The stoning attacks near Beitar Illit continues.
The female terrorist pulled out the knife and charged at the Border Policeman.
Turkish security officials foiled massive terror attacks in a raid that netted suicide bombing belts, detonators and weapons.
French counter-terrorism forces arrested a 16-year-old girl and 3 men, and found 70 grams of TATP.
An Arab terrorist attempted a hit-and-run attack with IDF soldiers, but failed to hit the target, so he ran instead.
Despite pressure from Egypt, a source has told a Hebrew-language news site that ISIS now controls Gaza military tunnels.
Hamas blamed the Israeli military for the attack, but the IDF was unaware of the incident and said maybe Egypt was responsible.
Eleven people were treated for severe trauma; four missiles were fired at the city.
A Syrian mortar shell exploded in northern Israel near the border in the Golan Heights.
IDF soldiers are out every night hunting homemade weapons "factories" and terrorist cells in Judea, Samaria and Binyamin.
PA's Abbas told French Pres. Hollande, "If the colonization continues, I would have no other choice; it would not be my fault."
Numerous Israeli drivers came under stoning attacks but none were physically injured though several escaped with damaged cars.
Most environmentalists and concerned politicians wish the temporary court ordered closure was permanent.
In no country did the number of respondents that disagreed with stopping all Muslim immigration surpass 32%.
The Elbit training platform provides a rich and up-to-date selection of simulated attack scenarios, including ransomware.
Another attempted infiltration prevented. But Minister Bennett is now warning the question of war is no longer "if" but rather, "when."
The vehicle came under a hail of rocks which smashed the windshield. The driver was smart enough to keep going.
The members of the terrorist cell were throwing Molotov cocktails at Israeli drivers on Highway 443 and 436 in the Binyamin region.
Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.
Dr. Shahvar explains that the Iranian regime interpreted Obama’s policy as being weak and feeble. Only a strong and threatening policy will lead Iran to refrain from escalating its actions.