Camera crews visiting United Nations-funded schools for Palestinians have uncovered new evidence that teachers are indoctrinating students with extremism and anti-Semitism.
An attack on a Catholic church that saw an 84-year-old priest killed is an attack against all religions, the head of the European Jewish Congress said.
One of the most dramatic court cases in Israeli military history got into full swing this week, as prosecutors cross-examined an IDF soldier who fatally shot a Palestinian who was lying on the ground.
A reconciliation deal between Israel and Turkey will not be affected by the attempted military coup, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.
NICE’s Jewish community held Shabbat activities in a spirit of solidarity and defiance after a terrorist killed scores of people in the city in southern France.
Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu sent incoming British PM Theresa May a warm welcome this week in a letter of congratulations.
For the first time in almost a decade, Egypt’s Foreign Minister visited Israel this week, signalling the new diplomatic romance between the two countries is thriving.
Israel has responded to the latest terror by angrily pointing fingers at the Palestinian leadership and at Facebook – and by taking some major policy moves.
The family of the latest terror victim sat Shiva this week, as the mother of the terrorist, a boy just four years older than his victim, lauded him as a hero.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu launched a tour of East Africa by marking the 40th anniversary of the raid at Entebbe that killed his brother.