Looking back on instances Israel considered employing the death penalty (and did once with Eichmann) makes the current debate on it appear grotesque
Hassan Yousef, 26, is accused of unsuccessfully trying to coax others to join him in carrying out shooting, stabbing attack and car-bombing on behalf of Islamic State
The State Department's highest 'do not travel' advisory places the states of Colima, Michoacan, Sinaloa, Tamaulipas and Guerrero at the same warning level as war-ravaged Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq
Netanyahu's comments come one day after he lauded U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman for criticizing Palestinian leadership over Tuesday night's deadly West Bank shooting
The fatal shooting of Rabbi Raziel Shevach seems to have been the act of a skilled terror cell, not a random crime of opportunity
Calls for Revenge as Hundreds Attend Funeral of Slain Israeli Rabbi in West Bank: 'He Was Murdered for Being a Jew'
Education Minister Naftali Bennett says only revenge for rabbis murder on Tuesday is construction of more settlements
What makes us think that by enforcing the death penalty we will prevent crime? Will it bring my beloved David back?
Germany's domestic intelligence service, which handles counterespionage, highlighted Iran's spying activities in its annual report in July, noting that Tehran was focused heavily on Israeli or pro-Jewish targets
Islamic State may have suffered heavy losses in Iraq and Syria, but there are now an estimated 50,000 jihadists operating in Europe and a transition from a relatively small number of horrific attacks to a large number of relatively small ones
A record-high 137 women carried out suicide bombings in a year in which 4,310 people died in such attacks, according to a Tel Aviv University report