For now, nobody is pushing the 2-state thing. Maybe wait until after the Russian occupation…
A public opinion poll published by the Knesset Channel (Israel's C-Span) shows that if elections were held today, the ruling party, Israel Beiteinu would...
The Haredi protest against Lapid’s drive to draft them is only the first shot in what promises to be an ugly war.
Moshe Feiglin unwittingly has brought out of the woodwork anti-Israel legislators from “peace partner” Jordan.
Incitement is not taken lightly in Israel since the murder of Rabin, and even warning of a murder can be dangerous.
Custom duties on imported butter, yogurt and other dairy products will be drastically slashed in a move by Economy Minister Naftali Bennett to increase...
If Arabs riot when the Knesset only talks about Jews praying on the Temple Mount, Kerry can kiss goodbye to his framework.
Porush insists Netanyahu had declared that while he's in charge there won't be criminal sanctions.
For the first time in a year, Moshe Feiglin was allowed to go up to the Temple Mount and pray.
Two indefatigable climbers supporting one another in ways the rest of us easily fatigued mortals will never understand.
A bill that would allow more rabbis to conduct conversions in Israel advanced in the Knesset. The coalition government-backed bill passed its first reading by...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will talk with Mahmoud Abbas in Paris on Wednesday in his non-stop diplomatic assault to break the Palestinian...
Kerry can like it or not, but sooner or later he has to deal with the issue of the Temple Mount.
Netanyahu may have to follow Sharon and form a new party if he insists on selling out to the Kerry-Obama-Abbas trio.
Abbas said he had already made painful concessions by agreeing to land swaps as part of the two state solution.
The report charged that Livni, Lapid and Perry warnings about impending boycotts became a self-fulfilling prophecy.
One of the PM's goals while in the U.S. is to advance the "peace process."
The impatient Supreme Court, in its haste to get the numbers on paper, has created needless political battles.
An Israel Knesset Member got a whack on his tongue for angering the Diaspora.
Haredim could turn hate into love by serving in the army and showing non-religious soldiers the Light of Torah,