The woman pulled out two large knives from her bag...
The state petitioned the High Court with a request to delay the demolition of Amona.
Former president Katzav is again trying to win parole without expressing remorse.
Eight Jerusalem Arabs have been arrested in the eastern part of the capital for violence against Israelis.
Sheriff Louis Ackal faces a prison sentence if he is convicted of the charges of conspiracy and depriving prisoners of their constitutional rights.
A terrorist is dead after ramming three Israeli Border Guard Police officers at the Arab village of Beit Omer.
An Israeli police officer arrested one of an Arab gang who attacked him. Backup forces are hunting the rest.
Arab terrorists targeted Jewish drivers as they raced to reach their destinations just before the Sabbath.
The suspected terrorist praised Hamas online and incited others to likewise plot and carry out terror attacks.
Jerusalem Arabs in the Shuafat neighborhood are again attacking the Light Rail in a self-destructive frenzy of hate.
An Arab terrorist told interrogators he wanted to die as a martyr; he'll live in prison instead.
Stoning attacks in Israel's capital seemed to spike after the Jerusalem resolution by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee.
IDF, Border Guard and Israel Police forces have been busy hauling in terrorists, illegal arms and drugs.
Judge Carmel said in his ruling that although the case is serious, he chose to go easy on the defendant who claimed as his reason for the stabbing, besides hating Jews, that his sister is an alcoholic junkie.
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Israel Police have recommended the prime minister allow MKs to resume ascending to the Temple Mount.
Terrorists aimed at police in Jerusalem, and attacked Israeli buses traveling the roads around the capital. One officer was wounded.
Arab terrorists were out on the roads in force, attacking Israeli drivers in Judea and Samaria.
Checkpoints and crossings between pre-1967 Israel and the Palestinian Authority are closed effective midnight Saturday night until midnight Monday.
On December 5, 2012, clashes broke out outside the Ittihadiya presidential palace between Muslim Brothers and protesters that left 11 Egyptians dead.