Gov’t, Peace Now Agree: DestroyThe government has accepted a Peace Now appeal and told the High Court it will destroy three new homes under construction in Migron in Samaria.
Torah Scroll for Maaleh ZeitimShavuot holiday joy continues as the first Torah scroll is brought to the new Jewish neighborhood on the Mount of Olives.
Video: Mr. Heavy Metal's Hatikva"Mr. Heavy Metal" Marty Friedman performs Hatikva with Japanese metal band in Israel. Jewish former Megadeth member rocks Tel Aviv.
Legal Warfare May Stop FlotillaThreats of a lawsuit against a firm supplying communications equipment to the IHH flotilla may stop it from sailing - without a shot being fired.
‘Assad Paid Arabs to Be Killed’Assad’s regime paid poor farmers $1,000 to protest at the Israeli border and $25,000 to families for each person killed, an opposition party says.
US Slams Flotilla 'Provocation'U.S. officials are taking a dim view of Turkish and European attempts to once again breach Israel's blockade of Gaza with a new flotilla.
PA Plans 'Fly In' At BG AirportPA activists have plans for an activists' "fly-in" to Ben Gurion Int'l Airport on "Naksa Day" and on July 8. But it may just be a lot of hot air.
Video: J'lem Flag DanceArutz Sheva TV accompanied the annual festive march in honor of Jerusalem Day and brings you the sights and sounds from the capital of Israel.
Yatom: Send Flotilla to GazaFormer Mossad chief Danny Yatom advises the government to first redirect flotilla ships to Ashdod, check them, and then send them to Gaza.
PM Meets Pre-Military StudentsPrime Minister Netanyahu met with students at the pre-military academy in Lod. "Education appears in the clearest way in preparatory academies."
Video: Jerusalem Day in YeshaMore than 5,000 people celebrated Jerusalem Day on Mount Grizim, overlooking Joseph’s Tomb (Kever Yosef) Tuesday night.
Jerusalem, Then and NowIn honor of Jerusalem Day, Israel National News brings you photos of the holy city from the distant past, and the present.
Bank of Israel Governor for IMF?Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer is a possible candidate to head the International Money Fund, but has made no final decision.
Free PA Ticket Beats Free SpeechA free software guru has cancelled speeches at Israeli universities after objections from Palestinian Authority Arabs, who paid for his ticket.
Israelis Oppose PA in JerusalemAn independent poll reveals that two-thirds of Israelis opposes a Palestinian Authority presence in Jerusalem and favor building for Jews.
United Jerusalem's 44th YearIsrael Tuesday night began celebrating the 44th year since the reunification Jerusalem in the Six-Day War in 1967, after 20 centuries of exile.
Schools Start August 26Breaking with tradition, the school year will start on August 26 rather than on September 1. This will allow schools traction before Rosh Hashana.
MKs Seek Probe of Tanker PacificThe Ofer Brothers Group and Tanker Pacific denies having illegally traded with Iran, as lawmakers call for an investigation of its practices.
Tomb of Samuel FestivitiesSpecial events are scheduled at the Tomb of Samuel on Jerusalem Day, the traditional date of the death of the Prophet Samuel.
'Joseph's Tomb Shooting Terror'Terror victims group slams Chief of Staff for failing to call shooting a terror attack, Ben-Ari calls to “fight the terrorists in uniform.”
IDF: PA Shooting was IntentionalPA officers' gunfire aimed at Jewish worshipers was not only unjustified, but an intentional attack, IDF investigators tell Chief of Staff.
Moskowitz Prize on MondayThe annual Moskowitz Prize for Zionism will be awarded Monday to Rabbis Yehoshua Fass of Nefesh B’Nefesh and Chanan Porat, and to Meir Dagan.
Bibi: Jerusalem Heart of IsraelPrime Minister Netanyahu, feeling the political winds in his favor, told the Cabinet Sunday that a unified Jerusalem is “the heart of the country.”
Report: Israel Oil Ships in IranA shipping firm linked to Israeli billionaire Sammy Ofer allegedly docked seven oil tankers at an Iranian port despite US sanctions.
New Lymphoma Cure Passes Phase 2A new treatment for lymphoma, a type of cancer, has passed its Phase II clinical trial. CT-011 is produced by CureTech, a Teva company.
Former IDF Chief: 'I Failed' Former IDF Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi told an academic audience Wednesday he had “failed” to find kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit.
109-Year-Old Gets New Nose "I must go down to the sea again," said 109 year old Meir Korner, after 60 years of sun at the Haifa beach led to a nose job at Rambam Hospital.
US: Arabs Must Show ‘Good Will’The White House, in a rare departure from “even-handed statements,” says the Palestinian Authority must begin “to give Israel confidence.”
Video: Israel Helps US Security“We can trust Israelis” to help with U.S. security, says Maine Sen. Collins in one of several videos prepared by AIPAC for its annual conference.
Road 1 to be ExpandedRoad 1 at the entrance to Jerusalem will be expanded, and the highway will soon be three lanes wide, relieving traffic.
Math Exams = High TensionApproximately 300,000 Israeli students tackle tricky math matriculation exams Monday, and officials hope there won’t be leaked answers this time.
Schneller to Kadima: Back BibiMK Otniel Schneller is calling for his party to rise above politics and support Netanyahu. Now is not the time for 'political games,' he says.
'Get' Refusal Bill Faces VoteA bill calling for sanctions against Jewish husbands who abandon their wives without giving a bill of divorce has been submitted to Knesset.
Rally against ‘Israel’s Suicide’Protesters will wear nooses around their necks Sunday to express that Israel will not commit suicide by accepting Obama’s “Auschwitz borders.”
Arab World Boos Obama-NetanyahuArabs are unhappy with Obama’s meeting with Netanyahu. Talks are “useless,” says Hamas. Arab League: Why doesn’t Israel negotiate with Hamas?
IDF Mulls Death Penalty RequestNot for the first time, the IDF is considering the death penalty for blood-thirsty terrorists, this time for the murderers of the Fogels of Itamar.
Bibi on Obama: Friendly Dispute Netanyahu’s publicly contradicting Obama’s attempt to shrink Israel’s borders is only “a friendly argument, he insists. Or was it a tantrum?
'Lag B'Omer a Jewish Victory'“A huge Lag B’Omer bonfire in the heart of the Shomron recalls Rabbi Shimon Ben Yochai’s diplomatic victory over the Roman Empire.”
Religious-Zionist World ChangingA new study exposes the growing ideological diversity in the religious-Zionist world, names the three groups that influence most.
Dutch Couple Righteous GentilesA Dutch couple will posthumously receive the Righteous Among the Nations award from Yad Vashem next Monday for their bravery.
NYT: Israel is Wedge for AssadNYT: Israel has become a weapon in the arsenal of Syrian President Bashar Assad against grassroots protesters trying to topple his regime.