Watch live: 'Hakafot Shniyot' celebrated tonightAcross Israel, Jews take to the streets singing and dancing with Torah scrolls in the customary conclusion to Sukkot and Simhat Torah.
Liberman: next war will be Hamas's lastIn interview with Arab newspaper, Defense Minister says Israel will lift Gaza siege if Hamas stops digging tunnels, firing rockets.
MK Hazan: This isn't North KoreaMK Oren Hazan rejects bill proposed by coalition chairman that would forbid Israelis from appearing before the UN Security Council.
Where are the human rights organizations?Netanyahu urges the international community to help free four Palestinian Arabs who were arrested for visiting Efrat mayor's sukkah.
Western Wall plaza flooded by thousandsThousands continue to flood the Western Wall plaza on the occasion of the Hoshana Rabbah holiday.
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The Bible Marathon - in picturesThis week, the Bible Marathon took place, winding from Rosh Ha'ayin to ancient Shiloh. Here, in pictures.
Watch: Hundreds gather for holiday prayer on the Mount of OlivesHundreds gathered in powerful early-morning prayer on the Mount of Olives, overlooking the Temple Mount complex, in honor of Hoshana Rabbah.
10 issues Israel must address before another warTel Aviv think-tank lists ten issues that Israel must consider as military confrontations in north and south appear inevitable.
First time in 1,000 years: Yom Kippur service on Temple MountNow it can be told: Shortly after the Six Day War, Moshe Dayan allowed Priests to perform sacred service on the Temple Mount.
Republican Israel event downsizedEvent featuring speeches by Trump and Pence will be geared to American Evangelicals watching at home.
UNESCO head to Bennett: Heritage of Jerusalem is indisputableUNESCO head reacted to Naftali Bennett's suspension of Israeli ties with UNESCO, after the latter's recent history-defying resolution.
French town commemorates Alfred DreyfusPersecuted Jewish officer honored with a statue. Dutch town honors Holocaust survivor and writer Jules Schelvis with a street sign.
Police arrest 19 for holiday-season terrorismPolice undertook operational activity last night to locate and arrest terror suspects during the Jewish holidays of recent weeks.
Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize mention deleted from his websiteDylan has not acknowledged the award at any of his performances in the week since the Nobel committee’s announcement.
Two brothers arrested over haredi landlord’s 2014 murderErskin and Kendall Felix were taken into custody for their alleged roles in the killing of Brooklyn businessman Menachem Stark in 2014.
Media peeks into ISIS tunnelsAs Kurdish-Iraqi forces advance on Mosul, ISIS's tunnels, which served as bomb shelters and storerooms, are being discovered.
'Where they cut life short, we will add goodness'Old City youth dedicated a coffee corner at the site where Rabbi Nehemia Lavi and Aharon Benita were murdered by a terrorist one year ago.
Hamas: The unity of 'Palestine' is holy"Palestine borders on Lebanon and Egypt, and extends from the River to the Sea.”
Suspected murder in SamariaA 44-year-old Arab woman was found dead early this morning at the Yakir Junction in Samaria, in a suspected criminal incident.
Shady hacking group claims responsibility for major cyberattack“We didn’t do this to attract federal agents, only test power.”
Super-Pharm taking steps to sell medical marijuanaIsrael’s largest pharmacy chain is working with the government to implement reform that would make medical marijuana more widely available.