A man reported that he lost his gun in the Rami Levy supermarket in Gush Etzion.
Most agree that replacing Foxman, who will retire in July 2015, is no small task for one of the highest-profile American Jewish organizations.
Charley Levine, a top public relations professional in Israel and well known in Ango-Israeli circles, has died.
Har Nof Rabbi: We Have Much to Learn From the Druze Community
The motto of the Druze is to be faithful to the country in which they live.
Israel has a tough job trying to correct 20 years of concessions to terror.
Fortunately, the police have rejected the idea that is great populism and is greatly stupid.
The NYPD has increased security for NYC synagogues in the wake of the Har Nof massacre.
An IDF investigation found the officer had actually been shot with bullets, not fireworks as originally thought.
Israelis must not fall into the trap of fear that would mean victory for the enemy.
Gun license applications are at a high right now, and police recommend gun owners carry their guns with them.
A few more to go...
“It was one of the cruelest scenes I have ever witnessed.” - United Hatzalah volunteers among first on scene at Jerusalem terror attack.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu issues an unusually intense warning of a 'terrorist assault against Jerusalem' incited by the PA leadership.
Israeli PM Netanyahu accuses the PA of a 'blood libel' against Israeli Jews. He's right; this intifada was sparked by triggering a blood lust.
The FBI is set to probe the horrific massacre by Arab terrorists that left four rabbis and an Israeli Druze police officer dead in Jerusalem.
Both Arabs and Jews were out in force Tuesday night, making their sentiments known to law enforcement officials in Jerusalem.
A man was attacked by Arabs early Tuesday evening as he rode his bicycle near the New Gate to Jerusalem's Old City.
CNN's distorted coverage of the Har Nof massacre prompts calls to pull its press privileges.
Israel's UN Ambassador called on entire UNSC to confront the reality of the Palestinian Arab barbarity.
Zidan Sayif's brave actions saved the lives of civilians in the synagogue.
U.S. Amb. to Israel Dan Shapiro harshly condemned the terrorist attack at the synagogue in Har Nof.
Three more Arabs armed with knives were arrested in Bnei Brak on Tuesday evening.
Thousands attend slain rabbis’ funerals; international community condemns terror attack
Officer Zidan Sayif saved lives in the Har Nof Massacre, but was shot in the head and is now fighting for his life.