Rockets launched again from PUG controlled Gaza.
The missing boys, believed to have been kidnapped, have still not been found.
Three Israeli teens remain missing; personal gear recovered.
Three boys are believed to have been kidnapped from Gush Etzion. IDF has launched a massive search.
Some Likud party leaders claim have been given marching orders to begin preparing for general elections.
The terrorist opened fire with M-16 rifles.
Livni was photographed in London talking with the PUG's Foreign Minister.
Mehdi Nemmouch has conditioned his acceptance of extradition to Belgium to stand trial there, on the condition he won't be extradited to Israel.
Islamic Jihad prisoners tried to escape from Shateh prison near Beit Shean via a tunnel they dug. Just like in the movies.
Fischer, 70, succeeds Janet Yellen, who was elevated to Fed chairwoman in February to follow Ben Bernanke. All three are Jewish.
Michael Steinhardt is stepping down from his position as co-chairman of Taglit-Birthright Israel.
The police's failure to catch all those Yitzhar "terrorists" have the police taking more extreme measures to create one.
The Brussels Jewish Museum murder suspect opposes extradition if it means he will be tried in Israel.
An additional 10,000 Syrian refugees will be permitted to enter Germany.
Divorced father stabbed to death his two American children after they arrived in Israel for a visit.
For Lowey, the question is whether she will break with the Obama Administration, which has signaled willingness to continue funding the new Hamas-infused Palestinian Authority.
Holocaust survivors, living in mental health hospitals, arrived at the Kotel on Thursday to celebrate their belated Bar Mitzvahs.
As consul general of Peru in Geneva, Barreto issued 27 Peruvian passports to 58 Jews, including 14 children, even though the government of Peru by 1938 had given instructions to its consulates in Europe not to issue visas to foreign immigrants — with an emphasis on Jews in particular.
With numbers like that, it's no wonder Israel never feels crowded.
Collection seized by German officials in 2012, but owner said he'd come to it all legally. Perhaps he considered stealing from Jews legal?