“The defendant, instead driving Shelly to her job interview, took her to an abandoned parking lot..."
The mullahs weren't interested in diplomacy without enrichment rights. Clinton led the fold on this point.
Two Congressmen introduced legislation aimed at blocking consideration of Nuclear Iran Deal.
Ben Gurion U. researchers selected writings by six shooters involved in a number of high-profile scenarios worldwide, including the Virginia Tech Massacre in 2007
Syrian opposition fighters have ousted government troops from a major airbase after a two-year battle in the province of Idlib.
New immigrants came to Israel from 97 countries.
The State Attorney will ask the court to impose heavy fines on terrorists for each Jerusalem Light Rail window they break, in addition to jail time.
Severe toxic haze conditions with intense heat continued in Israel Wednesday, with more in the forecast ahead.
The Knesset approves a gas outline which also transfers authority from the economy minister to the government.
A far-right Ukraine nationalist group has destroyed the huge Breslov central welcome tent in Uman.
The bullet went through the door of the car.
How One Arab Family Creates its Own International Headlines.
Concerns rise Over South Africa’s pressure on Jewish community.
The union of Israeli soccer players asked a labor court in Tel Aviv to suspend soccer games on Shabbat, because they’ve been conducted illegally. Only Shas can bring back the game.
European leaders reaffirm their commitment to fight anti-Semitism in their countries ahead of the Jewish New Year.
Tickets now on sale for Oct. 1 show at Jerusalem International Convention Center
The sandstorm has caused traffic accidents and breathing problems.
On the eve of the Jewish new year, Israel's population has reached 8.4 million people.
After saying the "shehakol" blessing over water and drinking, the man was arrested for praying on the Temple Mount.
“I thank the court for the opportunity given to me with the verdict,” said Abu Kush.