Anti-Israel Rioters Crash Israeli-Arab Pro-IDF Event in Lincoln Square Synagogue
Eventually the NYPD showed up, rounded up the rioters and released them—uncharged—outside.
Insider’s Guide to the Middle East: ‘Catch the Jew’
Read "Catch the Jew" to learn the truth about Israel, Israelis, Arab Palestinians and the havoc-wreaking NGOs in the region.
Israeli ‘Law and Order Bill’ Approved by Cabinet
A bill to enforce the law in planning and construction across all populations has just passed the government.
Ayoub Kara Appointed Minister of Communications
PM Netanyahu will be handing over this closely guarded ministry to Ayoub Kara.
Arab School Principal Suspended over his IDF Service
An Education Ministry inspector allegedly leaked the information about his IDF service to the activists.
Haifa’s Arab Food Festival Brings Jewish and Arab Chefs Together
Jewish and Arab master chefs are combining their skills in Haifa to create culinary heaven at a unique festival.
Israel’s Supreme Court Reduces Sentence for Druze Spy
In August 2012, Makat was released from prison after serving 27 years for previous security offenses.
Druze Community to Demonstrate Along Syrian Border
Thousands are expected to attend, and the protest in a show of support for the endangered Druze community across the border in Syria.
Druze Mob Attacks IDF Ambulance, Reportedly Kills Syrian Wounded
The IDF ambulance was transporting 2 wounded Syrian to an Israeli hospital.
Silencing the Lambs: New Minister Celebrates Appointment with Joyous Slaughter of 68 Lambs
Kara, who was born in 1955, originally planned to slaughter 61 sheep, to mark his 61 years on God's green earth.
First Official Turkish Delegation to Israel in 5 Years
The first official Turkish delegation to Israel in five years arrives to discuss a development project in Jenin.
IDF Suspends Druze Officer After Public Protest Against Nation-State Law
Somehow Israel's minority populations have been led to believe their rights have been or will be abrogated by the passage of this basic law.
Starting Monday: Nightly Curfew, Schools Shut Down in 40 Red Cities
The PM's press release referenced Proverbs 27:24. Is the PM growing philosophical in the face of a rising plague? We don't know.
Friday Night Infiltation into Beitar
Hundreds of IDF soldiers searched in the fog and rain for the Arab infiltrators into the Jewish town.
Study: Only 14% of Israeli Arabs See Themselves as ‘Palestinians’
52% of Jews believe that it would be better for Jews and Arabs to live separately so that the Jews can preserve their Jewish identity – while 77% of Arabs do not want to live separately.
Israel to Accept 100 Syrian Refugee Orphans
It's official: Israel will accept 100 Syrian orphans as refugees from the civil war across the border.
Druze Outrage Over Israeli Plan to Install Wind Turbines on Golan Heights
“A state of anger prevails among the people who have moved to their lands to prevent the Israeli authorities from installing the fans.”
MK Ayoub Kara: There are no Druze Spies
There are no Druze spies, since the founding of the state of Israel and until the Mashiach comes.
IDF Civil Administration Chief Brig.-Gen. Munir Amar, 47, Dies in Plane Crash
The Civil Administration chief was flying solo when his plane crashed. The cause of the accident is not clear.
Druze Soldier Indicted for Giving Classified Information to Syria
There has been an alarming increase in the number of traitors from the traditionally pro-Israel Druze community.
Druze MK Calls on Likud to Secure a Spot for Pollard on Its Election...
"For years we waited for the moment when you would make aliyah to Eretz Israel and, thank God, this day has come."
Arabs Riot in Terrorists’ Neighborhood, Jews Protest In Jerusalem Too
Both Arabs and Jews were out in force Tuesday night, making their sentiments known to law enforcement officials in Jerusalem.
Yitro’s Tomb to Be Transferred to Druze Community
The Druze believe they are descendants of Yitro.
Shaked Calls for Criminal Investigation of Israeli-Arab NGO
Druze members of Knesset also responded angrily to the report.
Israeli-Druze Policeman – First on Scene in Har Nof Massacre, Fighting for His Life
Officer Zidan Sayif saved lives in the Har Nof Massacre, but was shot in the head and is now fighting for his life.
Hero Police Officer Zidan Sayif has Died of his Wounds
Zidan Sayif's brave actions saved the lives of civilians in the synagogue.
Humanitarian Aid for Syrians Undermining Assad Propangada, Opposition Leaders Say
Syrians know that Israel has been helping families who have been wounded and displaced by the war.
Netanyahu Announces Establishment of New Druze Town
The town, the first of its kind since the state of Israel was founded, is to be established in the Lower Galilee near the northern city of Tiberias.
PM Vows to Reduce Gaps Between Arabs & Jews in Resources, Law Enforcement
PM Benjamin Netanyahu vows to reduce gaps between Jews and Arabs in resources and law enforcement.
Haifa U Sends Israeli-Arab, Druze, Students to Assist Syrian Refugees in Greece
"At first, I didn’t want the refugees we were helping to know I was a Druze, but they recognized me from my accent."