The Security Cabinet has unanimously approved new stiffer measures against terrorists who throw stones and firebombs at Israelis.
King Abdullah II of Jordan is refusing to speak with Israel's PM Netanyahu over tensions at the Temple Mount.
A terrorist who attacked the Shirat Moshe yeshiva in Yafo earlier this month has been arrested and indicted. He wanted to "Frighten the settlers" (in Yafo).
Saudi Arabia is raising the issue of violence at the Temple Mount with the United Nations Security Council.
Arab rioters reportedly firebomb Jewish pilgrims at the Temple Mount, sparking clashes between Israel Police and Waqf security officers.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu: "We're changing our policy.... this stone was one stone too many. We declare war on stone throwers."
European leaders reaffirm their commitment to fight anti-Semitism in their countries ahead of the Jewish New Year.
President Reuven Rivlin met with Pope Francis on Thursday in an official visit to the Vatican.
A teacher at an UNRWA school in Jordan includes a Jewish blood libel cartoon on his Facebook account.
Rabbi Yehuda Glick has produced a new guidebook -- 'Arise and Ascend' -- to the Temple Mount.
An American Jewish woman who made aliyah was punched in the ribs Tuesday by a Muslim at the Temple Mount.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat says he will force at least eight centrally-located supermarkets open on Sabbath to close on Saturdays.
A suspect has been identified in the anti-Semitic crime spree that terrorized a Texas Jewish neighborhood in San Antonio.
A Canadian Jewish businessman is raising money to free Yazidi and Christian women and girls being held as sex slaves by ISIS.
An independent Israeli Jewish social action group met Sunday with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
Social activists in Crown Heights, Brooklyn pressure US Rep. Yvette Clarke (D) to vote against IranDeal.
Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon jails a Jewish teen under administrative detention in connection with a church arson in June.
The exhibition “A blessing to one another: Pope John Paul II and the Jewish People,” opened on Tuesday in the Vatican.