Pres. Rivlin says all relevant authorities are working to retrieve Israeli civilian Avraham Mengisto from Gaza.
The President believes J Street's boast that the left-wing group speaks for American Jewry.
The "AvocadoFact" Twitter account launched a just-for-fun poll, and the fruit is trouncing "the Donald."
Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick talks peace in Istanbul with a state official and on A9TV with Islamic scholar Adnan Oktar.
If Lapid decides that his party will support the proposal in the Knesset, he will go down in history as the man who saved Israel's gas industry and credibility.
"The Donald" is in the number two spot, shared with Ben Carson, in Iowa and Michigan after a survey that already placed him in the second spot in New Hampshire.
Rabbi Riskin is pleased and honored to continue to serve the residents of Efrat...
Hillary Clinton failed to turn over email exchanges with Sidney Blumenthal about Benghazi attacks.
Sen. Rand Paul plans to challenge IRS double standard aimed at Americans overseas.
MK Silvan Shalom's wife tweeted a stupid racist Obama line that raised world eyebrows.
China seems intent on trying to stamp out Islam in Xinjiang with a ban on Ramadan fasting.
State Dept. says Oren's characterization of Obama's actions with respect to Israel are "absolutely false."
Trump loves Israel and Netanyahu and hates Obama. His candidacy for the GOP nomination is going to wake up people tired of political correctness.
Minister warns Left that hate will keep it in the opposition.
"The presidency should not be passed on from one liberal to the next."
Galloway apparently was not satisfied with his stinging defeat in recent elections for parliament.
Leftists, whose free speech may have cost Labor the election, once again shoot themselves in the mouth.
Pro-Israel lawmakers are calling on US Pres. Obama to use his powers to reverse a Supreme Court ruling on Jerusalem.
Item for item, Leftwing petitions received better, faster, and more preferential treatment than Rightwing petitions in the Israeli Supreme Court.
Marzel's anti-Zoabi rhetoric covered by free speech laws.