PA Slams Israel's New Housing The Palestinian Authority has slammed Israel's effort to relieve its housing shortage in two towns in Judea and Samaria.
No Punishment in Shalit LeakA terrorist who leaked information about the Shalit trade failure will not be punished, since prison authorities do not know who he is.
Good News on Mount of OlivesSurprise: activist Aryeh King says Arab violence on Mount of Olives has dropped sharply as security has increased.
Israel to Strike Iran Soon?A former CIA operative says Israel is likely to strike Iran before the Palestinian Authority attempts to win membership at the U.N.
Saddam Era Officials Handed OverFive Saddam-era officials, including two of the late dictator's half-brothers, are slated for execution after being handed over to Iraqi officials
Protest for Temple MountActivists protest anti-Jewish discrimination on the Temple Mount and Muslim disrespect for the site's holiness.
Barkan Honors AchimeirThe town of Barkan moves to honor revisionist leader Abba Achimeir, decades after changing name and offending family.
Ketzaleh Wins Praise for FenceEven political opponents admit that the fence along Egyptian border is a success. Ketzaleh continues to push migrant city.
UN Wants Media Bias for ‘Peace’The United Nations has removed any doubts about objectivity on the “peace process.” It asks media to be biased and blames Israel for its failure.
Turkey Aims at Al Qaeda A sting operation targeting the Al Qaeda international terrorist organization has netted 14 suspects in the Turkish province of Ankara.
IDF Kills Fleeing Terror SuspectIDF killed one Arab north of Shechem during a search for terrorists. The military said the suspect fled and did not obey soldiers' orders to halt.
Bibi and Peres Thank Greek Pres.President Peres and Prime Minister Netanyahu met with Greek Greek President Karolos Papoulias and thanked him for his support of Israel.
South Sudan: We Love IsraelSenior official in the newly formed country of South Sudan: Israel is a friendly country and we love the people of Israel.
EU Members Against PA StatehoodMore than 100 members of the European Parliament urge the EU to discourage the Palestinian Authority's bid for a unilateral recognition of a state.
US, Jews to UN: 'Sack Falk!'The United States, joined by American Jewish groups, has called on the United Nations to sack its rapporteur on PA rights, Richard Falk.
Tale of Torture in SyriaA demonstrator talks: Protesters in Syria are being beaten and tortured. Twitter is being monitored by the government. Facebook is not safe.
ISM Behind Anti-Israel Fly-InThe International Solidarity Movement and other left-wing groups are planning the massive fly-in this week to stir up unrest in Judea and Samaria.
Poll: Jews Like Obama a Bit LessA new Gallup poll released Tuesday indicates that Jewish support for President Obama has slipped over the past months – but only slightly.
Neturei Karta Support SaalahAnti-Zionist fringe group Neturei Karta in London expresses support for Sheikh Ra’ad Salah, who was arrested by Britain.
Ethical Guidelines May Slow NIFWatchdog group NGO Monitor formulates guidelines for NGOs and their funders, to make it harder for the New Israel Fund to endanger Israel.
Peres Awards ‘Elite’ ReservistsPresident Peres awards reservists for excellence and tells them they are a special elite force, as civilians who still fight for the country.
Syria Shoots Boxing ChampionSyrian protests spread in numbers and frequency as Assad’s forces shoot to kill and wound an Olympic boxing champ. Police confiscate mobile videos.
'Israel Ready for Any Scenario'As Israel prepares for Friday’s ‘fly in’ to Ben Gurion Airport, Minister Edelstein says Israel is prepared for any scenario.
Barak Suspends Body TransferBarak suspends Netanyahu’s order to transfer 84 bodies of terrorists to the Palestinian Authority because the move might hurt freeng Schalit.
IDF Removes R. Melamed’s BookOfficers’ training base has Rabbi Zalman Melamed’s “Some Ask” book removed for determining that orders to evict Jews should be refused.
Flotilla Activists Reject AidPro-Hamas flotilla activists expose their political agenda and reject a Greek offer to guarantee shipping aid to Gaza through Israeli ports.
400 Homes for Judea, SamariaThe government will allow a small number of new building tenders for Judea and Samaria, all in “settlement blocs.”
Hizbullah: UN Judge Likes IsraelHizbullah terrorist chief Hassan Nasrallah accused the Special Lebanon Tribunal president of being "close" to Israel. Four terrorists are indicted.
Rocket Attack on NegevTerrorists in Hamas-controlled Gaza resumed rocket fire on the Negev Sunday. The missile exploded in an open area. The IDF has not retaliated.
No Life Raft for FlotillaNo life raft for the Gaza-bound flotilla: Greece has anchored it, the Quartet is against it, and a Congressman says US activists face arrest.
Mikati and Hariri ClashSaad Hariri and Najib Mikati have two clashing approaches to stability following the Hizbullah indictments.
British Jew-Hatred Lives OnBritain is, and has been, one of the most anti-Semitic countries in the world, says Hebrew University Professor Robert Wistrich.
Israel Nabs Hamas LawmakerThe IDF arrested a Hamas lawmaker and three other officials Tuesday in the area of Shechem. Currently 14 Hamas terrorist lawmakers are detained.
Fayyad: UN's 'PA State' SymbolicPalestinian Authority Prime Minister Salam Fayyad acknowledged Tuesday that U.N. recognition of its “state” would change nothing.
New Pilots to ‘Get Their Wings’ Israel’s newest Air Force pilots “receive their wings” in IDF ceremonies this week at the Negev base of Hatzerim, five miles east of Be’er Sheva.
Bilin Protests: Money, MoneyThe real reason for Bilin riots is that protesters earn cash for throwing stones, says the IDF, which is relocating the fence, the supposed cause.
Iranian War Games For Peace!Iran's Revolutionary Guard commander says its 'Great Prophet-6' war games is 'a message of peace and friendship to countries in the area.'