Moshe Feiglin told JewishPress.com that the threat to him is real, but it is not something new. He is not afraid...
Israel and Egypt are responding to the terror emanating from Gaza.
Bill To Be Brought For Vote on Wednesday.
Israel and the Gulf States may not agree on everything but everyone worries about how to stop Iran from building a nuclear weapon.
The law would be a major step forward in promoting home ownership in Israel.
After much political backroom dealing, a highly controversial conversion bill was enacted by Cabinet decision, instead of becoming law through Knesset vote.
Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar is making his final preparations to step down from his post, and out of government.
The Palestinian Authority is recognized by Sweden as a sovereign country, even without borders and steeped in debt. Why not Ladonia?
Israel’s cabinet stiffened the penalty for rock attacks against motor vehicles.
Newly-installed EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is set to visit Israel this week.
MK Moshe Feiglin is being followed and his photo is being snapped and distributed by Arabs for positive identification. Why?
The connection runs so deep, that the Arab villagers have alerted Efrat authorities against terror cells.
The Temple Mount had been closed to Jews for five days.
Reform and Conservative day school enrollment is down sharply.
The newspaper once led the chorus for Obama, who now has only the NY Times as a mouthpiece.
The second suspect who was arrested worked at the Begin Center's "Terasa" restaurant with Hijazi.
Hundreds of people are in Kikar Safra for a prayer session for Yehuda Glick.
The Prime Minister believes that not inflaming the Temple Mount violence is somehow in the MK's hands.
Kerry reportedly will offer Israel a deal it can’t accept.
On Sunday, the Kerem Shalom crossing into Gaza will be closed.
The US is turning back the clock on Saturday night.
1064 of October's dead are civilians.
Apparently he was disappointed with his ISIS experience and fled back to Israel.
The boy had shrapnel wounds to his chest.
Doctors are hopeful he will recover without permanent handicaps.