The head of the cell suspected of murdering Rina Shnerb, Samer Arbid, was examined by a doctor at 6:21 P.M. and found healthy. At 7:10 A.M. he was rushed to the hospital
Development could lead to further American pressure on Amman to extradite Ahlam Tamimi, who played a major role in organizing the 'Sbarro attack' in Jerusalem in 2001
Opinion Pakistan's Provocateurs Bring the Kashmir Conflict to Europe's Streets, and Radicalize Europe's Muslims
Pakistan is deliberately encouraging anti-Hindu, anti-Indian incitement and thuggish protests, fueling tension between diaspora communities. Who will stop their intimidation and violence, before it's too late?
Islamic State still poses threat after death of al-Baghdadi, experts explain
Amjad Jabareen of Umm al-Fahm was found guilty of helping three assailants plan the Jerusalem shooting that killed two policemen
Analysis This Palestinian Terror Suspect Is No Saint. But Something Went Wrong in Israel's Interrogation of Him
Democratic countries defending against terrorism shouldn't use torture as punishment
Cairo sees investment in the peninsula as an investment in national security, but the military receives tax and other benefits that crowd out the private sector
Working on behalf of Hezbollah's Islamic Jihad, Alexei Saab of New Jersey allegedly documented locations such as the Statue of Liberty and the White House, and tried to murder a man he understood to be an Israeli spy
The coordinated al-Qaida hijackings on Sept. 11, 2001 killed nearly 3,000 people, when airliners slammed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon and another crashed in rural Pennsylvania
Court backtracks on ruling that holding bodies is a ‘violation of human rights,’ permitting Israel to exercise such practice for negotiation tactics
Attack comes a day after the Islamist organization attacked Kunduz, one of Afghanistan's largest cities, killing at least 16 people and wounding nearly 100
The two mass shootings and a presidential tweet have put a spotlight on the idea of 'domestic terrorism'
Ahlam al-Tamimi actively took part in the organization of 2001 bombing at a pizza place in Jerusalem that killed 15, but has lived freely in Jordan since being released as part of the Gilad Shalit deal in 2011
Netanyahu says he plans to build 300 housing units in the settlement of Dolev, near the site of the attack
The spring of Ein Bubin, where Rina Shnerb was killed, is still accessible to the villagers of Dir Ibzi. Neighboring springs have been taken over by Israeli settlers proudly boasting that Palestinians are 'rarely seen there anymore'
Analysis Not Just Palestinian 'Lone Wolves': Israeli Teen's Murder Points to Organized West Bank Cells
Attack attests to a level of preparation, familiarity with the scene and proficiency in crafting explosive devices. It also signifies an uptick in grave incidents
The Taliban condemned the attack as 'forbidden and unjustifiable' and denied any involvement
Another 182 civilians were wounded in the Saturday night explosion; residents see no end to violence despite U.S.-Taliban peace talks
Opinion Imran Khan Says India Is Planning Ethnic Cleansing in Kashmir. But Pakistan Has Actually Committed It
Pakistan's prime minister says India's Kashmir move is motivated by a 'Hindu supremacist version of Hitler's Lebensraum.' Will he own up to Pakistan's own role in violently changing the Valley's demography, backing jihadists who have spread terror worldwide?
In Kashmir, Modi wants Israeli settler-style demographic change and Pakistan wants a new intifada to explode. But the Israel-Palestine conflict analogies - and their dangerous consequences - go even further
Former French spy chief says authorities agreed not to arrest members of Abu Nidal group if it refrained from attacks on French soil
Israel's response to the murder of 19-year-old yeshiva student and soldier could have a significant impact on the situation in the West Bank, PA security official says
About 1,000 people gather to remember yeshiva student Dvir Sorek
'Deep grief is engulfing our community,' says family friend of the death of Dvir Sorek, who was killed while making his way home from Jerusalem to the settlement of Ofra
The security agency says that one of the arrested men stored bomb-making materials at a school and set up his lab in a residential area
Tehran is targeting the hearts and minds of Indian-controlled Kashmir's 1.4 million Shia Muslims. Once limited to India and Pakistan, the Kashmir conflict is now becoming much wider - and more explosive