Why travel 6,000 miles to Hevron?Thousands defied Arab terror to visit the Cave of the Patriarchs for Shabbat Chayei Sara; one American pilgrim explains why he's not afraid.
Missing Soldier's Parents: Hadar is AliveParents of missing soldier Hadar Goldin anguished at prospect of IDF withdrawal without their son, gov't abandoning him.
Shomron Conference Held in NYCHundreds gathered at the West Side Institutional Synagogue in Manhattan for the Israel Advocacy Conference.
Samaria Establishes Its Own Foreign MinistrySamaria regional authority is not waiting for the Foreign Ministry to help it. It has been effectively reaching out to officials in the EU.
Video: Likud Members- We Are Ideological, LoyalLikud is moving in direction that is “Right wing, very nationalistic”, includes “more believing people, more values, more loyalty to land.”
Video: Thousands of Volunteers Advocate for IsraelThousands of volunteers have been advocating for Israel and countering lies of Hamas since the beginning of Operation Pillar of Defense.
J Street Leader Comes to the Shomron: An Eye OpenerThe Shomron (Samaria) hosted a leading figure of J Street and Americans for Peace Now. She didn't quite say "amen", but did note signs of a decidedly permanent Jewish presence. The writer shares his impressions of the visit.
New York State Senator Tours SamariaSamaria hosted David Storobin (R), New York State Senator, who toured the region and could not hide the fact that he was deeply impressed.
Langfan Joins Forces with Shomron Liaison OfficeAttorney Mark Langfan joins forces with the Shomron Liaison Office, explains importance of Judea and Samaria to Italians.
Report: Shalit to be Released By NovemberA deal for the release of kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad Shalit has been worked out with Hamas, reports in Israeli and Arab media said.
Yesha Ties with EU NationalistsA delegation sponsored by Samaria officials strengthens ties with European nationalists. One common link is the battle against Muslim radicals.
Diaspora Kids Skype to SamariaJewish 6th graders in Los Angeles connected to their counterparts in Shaarei Tikva, in Samaria, for a Tu B'Shvat event using Skype technology.