A witty Hebrew-language Honda commercial plays on the Israeli funny bone but may be too controversial for the market.
“We took on this initiative with the understanding that normal life, which is what we aspire for here, cannot exist if we feel that we are living in a bunker and with an atmosphere of having to defend ourselves."
Visual storyteller and photographer Udi Goren tells the tale of Israel through the lens of his camera.
Two teens in Brooklyn yelled slurs against Jews. One threw a rock at a Jewish driver, breaking the car window.
An evening brush fire was started by a firebombing attack in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Gilo.
A multi-story building in Ramat Gan is in flames but miraculously no injuries are reported.
The United States Embassy in Tel Aviv invites people in Israel to sign a Book of Condolence for the victims of the Orlando massacre.
The AIFD American Muslim reform group vows to "triple down" on efforts to fight extremism that led to Orlando terror attack.
A Jewish woman and child were attacked by an Arab male in Jerusalem on Shavuot.
“I’ve been disgusted every time I’ve heard the absurd plastic bag tax legislation introduced.”
Israel Police are watching with extra vigilance as Israelis and tourists stream through Jerusalem's Old City to pray at the Western Wall on Jerusalem Day.
The cake can be prepared parve, but the cream cheese filling is what makes it unique.
An armed Palestinian Authority Arab was caught by IDF soldiers overnight after he infiltrated into Israeli territory from southern Gaza. His motives were unclear.
The man who gave a new, planet-wide meaning to the word 'happy' will bring his music and his muse to Rishon Lezion this summer. Israelis are happy!
Firefighters pulled a driver from her car seconds before a tree fell on it.
A local Bedouin was stopped after trying to enter the Be'er Sheva central bus station with a knife.
Arab terrorists attacked a security checkpoint north of Jerusalem during a Cypriot security tour.
Police quickly arrested two terror suspects in an attack on elderly ladies in Jerusalem. Hunt continues.
The new head of the ISA (Shin Bet, or 'Shabak') has been with the agency for decades.
Bicycle riding is encouraged in Tel Aviv -- but not in Rabin Square -- and riding against the rules can earn you a hefty fine.