95.2% of all respondents to the online survey said they viewed anti-Semitism as “very worrisome” or “worrisome.”
US Army Specialist Adrian M. Perkins, 19, of Pine Valley, California, was shot and killed on Saturday. He died in an Amman, Jordan hospital from...
Palestinians are the only refugee group in the world with a relief organization dedicated to their issue. Other refugee populations have been resettled; why are Palestinians different?
Having a baby is hard work. But Israel really makes it worth all the effort – starting with one particular hospital in Jerusalem.
The International Solidarity Movement claims to be a non-violent protest movement, but why do it's members consistently support violence?
Senior IDF officers visited the Western Wall today to prepare for next week’s Jerusalem Day celebrations in the capital. Members of the IDF Joint Chiefs...
Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust memorial and museum, will present a replica of a Holocaust-era drawing to Pope Francis when he visits the site next Monday. Like Popes Benedict...
Egypt's Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has already picked up 85% of the ex-pat vote for president.
Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority are putting the final touches on preparations for Pope Francis' arrival next weekend. But police spokesmen are frustrated they haven't been able to crack the 'price tag' nut
The Kharkov region is set to hold a referendum on independence within a week.
Knesset members will choose Israel's next president on June 10. Candidates include former MKs, Supreme Court justice, Nobel laureate
Israeli MKs from Likud and Labor plan to submit a bill allowing Jews to pray on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old City.
“We met with Israeli residents who just want to live their lives, to coexist with their neighbors. They want to leave politics out of it. It was impressive to see how these communities actually function and how well they get along with their surroundings.”
The video shows a passenger train traveling between Ashkelon and Sderot being filmed from within Gaza - how long until a missile targets it instead.
Corporal Diego Tapia, 28, is not your typical IDF soldier. Born a Catholic, in Bogota, Colombia, Diego discovered Judaism during his research in university, converted and immigrated to Israel. After completing three years of study in Yeshiva in Jerusalem he enlisted in the IDF.
More than 265,000 Egyptian expats voted in the Egyptian presidential elections.
Police report that tens of thousands of people visited the grave of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai in Meron this year. It's become a popular tradition...
For 10,000 Israeli fans that filled the Mediolanum Forum Arena in Milan, Italy, Maccabi Electra Tel Aviv’s win against Spain’s Real Madrid was a sweet victory.
The Israel Ministry of Tourism is investing approximately NIS 10 million ($2.9 million) in marketing initiatives and infrastructure projects before, during and after the visit of Pope Francis to Israel, on May 25-26 May.
Severe birth pains have accompanied Libya's lurch towards democracy.