Palestinian Arabs arrested for visiting a sukkahPA security forces arrests three Arabs who visited the sukkah of the mayor of Efrat.
'UN High Commissioner pushing peace farther away'Mayor of Efrat says UNHCR High Commissioner doesn't understand the harm he causes when calling for boycotts of Judea and Samaria.
Watch: What did the mayor of Efrat do in Washington?Efrat mayor Oded Revivi brought a message of hope and practical advice to the IAC conference.
EU parliament members go after Judea & Samaria athletes66 members of EU parliament send letter to FIFA President demanding that clubs stop operations in Judea & Samaria or be banned from IFA.
Facing peace push, 'settlers' present a new face to the worldEfrat Mayor Oded Revivi makes the case of the Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria to the world.
'This is how the Nazi movement started'Mayor of Efrat sees dangerous precedent in London Underground anti-Semitic BDS campaign.
Why Efrat is Good for the EconomyEfrat mayor explains what life is like in Judea-Samaria communities; author discusses 'are we on the brink of a new Cold War?'
Mayor of Efrat: 'Additional Forces Not the Answer'Tension and violence occurring throughout all of Israel. Mayor Revivi: Security will only be achieved when incitement is stopped.
'There's No Doubt We're in the Midst of a Third Intifada'Davidi Perl, head of the Gush Etzion Regional Council, calls on the government to fight terrorism in wake of second attack.
Efrat Mayor: Annexation is New False Accusation Against IsraelMayor Oded Revivi slams mislabeling of Israel building on its own land as 'annexation,' pens letter to New York Times over misnomer.
‘Facebook Saved Lives’ During Winter StormFacebook, city websites credited with keeping residents up-to-date – and safe – during unusually harsh snowstorm.
Efrat: We Prepared for Snow ahead of TimeMayor Oded Revivi tells Arutz Sheva preparations for the storm began a week before it began.
Efrat’s New Square - A Step Towards NormalcyThe city of Efrat launched its new square on Tuesday. Heads and residents of nearby Arab villages were invited - a sign of neighborliness.