The IDF has demolished the home of a second Arab terrorist involved in the murder of the Henkins.
The Cave of the Patriarchs and the Temple Mount will be closed to Jews on Wednesday due to an Islamic holiday.
"An orthodox Islam that does not respect our constitution or even contradicts it is incompatible with our legal system and culture."
Traditionally, hundreds of believers meet the fire carrying delegation at Vnukovo airport, to bring the fire to their parishes.
Israelis with Moroccan heritage celebrated the end of Passover with 'Mimouna' Saturday night with music and special, intricate sweet foods.
British Labour MP Naz Shah has been suspended "pending investigation" over anti-Semitic posts on Facebook, but it's not clear for how long.
A Danish journalist was ejected from the Temple Mount grounds because she published anti-Waqf articles.
A synagogue in central Marseille has been bought by an Islamic organization for $453,0000.
Wednesday's evictions add the number of religious Jewish criminals to 11.
Another British Labour Party member, this one an MP, has been outed for vicious anti-Zionist and anti-Semitic Facebook posts.
The two Jewish offenders were arrested on the spot, and the Arabs were left to clash and scream and beat on the cops to their hearts' content.
In the end, the indictment comes down to accusing the defendants of hating Arabs and expressing their hatred in dangerous ways.
Rabbi Dr. Elad Dukov of Haifa's Technion Institute of Technology was arrested Monday at the Temple Mount.
Tens of thousands of Jews streamed into Hebron to celebrate the city's annual Passover festival.
Jordan again warns of "dangerous consequences" for "invasions" by Jews who visit the Temple Mount.
By 9 am on the second day of Passover, five Jews had already been arrested on the Temple Mount.
The outlawed Islamic Movement is warning fearful Arab believers that Israeli leaders are "trying to conquer" the Al Aqsa mosque. Again.
A rare scarab seal belonging to a senior Egyptian official of the 13th Pharaonic Dynasty is found by a birdwatcher on Israel's northern coast.
"Who 30 years ago in this country would have pretended to be a rabbi, to say nothing of 70 years ago?"
The family’s attorney is E. Randol Schoenberg, who helped Maria Altmann successfully recover Gustav Klimt's "Woman in Gold," from the Belvedere Museum in Vienna.