BBC News, long accused of anti-Israel bias, came under fire after publishing a misleading headline on its site about a fatal stabbing attack in Jerusalem.
A United Nations-run school in the Gaza Strip covered up a map of 'Palestine' during a visit by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday.
Israeli President Shimon Peres sat down for a live interview with Arab news site Panet today, answering questions from citizens from across the Middle East.
In a joint operation, the IDF, ISA and Israeli Police apprehended a terror cell funded and orchestrated by Hezbollah.
Two Palestinian brothers suspected of multiple sniper attacks against Israeli civilians and security forces over the past few months were recently arrested.
The Tomb of the Patriarchs will forever be a part of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu said hours after an Israeli man died of wounds sustained in an attack there.
Avera Mengistu is a 28-year-old Israeli-Ethiopian Jew who crossed the border to the Gaza Strip in September last year and has been missing ever since.
A poll shows only a third of Palestinians are satisfied with the results of the latest Gaza campaign and over half want to leave.
Americans present at Tel Aviv’s Ben-Gurion Airport when it was targeted by Hamas during Operation Protective Edge filed a lawsuit against the terror group.
Early on Monday, a female Palestinian assailant at the Rachel checkpoint on Hebron Street, Jerusalem stabbed an IDF Military Policewoman (MP).