The prime minister's office plans to finance defense by relocating central region IDF bases and selling the land.
Armed, masked men threatened to burn down the house of one of Ukraine’s chief rabbis.
(JTA) — Police arrested two men in the severe beating of a Jewish man in Creteil, a Paris suburb. It was the second anti-Semitic attack...
Arabs from Hawara stoned some 30 cars driving by on the main road.
Listen to the audio from last night's terror attack, and other surprises.
The executive branch's embrace of the PUG will not be a group hug, according to some legislators.
Israel's security cabinet voted Monday night not to negotiate with a Palestinian Authority government backed by Hamas.
Bnei Menashe children who made Aliyah with their families on May 26, celebrate their first Israeli Shavuot.
An Arab terrorist was killed by return fire after shooting a group of soldiers at Tapuach Junction Monday night, wounding one.
Israel's rabbis don't see evolution as a threat, and some believe it will help the students add more depth and understanding to their Torah learning and faith.
A rocket launched from the Palestinian Authority in Gaza hit near the Zikim area.
The Rolling Stones have arrived in Israel.
While some people were surprised by the move, regular readers of JewishPress.com saw this one coming a mile away.
In recent weeks, the eighth-graders started a team for the online game called “Jew Incinerator.”
PLO Chairman hails reconciliation deal as new beginning for Palestinians, fails to condemn Haniyeh comments
New law proposes banning cigarettes from health facilities; currently smoking permitted in open-air spaces
Police interrogated "S" about a price tag attack for two weeks; Family: Shin Bet acting like "thugs"
Morocco’s national soccer federation stepped in at the last minute last week to protect innocent young Moroccans from the unbridled humiliation and degradation of...
PLO Chairman Abbas inaugurated a new PA "unity government" in Ramallah Monday, with Hamas backing out, and then joining in.
According to PA law and in practice, the PA does not give stipends to terrorist prisoners' families, but salaries to the terrorist prisoners themselves.