Syrian state media was filled with praise for Israeli Druze who lynched an IDF ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
Israel's Druze leadership speaks out to condemn lynch attack on IDF ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
DM Moshe Ya'alon condemns Israeli Druze lynch of ambulance bearing Syrian wounded.
A beautiful young girl is the grand prize in the ISIS Ramadan Koran contest. A teenage girl is the prize for 2nd and 3rd place winners.
Israeli Druze attack an IDF ambulance carrying a Syrian patient.
His mission was to have vodka produces from the seven species of the land of Israel - figs, dates, pomegranate, wheat, barley, olive and grapes.
China seems intent on trying to stamp out Islam in Xinjiang with a ban on Ramadan fasting.
The foreign and local media are telling the world that a few lunatic Jews tried to burn a church but are silent on wholesale Palestinian Authority hate.
Vandals left graffiti that quoted a prayer in which it is written "cut off their false idols" but forgot the verse from the Torah that "you shall set a king over yourself."
On behalf of the U.S. State Department, John Kerry wished all Muslims a "happy and blessed Ramadan."
"Who Are You, Eshbaʽal Ben Beda?" The fourth inscription revealed so far dating to the Kingdom of Judah.
Israel's Chief Ashkenazi Rabbi David Lau says there is "no intention" to dismiss Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
France began prosecuting 15 suspected terrorists Monday for planning jihad against Jews in Paris.
Israel allowed 190 Arabs from Gaza to pray at the Al Aqsa mosque on Friday.
Rabbi Binyomin Klein, 79, long-time aide of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, zt'l passed away Friday morning.
Hundreds of Jews barricaded themselves inside the lower hall of King David's tomb on Mount Zion on Sunday morning to prevent a Christian Mass ceremony in the Jewish prayer hall.
New York celebrates one of its largest, most popular parades of the year, starting at 11 am: the Israel Day Parade.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky expresses his firm support for Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin plans appeal to Supreme Court over fight to stay in his position; city's mayor also vows support.
An extremely rare 1,000-year-old ketuba inscribed in Aramaic is now on exhibit in the National Library in Jerusalem.
The ancient Yemenite synagogue in Jerusalem's Shiloach area came under repeated attack during prayers over Shavuot.
The Chief Rabbinate will invite Rabbi Riskin for a hearing on whether to extend his term, ostensibly because of his age but possibly because of his views on conversion.
Israel finally has a Foreign Minister who is not ashamed to say the word "God."
An Arab language website sent a reporter, dressed as a Jew, to the streets of Cairo.
Israeli Pres. Rivlin expresses deep concern after vandals torch a Bnei Akiva building and synagogue in northern Israel.