Hamas set up cells in Judea and Samaria and Jerusalem and planned terrorist attacks on Temple Mount.
The good news that Zoabi and two of her Knesset pals left the country. The bad news is that they are coming back.
IDF Southern Command believes that the rockets and mortars will begin again tonight, hours before the ceasefire is set to end.
Home of man believed to be kidnapper, murderer of Our Boys about to be demolished.
The piers were found next to a kindergarten and a playground, just 100 meters from resident's homes.
The army hasn't said why, but presumably they believe the ceasefire may end sometime very soon.
Chickens banned from sales in anti-Semitic European venues are finding more appreciative consumers in Israel instead.
In Gush Etzion, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon has suggested a swap in order to convince residents to leave outposts with fresh wounds.
Six Jewish youths were detained in Jerusalem Saturday night in connection with two alleged anti-Arab attacks and attempts to incite.
Anti-Israel protesters in Manchester, England target Kedem Cosmetics for carrying Dead Sea products.
PM Netanyahu warns Hamas terrorists not to underestimate Israel’s ability to hold out under any ‘war of attrition’ the group might attempt.
Netanyahu: "As Long as Quiet is Not Restored, Hamas Will Continue to Receive Very Harsh Blows"
Islamic-driven violence drives another nail in a civil British society.
The 40 year old Beitar resident was attacked after driving into the nearby Arab town of Hussan to buy cigarettes.
Police in Melbourne arrested seven pro-Palestinian protesters who stormed the roof of an Israel-based company.
A cease-fire deal may be worked out. Hamas reps are in Qatar. Israel says it must keep Israelis secure.
A New York lawmaker says the White House has "been looking for a fight" with PM Netanyahu since the day Pres. Obama entered the White House.
Israel continues to provide humanitarian assistance to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip no matter if Hamas is in a state of war or truce against the Jewish state.
Netanyahu faces difficult negotiations with Hamas terrorists in Cairo, and those that support them from the White House.
It's not clear if this was policy or individual decisions when some US post offices stopped taking delivery of mail to Israel.