Four Israeli citizens were hurt Thursday in a road terror attack near Tekoa in Gush Etzion.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu blamed Palestinian Authority incitement for the terrorist murder of a police officer on Passover eve.
Some reactions in response to the latest terror attack.
The government’s approval of Jews moving into the Hebron building marks a return to a bit of political normalcy.
The US may pretend it was forced to give up Pollard, but it is US that most wants to continue talks.
The BDS movement has done us a favor by showing the world they are idiots over the Scarlett-SodaStream duet.
Yesha leader have a problem condemning violence if it carried out “for the cause.”
Naftali Bennett is urging Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu to annex Jewish settlement blocs in Judea and Samaria.
It won’t happen so soon, but it is only a matter of time until Jewish in Efrat finally can be like Jews in Tel Aviv.
On Monday, Lapid told JTA that he would sooner agree to freeze settlement growth than free Palestinian prisoners, as Netanyahu has done previously in an effort to advance the process.
“You shall set up judges and police…in all your cities…and they shall judge…[with] righteous judgment.” – Devarim, 16:18.
Security police arrested a 16-year-old boy in Yitzhar on Wednesday for throwing rocks at police during the morning, one day after 50 young people...
Children in the Binyamin Jewish community of Shiloh are hard at work baking matzohs for Passover -- as usual.
Every time Kerry opens his mouth about his Peace Talks Follies, he only makes things worse, especially for himself.
Fifty settlers raided and ransacked on Tuesday an IDF outpost that was manned by six soldiers who were deployed there to defend their attackers...
Five structures in Yitzhar were demolished by security forces late Monday, despite fierce resistance from residents.
Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall and who even wants to put him together again?
If not now, then later, the Arabs will again prove they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.
The residents of Beit El, north of Jerusalem, have been living with an especially intense wave of Arab violence.
"Some families are victims of terror attacks, who are at the verge of starvation." At least 100 basic food packages are prepared monthly.