IDF soldiers have demolished the home of a Hamas commander who led the murder Rabbi Eitan and Na'ama Henkin in Samaria.
Three terrorists murdered 14 and seriously wounded 17 in San Bernardino on Wednesday.
The judge agreed that "some of the posts may be sufficient to establish a suspicion of a violation of the prohibition against publishing praise to acts of violence."
An Arab woman hid a knife in a yogurt bottle when she reached the checkpoint, thinking to get past Israeli security. Nice try.
French police have shut down three mosques under new emergency laws for spreading radicalism and encouraging jihad.
Russian officials presented materials on Wednesday that they said proved Turkey's leadership is "involved in illegal oil trade with ISIS."
Children exposed to the horrific photos and videos of terror attacks on social networks have developed symptoms of anxiety in public places.
In October 2015, FBI Director James Comey revealed that the FBI had a staggering 900 active investigations against homegrown violent extremists.
Israeli security forces operated in Judea and Samaria overnight to capture 28 terrorist suspects. They were handed over for interrogation.
Police and IDF soldiers protected workers who demolished a terrorist's home in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat.
The State Dept. authorized non-essential staff and family members at the U.S. Embassy in Mali to leave the country. A travel advisory was issued.
There is a $6,000 tax ISIS collects from any local wishing to flee, making an escape from the war difficult for most.
Yitzchak Gabai, 23, was sent to prison for the arson attack on a Jewish-Arab school that promotes coexistence.
PA minister says Arab women in the Palestinian Authority are "unique" - they greet the death of their sons with "cries of joy."
The home of an Arab terrorist who murdered an IDF soldier a year ago is safe from demolition thanks to a stay of execution by the Supreme Court.
Israel wants Google to clamp down on PA's incitement to violence videos.
Thousands of airport workers in Paris are under review; 57 have already had security passes revoked.
Two more stabbings were prevented in two different locations in the space of 20 minutes.
Jerusalem's Light Rail came under attack on Tuesday morning. No passengers injured but the train was damaged - again.
The wounded man walked into a local bakery, where they then called for help.