Israel’s embassy in Turkey canceled a celebration of Israel’s Independence Day and President Shimon Peres sent a letter of condolence to Turkish President...
During previous papal visits to Israel no one cared about David's Tomb. Why has it suddenly become "disputed"?
For the second time this week, and the third time since Pesach, the Kotel plaza was closed to visitors because no security guards could...
“The level of anti-Semitism in some countries and regions, even those where there are no Jews, is in many instances shocking.”
Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas finally took off the mask and formally sent US Sec'y John Kerry packing.
Security forces finished demolitions in Gush Etzion before debate ended over a restraining order to stop them.
Four New York men, including a rabbi, were indicted for allegedly stealing more than $12.4 million in funding intended for children with disabilities.
Tractors are still heading for Gush Etzion after a court order to demolish structures was cancelled.
At 6:50 AM sirens went off in the Ashelon Beach area warning of an imminent rocket strike from Palestinian Authority-Hamas controlled Gaza.
Settlers in Judea, Samaria and the Binyamin region are preparing for government forces intent on more demolitions.
Israel Police received more than 9 million ‘100' calls (Israel’s ‘911') in 2013; 18 percent came from Tel Aviv.
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After Yesh Atid blocked an important anti-terrorism bill, Naftali Bennett hit back, hard.
The IDF issued a directive to military units to release all Lone Soldiers next Thursday. Simultaneously, the IDF has invited all civilian agencies to attend to all these Lone Soldier's needs at one time, on that day.
Aliya support organizations to host event for immigrants who have left their families in order to serve the Jewish state.
The United Nations is considering the possibility that Iran just might have figured out how to avoid international sanctions in order to continue that...
The Executive Council of Australian Jewry has ramped up its campaign against the boycott, divestment, sanction movement (BDS) in Australia with an information booklet...
On the face of things, Jewish life in France appears stronger than ever: Jewish schools are thriving, there are kosher butchers all over the country, and the Jewish population has more than doubled since 1945. So why are people talking about the end of Europe's largest Jewish community?
A record 385,000 visitors entered Israel in April, according to statistics released Tuesday by the Ministry of Tourism. Three hundred forty two visitors stayed at...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is set to meet with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in London.
Numerous associates of former prime minister Ehud Olmert were sentenced to prison Tuesday and fined millions of shekels, along with the ex-politician.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was sentenced Tuesday morning to serve six years in prison.
Former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is about to be sentenced after being convicted on two charges of bribery.
It took a second hearing and a tight vote, but in the end the good guys won this round.
Yesh Atid minister Yaakov Perry has blocked a new law that would prevent early release of terrorist prisoners.