The attack by the settlement of Ariel took place on a busy junction with a stolen car, evading Israeli intelligence despite the deployment of cameras and other means of observation across the West Bank to fight terror
Gili Sharir received a bronze medal on Saturday, just a day after two other female Israeli judokas were awarded a gold a bronze medal respectively
The two suspects who shot dead an Israeli at the entrance to the West Bank settlement of Ariel are not affiliated with any militant group, according to security sources
In light of growing tensions at Al-Aqsa, Yahya Sinwar slams the United Arab List's participation in Bennett's coalition as an 'unforgivable crime'
She was born amid a second intifada lockdown. She died 19 years later amid Israeli-Palestinian clashes
When Hanan Khadour was born, Jenin was under Israeli army lockdown due to Operation Defensive Shield, and her father had to carry her to the hospital in his arms. Three weeks ago she boarded a shared taxi in the same city, which was teeming with Israel...
Meanwhile, the debate over whether to stop classifying the Revolutionary Guards as a terror group is slowing the nuclear talks. Israel, the Saudis and the UAE see this decision as a test for Biden
After 20 years of research, Dr. Tova Dickstein has published a book on the food of the ancient Land of Israel, shattering several myths and reviving the memory of some long-forgotten dishes – with recipes
The shooting attack was carried out from inside a car by two assailants, IDF sources say
For nearly 20 years Adi Altschuler has been involved in social projects – from youth movements for people with special needs to new ways to commemorate the Holocaust. But today, she finds that the startup generation isn’t as generous as their elders. A...
The Hezbollah leader also calls on Jordan, Egypt and all Arab states 'to make clear to Israel that harming the Al-Aqsa Mosque is crossing a red line'