More attacks overnight Tuesday included a rocket attack launched by Gaza terrorists at Israel that exploded locally instead.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu: "We're changing our policy.... this stone was one stone too many. We declare war on stone throwers."
The US and Jordan express "concern" over Arab violence at the Temple Mount; Jordan blames Israel.
The President preached to Jews that they are not in control and should have a "sweet year" with neighbors. He told Muslims in July they celebrate a great holiday.
At least 107 people are dead and hundreds more are wounded after a crane collapsed Friday at the Grand Mosque in Mecca.
A couple with their baby were protected by Shomrim when attacked by Arabs in the Old City of Jerusalem on Saturday night.
Yeshiva University President Richard Joel announces his retirement in 2018; earlier if a successor can be found.
A Jewish teen was punched in the face and called a "dirty Jew" in Paris on Tuesday.
Thousands came to honor Israel's Shmitah farmers at a parade in Bnei Brak on Wednesday. They celebrated into the night.
The Israel Pavilion at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam will close for Sabbath and Rosh Hashana, Economy Minister Arye Deri announced.
A new Torah scroll "comes home" to Nitvei Yochai Synagogue in the name of IDF Cpt. Yochai Klengel, z'l.
The 'Tzohar' organization is launching a new project to encourage secular Jews to 'listen together' to shofar blowing on Rosh Hashana.
A rally for Jewish rights on Temple Mount will take place miles away.
Pope Francis invited the President of Israel for his first official visit to the Vatican.
Arab vandals smashed and burned tombstones, bushes and trees in the ancient Mount of Olives cemetery Tuesday night.
Fragile pages of possibly the world's oldest Qur'an could pre-date the birth of Islam's founder, prophet Mohammed.
Turkish officials helped return the 21-year-old man, the Foreign Ministry announced Tuesday.
Obama knows how to capitalize on the bulk of American Jews, who want Israel to be a nice Jewish boy that doesn’t make them feel...
The boundary, enabling Jewish students to carry on Shabbat, will be made of plastic "lechies" on utility poles.
An Oxford University professor's new book uncovers what most Israelis know - that the Americans are not "Wild West" cowboys.