As its foundation, the kol koreh refers to the Torah’s statement in Leviticus 19:16, admonishing Jews to “not stand by while your neighbor’s blood is shed.”
The US Embassy in Tel Aviv issues a travel advisory to Americans against travel to the Galilee and Golan Heights.
PLO chief negotiator Saeb Erekat denies report PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas quit as PLO exec committee head.
A second chemical plant has exploded in eastern China, south of Beinjing, injuring nine.
Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) issued a statement saying he would vote in favor of President Obama’s proposed Iran deal.
The taskforce will be run by Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan.
Three U.S. citizens and a British man subdued an armed terrorist who opened fire at passengers on a high speed train heading for Paris.
Rabbi Shimon Elharar, director of Chabad of Dead Sea, was stopped in traffic by a force greater than his car.
American Airlines shuttering its flights to Israel.
The IDF response was in reaction to the attack from Syria earlier on Thursday.
The Iron Dome anti-missile defense system has been deployed in Ashdod, Ashkelon and Be'er Sheva.
Four rockets were fired at northern Israel from Syria late Thursday afternoon, igniting fires in the Galilee and Golan Heights.
The UK will formally reopen the British Embassy in Tehran on Sunday.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for a massive car bomb that injured 29 and ripped apart a building in Cairo early Thursday.
Bangkok police say at least 10 people planned and carried out this week's bombing in the Thai capital.
Minister Uri Ariel says the use of administrative detention should be restricted to cases of "ticking time bombs."
The company’s value has risen to $220 million.
“If Israel were to grow cannabis instead of bell peppers, the local economy would have shot up by many percentage points,” Said Dr. Tamir Gadot.
Late Tuesday, Spain's foreign ministry said the request from the festival for the singer to confess his politics or be booted was an "act that violates the conscience" and "put into question the principle of non-discrimination."
Engaged Jewish couples can enter to win a prayer shawl tied with the ancient "ptil tekhelet" blue woolen thread.
The international community is using Palestinian Arabs and Bedouin as the proxies in the latest struggle to steal land from Israel.
At least two US movie theater chains have begun to use Israeli-style security to keep their guests safe.
Iran will decide which images are “safe” enough to pass to UN inspectors, and which are “off-limits because they have military significance.”
There was no unity of opinion on the Nuclear Iran Deal amongst Reform leadership or membership.
The Reform movement explained why it could neither support nor oppose the Nuclear Iran Deal.