Legendary actor Omar Sharif was laid to rest in Cairo after funeral services at a mosque.
The former president was one of 20,000 in Toronto to watch Bono.
Mendi Safadi, adviser to Israeli Minister Ayoub Kara, said during a peace-making visit to Istanbul last week, "real peace begins with the people."
"Bon Jovi couldn’t care less.”
Hollywood producer Branko Lustig says he will gift his Oscar for 'Schindler's List' to Yad Vashem after his death.
American singer Mariah Carey is in Israel with her Australian billionaire boyfriend for a "pre-engagement spiritual meeting" with an unnamed "spiritual leader," the TMZ...
A New York-based group of journalists say there is an "unprecedented threat" to journalists in Egypt, where Obama backs the current regime. The threat to...
Jerusalem Sober House launches an English-language early intervention project.
The video of soldiers hitting an Arab rioter while on the ground omitted a scene of his hitting a soldier in the face with a rock.
Leftists, whose free speech may have cost Labor the election, once again shoot themselves in the mouth.
Pharrel Williams is negotiating to perform in Tel Aviv this coming September. Bon Jovi will be playing on October 3. We're Happy. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsXayPkNIyw?rel=0&w=475&h=267]
Every journalist can make a mistake, but no decent journalist depends on a single Facebook post as a source.
PM Netanyahu hosted singer Art Gunfunkel yesterday in Jerusalem. Netanyahu told Garfunkel that he often listens to his song "The Boxer" during his walks. Sara Netanyahu...
Bon Jovi will coming to play in Tel Aviv.
The Ramallah regime is aiming its "one state of Palestine" campaign to Arabs who are card-carrying Israeli citizens.
New York celebrates one of its largest, most popular parades of the year, starting at 11 am: the Israel Day Parade.
Guys and Dolls in Jerusalem
An Arab language website sent a reporter, dressed as a Jew, to the streets of Cairo.
Israel was trying to launch a three-month test to improving inspections of PA workers.
Basheva will be printed by Yisrael Hayom instead of by Haaretz.