“It's a black day for human rights,” said Hillel Neuer, executive director of the Geneva-based UN Watch.
The terror attacks have hurt Jerusalem businesses...
Army patrols have been beefed up throughout Judea and Samaria to prevent rock-throwing and firebombing attacks.
An Israeli space company, Spacecom, is developing its newest satellite for Facebook and the French satellite provider, Eutelsat, in a venture intended to supply free Internet to millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa.
The attacker at Gush Etzion was apprehended. Soldiers killed the terrorist at the Jewish community of Tel Rumeida in Hebron.
Netanyahu: MK Ghattas went up to the Temple Mount, not in order to pray buy only to inflame the situation.
The two terror victims were brought to the hospital in critical condition.
The Israel-Jordan Committee for Security and Transportation convened in the Jordan Valley in Israel Tuesday to discuss advancing the "Jordan Gate' project. The joint Israel-Jordan...
After Walmart decided to remove their IDF uniform costumes from their shelves...
Rabbi Heschel persuaded the bishops to eliminate or modify passages in Church liturgy that demeaned the Jews, or referred to their expected conversion to Christianity.
The airport's cargo crew on the graveyard shift found the body in the box.
Gilad Erdan called the visit by Christian Arab MK Ghattas "contemptible. The Knesset Sneaker urged Jewish MKs to not to imitate him.
Rowling revealed her rather mundane antisemitism.
The Prime Minister tried to ease tensions by banning all MKs from the holy site, but it apparently applies only to Jews.
Jordan says the cameras planned for the Temple Mount will be connected to the Internet for all to view.
The Arabs said, "We killed two Kahanes, we will kill you, too"
The Hebron Arab drives Hareidim to a Belz yeshiva, where he also works as maintenance man.
Defense Secretary Carter said the U.S. would engage in "director action on the ground" against the Islamic State.
Chief Rabbi Yitzchak Yosef blames the Jews who go up to the Temple Mount, Chief Rabbi David Lau disagrees.
Despite the terror attacks, only 10% of applicants have been approved for a gun license in Israel.