Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Tuesday evening in a passionate Jerusalem Day address never to divide Israel's capital.
Former IDF Chief Rabbi Mordechai Piron has passed away at the age of 93, the second to serve in the position.
Arab rioters suceeded in violently taking over the Temple Mount on Jerusalem Day and shutting it down to everyone except Muslims.
The race has become a passionate, and at times a vicious affair, with supporters and lobbyists working to sling mud at opponents.
Jerusalem 360 is the largest panoramic project ever launched in Israel, enabling anyone to tour over 100 locations in Jerusalem.
Israeli Air Force pilots are grounded starting today, unless flying actual operations or in flight school, due to budget cuts.
The financially troubled Einstein College of Medicine will have Montefiore as its key financial manager; YU will continue granting the degrees.
Syria oldest synagogue was flattened and destroyed over the weekend.
A federal judge instructed the IRS to respond to Z STREET's claim of political discrimination.
Israeli scientists are trying to add a Sefer Torah to the moon's holy book collection.
Children as young as 12 participate in rally calling for destruction of Israel and Palestinian Authority.
“Never again, Lord, never again,” the pope implored. “Here we are, Lord, shamed by what man, created in your own image and likeness, was capable of doing.”
Fighting in Ukrainian city prevents Jews from leaving; Jewish Agency steps of to help
Bedouin villagers attacked a group of Israeli soldiers Sunday as the soldiers tried to issue demolition orders for their illegal encampment near Beer Sheva. The...
Despite Arab and left-wing warnings, no violent reaction by either Arabs or int'l Muslim community to visit.
A rare monastery seal was discovered in a Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem -- and presented to the Greek Orthodox Patriarch, who noted its importance.
Former IDF intelligence chief Amos Yadlin says he "won't go to Turkey" to be arrested by an Istanbul court.
A group of some 30 rabbis has called for sovereignty over the Temple Mount ahead of Jerusalem Day.
The Hebrew daily Ma'ariv reports that Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yigal Palmor is planning to resign his post, joining other senior staff who have quit.
The Israeli government has hopes to put the kabash on cash transactions starting in fiscal 2015 budget.