Chabad encourages students to heed a call by the university's president to stay away from the event and is hosting a 'good deed marathon'
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Demonstrators begin blocking roads outside Modi'in Illit to kick off the day in protest of two yeshiva students arrested on evading draft charges
A severe electricity shortage in Gaza leaves residents with as little as four hours of power a day. Who gets electricity and when?
In first U.S. response to reconciliation agreement, U.S. envoy Jason Greenblatt says any government must also accept previous agreements and commit to peace
The U.S. president could be striving to stifle the Shi’ite Crescent that's forming in the region, but all he wants to do is erase Obama’s landmark foreign policy
'Next Time, We Won't Spare Lebanon': Christian Media Hears Doomsday Warning From Senior Israeli Minister
'Its infrastructure, international airport and government facilities – it’s all game,' Naftali Bennett tells first-of-its-kind Christian Media Summit in Jerusalem
The actress initially defended her controversial New York Times op-ed in but has since apologized for suggesting modesty protects women from sexual assault and harassment
Coalition split over setting up such a committee, though three coalition parties – Likud, Habayit Hayehudi and Yisraeli Beiteinu – are all vying to chair such a panel
Many will ask to be exempt from orders sending them to Holot, an open facility in the Negev run by the Israel Prison Service
How is it that our bravest generals, who are organizing the late prime minister’s memorial event, are afraid to write ‘peace’ on the invitation?