"Jew Incinerator" teen bullies in Chicago tormented a student, got slapped on the wrist. Message?
The "only sane plan" is to annex Area C in Judea and Samaria, says Economy Minister Naftali Bennett. Coalition crisis ahead?
The Lebanese Hezbollah guerrilla fighters are the most heavily armed in the region, other than Israel, the IDF warns.
Arab media are salivating over Jewish squabbles about internal Israeli divisions on policy reported by wire services.
A new petition has been launched demanding the release of incarcerated Israeli Jonathan Pollard.
The Prime Minister didn't mince words at Sunday's cabinet meeting, slamming the int'l community for embracing the Hamas government, while praising Australia for its moral clarity.
The US has been going after international banks who may have violated new money laundering laws.
The US is trying to reach an agreement with Iran on its nuclear weapons program so it can drop the sanctions against them.
Even those who don't live in South Carolina can participate in this expression of support for the Jewish State, by donating money to the Chabad specifically for this project.
Parliament speaker to ask US Secretary of State John Kerry to intervene, give up claim to coastal waters
Residents of southern Israel can rest easy: Hamas promised not to fire rockets at Israel from Gaza anymore!
Blaming Israel for the breakdown of peace talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority might be a convenient for John Kerry not to cause...
Sharansky admits that non-practicing Jews likely to assimilate, says Israel "only way" to keep connection to Judaism
Obama tried to re-set US-Muslim relations, but he has failed to meet the challenges of his time in office.
Kerry's friendly visit to Hezbollah dominated Lebanon was a message to Israel.
"There is no fig leaf large enough to cover Hamas' blood-drenched legacy," said the heads of the SWC.
The executive branch's embrace of the PUG will not be a group hug, according to some legislators.
Israel's security cabinet voted Monday night not to negotiate with a Palestinian Authority government backed by Hamas.
While some people were surprised by the move, regular readers of JewishPress.com saw this one coming a mile away.
According to PA law and in practice, the PA does not give stipends to terrorist prisoners' families, but salaries to the terrorist prisoners themselves.