Israel is being blessed this season with A-list celebrity visitors.
One protester said, “Journalists working for organizations like AFP support the Islamic terrorists and that’s why we have to fight back.”
The result match the political divide in Israel.
PA/Arab uses "alleged" as in the terrorist wasn't actually trying to stab and kill Jews...
Microsoft really does love Israel. The computer giant is about to buy Israeli cyber security company Secure Islands for $100-150 million, Globes reported Thursday. The purchase...
Visceral radical Islamic hatred of Jews is driving the current wave of terror. Much is being organized in Gaza.
The network barely mentioned that the terrorist killed an IDF soldier.
Hamas and Fatah are working together to grow the current terror wave in Israel into a tsunami.
NYC Mayor De Blasio visited badly injured victims of terror with Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat on Saturday night at Hadassah Medical Center.
An Arab adult and two minors are indicted on a firebomb attack in Jaffa, motivated by rage over supposed "violation of the sanctity of Al Aqsa."
Asked if there is a holiday on the anniversary of her grandfather's death, she wrote perhaps there will be a holiday after Netanyahu is murdered.
Protests from various American Jewish organizations have led to the removal of Hamas incitement from Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram. Simon Wiesenthal Center's Rabbis Marvin...
The Palestinian Authority's leading Fatah faction continues to incite more Palestinian Arabs to murder Israelis via its official Twitter account.
The 13-year-old Arab terrorist who knifed two Israelis in Pisgat Ze'ev is nearly healed already, despite lies by Abbas about "execution."
JERUSALEM (TPS) - It hasn’t been easy for Jerusalem residents this past month, as a wave of Palestinian stabbing attacks has continued to terrorize...
Jerry Seinfeld will be performing a stand-up comedy show in Israel on December 19, in Tel Aviv. His visit to Israel is part of a...
PM Netanyahu has canceled a state visit to Germany due to the tense security situation at home in Israel.
And some good news: Bon Jovi played Tel Aviv on Saturday night to tens of thousands of fans.
The New York Times' editorial Thursday uncharacteristically criticized Palestinian Authority chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
While being questioned at Nuremberg, Göring was “humble” about having pulled off one of the most extensive theft of artwork in history...