An adviser to P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas has praised the terrorist who killed an American-Israeli baby and wounded seven others Wednesday in Jerusalem as a "heroic martyr."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu approved a plan to address increasing terror-related incidents in Jerusalem.
A day after a Palestinian terrorist killed an American baby in Jerusalem when he plowed a car into a crowd, masked Palestinians threw rocks at a Jerusalem kindergarten.
Archaeologists in Jerusalem have discovered a rare Latin inscription from the Roman period just 100 years after Jesus.
Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Israel will not allow Hamas to rebuild the terror infrastructure destroyed during the military operation in the Gaza Strip in July.
A nuclear-armed Iran is a far more dangerous threat to the world than the Islamic State, but to Israel, it's an even a greater threat.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's remarks tying ISIS with the lack of progress in Israeli-Palestinian negotiations follows a pattern.
The P.A. unity government has yet to function as a cohesive coalition, as disputes between rival Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah, continue.
An overwhelming majority of Israelis oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state if it would mean re-dividing Jerusalem.
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