Despite the rising number of deadly terror attacks, there have been miracles this past week as well.
Two Arab minors were arrested in Jaffa on Wednesday night for attacking a bus in the center of town.
A huge oil discovery in the Golan Heights has the potential to make Israel energy self-sufficient for decades to come.
Arabs smashed the windows of a moving bus in Jerusalem's Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood after Simchat Torah, wounding four passengers.
Israel Police will limit access to the Old City of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount over the next two days.
A Jewish teen is arrested for pepper-spraying a group of Muslim Arabs who were harassing his family near the Shalshelet Gate in Jerusalem.
Four Israeli Arab teens have been arrested for the Jerusalem stone-throwing murder of Alexander Levlovitz on Rosh Hashana.
A man was struck by an Israel Railways train near Be'er Sheva Thursday night.
Arab terrorists attack soldiers in Gush Etzion and Jerusalem; IDF arrests seven terror suspects.
Fire broke out Saturday in the old Hamashbir building on King George Street in central Jerusalem.
Members of the Likud Youth Organization ignored a directive from PM Netanyahu, ascending the Temple Mount anyway.
One Israeli motorist was killed by rocks hurled at his vehicle while driving through southern Jerusalem on Rosh Hashana.
A couple with their baby were protected by Shomrim when attacked by Arabs in the Old City of Jerusalem on Saturday night.
Police report that 16-year-old Hagit Prezberg of Petach Tikva has been found safe.
Arab vandals smashed and burned tombstones, bushes and trees in the ancient Mount of Olives cemetery Tuesday night.
Firefighters in Galilee were able to stop a brush fire on Sunday from spreading into a wildfire.
For a state that goes out of its way to discriminate in favor of one group, Israel receives high grades in treatment of immigrants of all colors and creeds, beating out the UK, the US and Saudi Arabia.
Arab terrorists firebombed Border Guard Police while on patrol in A-Tur on Wednesday night.
Rabbi Shimon Elharar, director of Chabad of Dead Sea, was stopped in traffic by a force greater than his car.
Minister Uri Ariel says the use of administrative detention should be restricted to cases of "ticking time bombs."
Administrative detention is temporarily cancelled for the hunger-striking terrorist.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat says he will force at least eight centrally-located supermarkets open on Sabbath to close on Saturdays.
Israeli farmers say in some cases the Shmitah year actually has a long way to go; another year, in fact.
Avraham Mengisto's family held a rally outside Hadarim Prison on Monday to demand their son be released by Hamas in Gaza.
Shin Bet operatives and Israeli customs personnel at the Nitzana border crossing caught smugglers "importing" 2-ton fiberglass rolls to Gaza.