Jerusalem's Light Rail cars are reduced by one third due to Arab intifada attacks, also referred to as ‘travel terror’ or ‘rock attacks.’
Wind power is also facing difficulties taking off in Israel, this time because of regulators and other interest groups, and not environmentalists.
Israel is still debating whether to dip into its Middle Eastern treasure chest for the oil shale that lies beneath the holy land.
Israel finally is feeling its oats and going on a diplomatic offensive, without apologies, excuses and foot-kissing.
Netanyahu said that since the Jordanians opposed the bridge, "Of course we agreed." Of course.
Makovsky joins Mitchell, Indyk and a host of others who fled Kerry’s sinking ship.
Hysteria over 'land appropriation" by Israel made headlines around the world. But Israel did nothing of the sort.
Historians one day will ask why the United Nations aided and abetted terror in Gaza.
Ohio University student creates tasteless video insulting people dying of incurable disease and promoting BDS.
Why are new homes for Jews an “obstacle to peace” and homes for Arabs “a step forward in the peace process”?
Hussam Hassan Qawasme, the Hamas mastermind behind the June kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens, has been indicted.
The beheaders in Syria must be dropping their butcher knives in fear knowing they are unwanted in Israel.
Egypt generously offered to help end the refugee issue once and for all. Abbas refused...
The Balad party now boasts at least two former MKs who aided or visited the enemy. Haneen Zoabi a candidate for number three.
Hebron resident Hussam Qawasme is indicted in connection with masterminding the murder of three Israeli teens June 12.
Check back in nine months to find out if rocket attacks have the same effect.
If you thought the rockets attacks were over, you'd be wrong. Only the venue has changed.
Construction of thousands of new homes for Jerusalem Arabs was approved Wednesday by a city development committee.
Arab 'travel terror' attacks against Israelis resumed early Thursday around the Jerusalem area, targeting buses and the Light Rail.
Israel's Attorney General has reiterated a ruling that it is against the law to fly a flag from the Hezbollah, Hamas or Islamic State terror groups.