NY Jewish Leader: Working to Stop "Knockout Game"In response to growing anti-Semitic attack 'game' carried out by black youths, NY Jewish community organizing and seeking solutions.
BDS Leaders: 'Only Solution is Violence'Leaders of BDS, which seeks to delegitimize Israel worldwide, said they oppose any peace talks, even with Israeli building freeze.
'Israel Will Only Interfere if Faced With Threat'Tel-Aviv University professor speaks to Arutz Sheva following recent reports of Israeli attacks outside Damascus.
Rebels: 'Syria Under Regime and Israeli Attacks'Syria's rebel Free Syrian Army reacted cautiously to reported Israeli air strikes near Damascus, saying country already under daily attacks.
Police Arrest Three More Boston Bombing SuspectsPolice have arrested three more suspects as part of the investigation into the Boston marathon bomb attack.
Boston: Manhunt for Terrorist ContinuesAuthorities chasing a Chechnyan terrorist in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. Earlier curfew has been lifted.
Tragedy Promotes Jewish Conspiracy Theories“It is disturbing that once again extremists are taking advantage of a national tragedy to promote conspiracy theories," says ADL.
Obama Heads to Boston to Mourn Marathon VictimsPresident Obama heads to Boston to mourn victims of the deadly marathon attacks, as investigators attempt to find those responsible.
Hezbollah Man Found Guilty Over Anti-Israel PlotCypriot court convicts self-confessed Hezbollah operative who had been accused of involvement in a plot to attack Israeli interests.
ADL Welcomes Indictments in NJ Synagogue AttacksADL welcomes indictment against two individuals in a series of attacks targeting synagogues in Bergen County, New Jersey.
Photo of Dead Arab Children Wins Global AwardA Swedish photographer won the World Press award for a photo of Arab children who were allegedly killed by Israel in defensive operation.
Massive Cyber-Espionage Campaign Targeting USA new intelligence assessment has concluded that the US is the target of a massive, sustained cyber-espionage campaign.
Pentagon to Boost Cyber Security ForceThe US has approved an expansion of its cyber security force, in an effort to improve its ability to defend critical computer networks.
AJC Condemns Terror Against Christians in NigeriaTwo terrorist attacks shook the besieged Nigerian Christian community on Christmas Eve, resulting in 12 Christian deaths.
UAE Nabs Terror Cell Plotting AttacksThe UAE announced that it has nabbed a cell of Saudi and Emirati members plotting terror attacks in the two countries and other states.
Greeks to March Against 'Ideology of Hate'Scores of prominent European public figures on Monday backed a call to march against a neo-Nazi surge in Greece.
US Open to UN Probe of Drone StrikesThe U.S. ambassador to the UN announced that US has not ruled out cooperating with a pending U.N. probe into use of drone strikes.
Taliban Weighs in on Obama VictoryThe Taliban told re-elected Obama to admit that the US has lost the war in Afghanistan and to pull troops out of the country immediately.
Millions of Shekels to Protect Southern IsraelCabinet unanimously approved proposal on full protection for communities 4.5-7 kilometers from Gaza, at a cost of NIS 270 million.
Muslims Target Buddhists Over Koran Facebook ImageMuslim protesters attacked Buddhist villages in Bangladesh, after an image portraying a burnt Koran was posted on Facebook.
Al Qaeda Calls Murder of US Ambassador 'Best Gift'Al Qaeda's affiliate in North Africa called the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens a "gift"; urged Muslims to continue killing US officials.
France to Close Dozens of Embassies Over CartoonsFrance will close embassies in around 20 countries, fearing a violent reaction to cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.
Jews Fear 'Blood Libel' Over Anti-Islam FilmJewish groups are expressing fear of "another blood libel" against Jews stemming from anti-Islam film that allegedly sparked recent protests
Kissinger 'Understands' Romney's 'Severe' ReactionFormer U.S Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said, he “can understand” why Romney’s initial reaction to the violence was “quite severe.”
Lawmakers Urge Libya, Egypt Aid to be StrippedConservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill are urging that aid to Libya and Egypt be stripped from a six-month federal funding bill.
Al-Qaeda Leader's Brother Offers Peace PlanThe brother of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri has proposed to mediate a peace deal between the West and Islamists.
Intelligence Warns of Attacks Against EmbassiesEgyptian intelligence warned that a radical jihadi group is planning to launch attacks against the US and Israeli embassies in Cairo.
Al-Qaeda Leader Confirms Death of DeputyAl-Qaeda leader released a video coinciding with anniversary of September 11 attacks, confirming for the first time the death of his deputy.
US Acknowledges Ground Zero-Cancer LinkThe US acknowledges for first time a link between the toxic conditions at Ground Zero after 9/11 attacks and types of cancer.
Australia Reopens Probe of '82 Anti-Israel AttacksAustralian authorities announced that they will be reopening the investigation into the 1982 bombing of the Israeli consulate in Sydney.
Families of 9/11 Victims Appeal NY Court DecisionRelatives of victims of Sept. 11 attacks are appealing a court decision that will decide where unidentified remains will rest.
U.S. Congresswoman Urges EU to Ban HizbullahChairwoman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, urges the EU to designate Hizbullah as a terrorist group.
'Family-Friendly' Hizbullah Terror Theme ParkHizbullah has built a multi-million dollar ‘theme park’ that espouses martyrdom against Israel.
Iran, Hizbullah, Al-Qaeda Should Pay $6b for 9/11A U.S. federal judge has ruled that al Qaeda, the Taliban, Iran and Hizbullah should pay $6 billion in damages for supporting 9/11 attacks.
'Makom BaLev' Volunteers Strengthen the SouthOver 700 volunteers traveled to the south, providing Israeli children and their families with encouragement and support.