PM Netanyahu flew to Russia to meet with Russian Pres. Putin on crucial security issues, the last day before the start of Passover.
The Gaza-based Hamas terror group confirms a 19-year-old local Arab recruit bombed an Egged bus this week in Jerusalem.
Security forces arrested in Judea and Samaria overnight eight Arabs suspected of terrorism and membership in terrorist groups.
The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a $1.75 billion award to relatives of American military victims of terror, against U.S.-held assets of an Iranian bank.
"The learning of the Holocaust lessons in the state is done selectively and manipulatively."
“Most of the offenses discussed in this case did not involve casualties and are no more than quarrels [between neighbors],” responded attorney Aaron Rosa.
The soldiers were injured while protecting engineers demolishing the home of a terrorist who killed a young woman while she was shopping in a supermarket.
Sderot Mayor Alon Davidi objected to the IDF plan to evacuate all the civilians who reside next to the Gaza border during an emergency.
Protesters held signs reading “A dead terrorist can’t return to murdering Jews,”
Saritah never got past the Istanbul airport, as his passport was expired. He then had to fly to Israel to fix his papers, where upon arrival he was arrested by the Shabak.
Last May, Åsa Romson said about the situation in the Mediterranean refugee crisis: "We are turning the Mediterranean into the new Auschwitz."
In early February, Turkish president Recep Erdogan sought an audience with President Vladimir Putin, but he is yet to receive an invitation.
The speedy development cost all of $60 million and no one else but Israel has it.
The Jewish killer of a young Arab teen has been convicted in an Israeli court. The PA praises killers of Jews.
Sweden’s foreign minister, Margot Wallström—remember her?—said the comments were “terrible.”
"There is at the moment no political will that I observed among Israelis or Palestinians to move forward with serious negotiations."
"We proudly stand with the Israeli people in their ongoing struggle against terror."
Jordan faces a lot of opposition to the project by Muslims who feared their terrorists could be identified by the cameras.
21 people are injured. Security forces are trying to determine if it was from a terror attack.
Police took separate action against dozens of field operators whose involvement was being exposed.