Tel Aviv University archaeology team confirms donkey stables, livestock pens in Timna date back to the time of Kings David and Solomon.
The German regional court ruled the arsonists were carrying out a political statement against Israel, not an anti-Semitic hate crime.
The imam of the Jamal Abdel Nasser Mosque in Ramallah warned that moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem would 'engulf the region in the flames.'
Viewers join comedian Brad Stine on a journey in search of truth that takes him across the US and Israel.
Israel wants to get back the bodies of 2 IDF soldiers and 3 live Israeli civilians.
The defense attorney was astonished to find out that his confidential discussion with the prosecutors was leaked to the media while he was still in the lobby on his way out.
For the first time ever, a number of settlement leaders have been invited to a US presidential inauguration.
SANA suggested the attack used the new F-35 attack planes Israel has just received from the US.
If UNSCR 2334 upset you, another one may be just a week away, and it is far worse.
Sheikh Ra'ed Salah is once again accused of incitement to violence against Israel, and facing indictment.
Pres. Rivlin told envoys to Egypt and Jordan that regional threats faced by many in the Middle East require close cooperation.
Jamaica's PM Holness says his people live in a "zone of peace" and offered condolences on the terror attack in Jerusalem.
The Woodmont Country Club is extremely expensive and has the best golf courses in the Washington DC area.
PM Netanyahu says the Paris 'peace conference' is rigged to "adopt more anti-Israel stances," and "pushes peace backwards."
An American court awarded damages of $178 million, to be paid by Syria and Iran, to parents who lost a baby to a Hamas terrorist.
Two leading Republican senators and former presidential contenders are "hitting back" at the Obama White House over Israel.
Professor Piterberg has been known to elucidate on the "Israeli onslaught on Gaza Palestinians," calling IDF soldiers "war criminals."
Temporary residents who support boycotts against Israel would not be upgraded to permanent residency, meaning they could be expelled.
Only 61% of combat soldiers say they are pleased with their commanders. In 2014 the figure was 65%, in 2012 76%.
Michigan passes a law barring the state from contracts with those who boycott a strategic partner of the United States.