(JNi.media) A year ago, in January 2014, Peace Now Secretary-General Yariv Oppenheimer appealed on behalf of his movement to then Minister of Education Shai Piron,...
Police seriously injured one of the rioters with a "sponge" bullet.
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Minister Ze'ev Elkin will welcome 221 new immigrants from the United States and Canada at Ben Gurion Airport on Tuesday., one year after Operation...
The court said that even though the Arab is a "serial plaintiff," the coffee chain discriminated against him.
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Sirens sounded shortly after 4:30 p.m. from the northern border with Lebanon to the Lower Galilee.
The Shin Bet and the police issued an edict preventing the suspects from meeting with a lawyer for five days.
Legendary actor Omar Sharif was laid to rest in Cairo after funeral services at a mosque.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu slams nuclear negotiators in Vienna, warning the current deal "endangers world peace."
According to Ehud Yaari, the American side has “made a series of capitulations over the past two to three weeks in almost every key aspect that was being debated.”
Noting that 7/11 (2015) fell on Shabbat this year, some 7-Eleven stores extended their free Slurpee tradition for an additional day.
A new ISIS/Da'esh video showing a massacre in Tikrit last summer does not change the fact that the terror group has been routed from the city.
Israel frees senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist Khader Adnan from administrative detention after hunger strike.
German police monitored anti-Israel marchers and counter protesters in Berlin on Saturday marking Iran's ‘Quds Day.’
Yet another radical Islamic political protest was held on the Temple Mount. Israeli police are no where to be seen.
An Israeli UAV crashed Saturday morning in the northern Lebanese port of Tripoli.
Hamas saysTony Blair is the mediator with Israel for two missing civilians believed held in Gaza.
The P5+1 group of world powers negotiating with Iran for a nuclear deal believes it's "time to decide."
The children, ages 14, 10 and 9, were in danger of spending the rest of the summer in the Children’s Village detention center.