents witnessed the test operation, which simulated a rocket attack from Iran on southern Israel.
The archeological treasures in the Rockefeller Museum of Jerusalem can now be accessed online.
The upgraded Arrow 2 anti-ballistic missile system performed as planned Tuesday at an intercept test over the Mediterranean Sea.
An IDF soldier was lightly injured on the Golan Heights late Tuesday afternoon.
Every time Palestinian Authority’s former security force chief Jibril Rajoub opens his mouth, he reveals the immorality of the PA.
A 12-year-old Syrian boy with injuries to his arms, leg, and eyes, was carried by donkey, and brought to Israel for medical treatment by his brother...
There are many ways to let Jews know when it's time to light candles for the Sabbath -- in Tel Aviv, Chabad sends a para glider to fly over the beach.
Egypt has denied offering Mahmoud Abbas a tract of land in Sinai to build a new PA state next to Gaza.
Arab who died from injuries sustained during riot last week, reason for last night's Arab riots in Jerusalem
Another round of intifada violence wracked the city of Jerusalem Sunday night, destroying a gas station and wounding two motorists.
Israel is sharing its knowledge in the fields of public health in coordination with the World Health Organization’s efforts to stop the Ebola Virus Disease
Jerusalem's Light Rail cars are reduced by one third due to Arab intifada attacks, also referred to as ‘travel terror’ or ‘rock attacks.’