The IDF has installed concrete barriers along Route 889 to protect against northern terror attacks.
There are no hard and fast figures on the PA annual GDP, but it is estimated to hover between a low of $3 billion and an all time high, in 2012, of $6 billion. Israel’s annual GDP currently stands at $304 billion.
In what appears like a page from a dirty trick play book, Police were asking to extend the young man's detention by a few more days to prepare the indictment for a brawl he had as a teen.
US Rep. Peter King (R-NY) warns that ISIS leader Al-Bagdadi isn't wrong in saying the terror group is stronger.
The families' names are concealed under a court gag order, and so they are not afforded the right to publicly protest their predicament.
Two trial by media campaigns will be competing for our attention starting later this week, one, the government's, the other, run by the defense. Get out your handkerchiefs.
Three have been arrested on Highway 1 for bringing illegal Palestinian Authority Arabs into Israel.
The government has raised security around Minister Naftali Bennett in response to threats he received.
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan proposed a penalty of nearly half a million shekels for hiring illegal Arab workers.
Alert Jerusalem police foiled a terror attack on Sunday, disarming a suspicious-looking Arab teen.
Two IDF soldiers are wounded in a terrorist attack near the Huwara checkpoint.
Two ISIS terrorists are dead and a third wounded by Egyptian security personnel in Sinai.
A female Arab terrorist tried to enter the Cave of the Patriarch with a knife, but failed.
A female Arab was disarmed after a knife was found during a search a checkpoint near Maale Shomron.
Major cities in Europe are on high alert in response to a warning by a "friendly" intelligence service.
“Abbas could say that these actions are not in the Palestinians’ national interests, for example, or that he will stop paying salaries to imprisoned terrorists. That would be enough [to stop the terror].”
The attack happened near the Center-1 shopping mall on Hatzvi street in Jerusalem.
The Jerusalem terrorist was shot and killed before he could cause injuries. A car ramming attack near Shechem, wounded one soldier. The terrorist was shot dead.
IDF soldiers are now protecting the passengers.
Slanted coverage by international journalists is not a new phenomenon in the Middle East, especially in dealing with the Arab-Israeli conflict.
U.S. and other Western embassies issue security alerts for citizens in the Sanlitun district of Beijing on December 25.
A Japanese journalist is being held hostage by a terrorist group in Syria; execution is threatened if ransom is not paid.
Two Israeli Arabs are indicted on charges of working for ISIS and plotting an attack on IDF soldiers at the Golani Junction in northern Israel.
One injured, terrorist dead.
Halil was caught however, by chance misfortune, when he attempted to cross the border from Turkey to Syria.