PA to kids: Don't be afraid to die martyr's deathPalestinian Authority press report tells children that the way youths can reach ‘excellence and greatness’ is to die as martyrs.
Man steals his own files from Israel Tax AuthorityA Ramat Gan resident made off with 22 boxes of information, after the Israel Tax Authority opened an investigation into him.
Parents of lone soldier mark his 10th yahrzeit in JerusalemFallen soldier who inspired 'Lone Soldier Centers' remembered at 10th anniversary of his death in Lebanon War.
Watch: The expelees brought Torah and prayer to the KibbutzThe expelled residents of Elei Sinai in Gush Katif eventually found residence in Kibbutz Palmachim. Now they are building a synagogue.
Israeli windsurfer misses out on Olympic medalMaayan Davidovich unable to win a medal at the Rio Olympics, coming in ninth place in the final competition. Her sister: We're proud of her.
'Removing Israel's flag is surrendering to terror'MK Yoel Razvozov talks about his letter to the Olympic Committee demanding Israel be treated like all other countries at sporting events.
'Kahlon is striking investors on the head with a hammer'Pending heavy taxation, real estate investors say they won't stop buying new apartments - but they won't be intent on selling them, either.
Tehina company shut down over Salmonella infection'Hansich' tehina company shut down until further notice by Health Ministry; 'Irresponsible, negligent, and unprofessional conduct.'
Cameraman attacked by illegal infiltrators in South Tel AvivDuring filming, a Channel 20 cameraman was attacked by illegal infiltrators in South Tel Aviv. One of them kicked the reporter's stomach.
A solution for the carnage on the roads?Traffic expert praises Minister Gilad Erdan's plan to place cameras in every intersection with a traffic light to raise deterrence.
MKs denied entry to Temple Mount on Jewish day of mourningMKs requesting to enter Temple Mount premises were rejected today, the commemoration of the Temple's destruction.
Taxi fined 10,000 shekels for turning away a blind womanJerusalem courts have ruled in favor of Ora Darsha, who was left standing in the rain when a taxi refused to let her ride with her dog.
2 killed, 2 seriously injured in road accidentsCarnage on the roads continues: 2 separate collisions result in total of 1 dead, 7 injured.
Will Ofra be destroyed?One of the largest cities in Binyamin, Ofra, recently lost its zoning permit for large swaths of the city. Arutz Sheva went to find out why.
Bnei Dekalim - Commemoration, construction, and UnityEvacuees from Gush Katif in Bnei Dekalim remember what they have lost while working tirelessly to build their new community.
Left rages as Liberman stops IDF volunteering with infiltratorsMK Michal Rozin (Meretz): "Liberman is taking advantage of his position to enforce his worldview."
Israeli Olympians pay taxes when they winSports Minister Miri Regev: "Unacceptable" to take from Olympic athletes after all "they have already given."
Watch: Together as oneCaught on camera: Israel unites at the Western Wall, societal differences forgotten on the national day of mourning.
Girls vandalize synagogue in Petah Tikva - out of boredomWorshippers stunned to find synagogue in Petah Tikva defaced with graffiti of Christian symbol. The suspects - two teenage Jewish girls.
Drugged truck driver indicted for murderProsecutors have indicted Kamal Diab, who killed two women and a baby while driving under the influence. The charge: murder.
Congressman who called Yesha Jews 'termites' toured IsraelHank Johnson, who recently compared Jewish communities over the Green Line to 'termites' toured Israel, including Judea and Samaria in May.
Watch live: Tisha B'Av learning marathon in Ohr SameahHidabrut's special Tisha B'Av Torah marathon on the destruction of Jerusalem.
'We're not embarrassed to say it: We want to rebuild the Temple'Thousands march around Old City walls, marking beginning of Tisha B'Av.
'IDF should help Holocaust survivors, not illegal immigrants'Following protest in south Tel Aviv, Defense Minister orders end to volunteer programs for IDF soldiers in illegal immigrant communities.
US 'deeply concerned' by Israel's plans to relocate AmonaUS rips possible Israeli plan to relocate Samarian town to nearby site.
Second medal for Israel: Or Sasson wins bronze in judoHours after his Egyptian rival refused to shake his hand, Israeli judoka Or Sasson wins bronze medal in a consolation round.
Egyptian judoka refuses to shake Israeli rival's handIsraeli judoka Or Sasson makes semifinals at Rio Olympics, but not before his Egyptian rival is booed for refusing to shake Sasson's hand.
Father afraid for missing toddler's fate, police turn him awayA toddler and his divorced mother disappeared 40 days ago. Police told Ariel, the child's father, that they cannot legally help him.
Watch: She won $18,000, but prefers Bible studyGitta Neufeld, $18,000 winner of game show "Jeopardy," tells Arutz Sheva why she attends the Gush Etzion Bible Conference year after year.
Bus driver rushes passenger to hospital - in his busA Haifa bus driver exhibited outstanding resourcefulness yesterday, when he turned his bus into an ambulance.
Are police afraid of Itamar Ben-Gvir?Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir took action after police refused him and his son entry to the Temple Mount.
Bnei Brak main roads to be closed to private trafficTo combat the stand-still traffic in the central haredi city, local officials have revealed a plan to turn the main roads into HOV lanes.
Hatzalah medics save a boy - by making him laughA five year-old who had been struck by a car hysterically refused treatment - until a medical clown and EMT saved the day.
Watch: Minister Bennett marks 11 years since Gush KatifSpeaking to Arutz Sheva, Minister Naftali Bennett shares his feelings over the Disengagement, which changed Israel's history, 11 years ago.
Approved unanimously: Biannual budget passedOn the cusp of calling new elections, the government has finally passed a new budget. Education Minister: Government truly values education.
MK Glick: Gush Katif 'dreamers' will return homeLikud MK and Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick speaks to Arutz Sheva about what he thinks it would take to get Gaza back.
Auditor for the prosecution: Justice Minister picks David RosenLegal Forum for the Land of Israel: "The position of the Audit Commissioner needs...knowledge of how to act responsibly and without fear"
The Bible-study revolutionMore than 7,000 people gathered this week to study Torah together at the world's largest Bible conference in Gush Etzion.
Moody's affirms Israel's A1 credit ratingMoody's Investors Service affirms Israel's credit ratings with a stable outlook.
Watch: Gush Katif evacuees rebuild synagogues11 years after the expulsion from Gush Katif, the evacuees are building synagogues in their renewed communities.
Gush Katif residents gather 'Homeward'In a rally along the Gazan border, Gush Katif supporters chanted: "We will yet return to Gush Katif!"
"Doctors' strike - illegitimate"Rabbi Ido Rachnitz questions the religious legitimacy of the ongoing doctors' strike.
Jewish Home MK: No subsidy, no budgetMK Moti Yogev is championing tuition breaks for Religious Zionist schools. "The Jewish Home faction will pass this test."
Arab tries to seduce girl in heart of religious neighborhoodRabbanit Yehudit Shilat relates her "frightening" experience today during which she saw an Arab man trying to pick up a religious girl.
Boy gets stuck in Jacuzzi, in critical conditionA boy whose finger got stuck in the engine of a Jacuzzi in a private home in Tel Aviv is in critical condition.
Kosher: Is a certificate enough to go on?Is a kosher certificate hanging on the wall of a restaurant enough to safely assume that the food in the restaurant is kosher?
Watch: 'I care more about Palestinians than their own leaders'In an address posted on Facebook, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu reveals the truth about Hamas, and calls on Gaza to help its own people.
Ancient Roman bath house discovered under modern mikvahThe Old City of Jerusalem will soon be hosting a new mikvah - with two thousand year-old roots.
President marks Tisha B'Av with a Torah study sessionIn the run-up the Jews' most tragic day of mourning, President Reuven Rivlin finds solace and unity in Torah study.
Two women killed in accident in the northA two-car accident on Highway 66 left two dead, and three more critically injured.
Eleven years later: 'we can't let things deteriorate'"The Disengagement brought upon us a human, Zionist, and security tragedy, and the warnings proved to be true."
'Surrounded by Palestinian policemen, we thought it was the end'Two closet installers end up in a Palestinian village where they are detained by policemen and threatened.
Salmonella warning for tehina productsIn latest of series of food product recalls in Israel, Shamir company warns of possible Salmonella in products containing tehina.
Poll: Coalition up, opposition down as Labor plummetsLabor drops 8 mandates in latest poll, while Jewish Home, Yesh Atid surge.
Most Israelis think religious legislation reduces observancePoll by religious group shows majority of Israelis, think aspects of religious laws problematic, especially as they concern marriage.
Kahlon blocks funds for Jewish communities in Judea and SamariaFinance Minister shuts down talks with Agriculture Ministry over funding for projects across Judea and Samaria.
Prospective IDF soldiers: Will you abandon us if we're wounded?High school graduates from Ofra, home of wounded soldier unable to return home because of bureaucratic red tape, make emotional appeal.