On Wednesday, the Jewish Federations of North America board of trustees voted to overturn its policy barring its missions from visiting Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria.
Two young Arab schoolboys with knives went on an adventure to be terrorists in Gush Etzion. But they were caught.
"Where were B’tselem, Human Rights Watch and the rest of the groups that are normally so concerned with Palestinian rights?”
"There's no doubt that the State of Israel is the strongest country in the Middle East and everyone wants to live here," said one Umm Al-Fahm resident.
Culture Minister Miri Regev (Likud) issued a directive whereby theatrical institutions that perform in Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria will receive a 10% increase in their state budgets.
IDF official Yoav Mordechai intervened with the Palestinian Authority to free four peaceful Arab neighbors jailed for visiting the Efrat mayor's sukkah.
Four Arab visitors to a Sukkah of Peace are still in Palestinian Authority jail after expressing a desire for good relations with Jewish neighbors.
The celebration attracted more than a hundred guests, and was an opportunity for Arab dignitaries from nearby Bethlehem and Hebron to mingle with senior IDF and Israel Police officials
And now we'll all hold our breath until November 9, when a brave new world might just emerge for Israel…
On the eve of Yom Kippur, October 11, which also happened to be National Coming Out Day in the US, someone at the Israeli embassy in London raised the rainbow flag together with the Israeli national flag.
On a related topic, Danon announced on Tuesday a new "political struggle against aid money which is transferred to Hamas in Gaza."
Arab terrorists tried -- but failed -- to kill Israeli and foreign motorists out celebrating the first intermediate day of Sukkot.
Benjamin Netanyahu: "No matter how often lies about Israel are repeated, this doesn't make them true."
The meeting was called by member states Egypt, Venezuela, Malaysia, Senegal and Angola, and was pushed by the PA delegation.
After an ultimatum by Jewish Home party head Naftali Bennett, PM Netanyahu agreed to ask the High Court for a 6-month delay on the demolition of Amona.
The leftist B'Tselem group is set to address the UN Security Council on the issue of Israeli settlement in Judea and Samaria.
Judge Benichou's ruling said there was nothing in the intelligence information presented to him to justify the detention and the nightly curfew, and so he ordered it void.
UN secretary general’s special advisor on sport Wilfried Lemke has been lobbying on behalf of Rajoub, and sent FIFA a letter advising that all Jewish life in Judea and Samaria is illegal, which includes Jewish soccer teams.
Kerry responded by saying the Administration has not yet made its decision on this matter — which is probably what he would have said if he didn't want an Obama anti-Israel move to hit the news before the election.
MDA is treating one person for shock.
PM Netanyahu informs US Secy of State Kerry that Amona residents will move to another settlement if they must be expelled.
Justice Minister Tzipi Livni recommended that the next government (which she expected to head) dismantle the division by blocking its state budget. Without a budget, the division was expected to wither and die.
Habayit Hayehudi is facing an existential dilemma these days, as many of its voters have said they'd rather see their elected representatives leave government than participate in the decision to uproot the Amona residents.
On Wednesday, the State Department “strongly condemned” the resettling of Amona's Jews, in an angry press release reminiscent of the Days Secretary John Kerry was first realizing there was no Nobel Peace Prize for him for fathering a new Palestinian State.
The High Court continues to take notice of Shaked, and has been noticeably mindful of the need to avoid unnecessary friction with a Justice Minister who is probably the most popular minister in Israel.