Israel slams Ankara: This is no way for a NATO state to act
Shin Bet uncovers Hamas cell in West Bank with ties to Turkey, replacing Syria as its new center for overseas operations.
By HERB KEINON
68% of Israeli Arabs oppose recent wave of terrorism, poll finds
81% believe Israel is trying to harm status quo on Temple Mount.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
PM may revoke east Jerusalem terrorists' families residency
Taking away resident status from terrorists is one of several solutions Netanyahu is weighing, says official.
By LAHAV HARKOV,DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Ex-UK minister sparks anger with pro-Palestinian tweet after synagogue terror attack
Sayeeda Warsi, who resigned over the UK government's Gaza policy this past summer, strikes again, flocking to twitter to draw a parallel between terrorists and Israelis visiting the Temple Mount.
By JERRY LEWIS
Police officer wounded in Jerusalem terror attack dies, bringing death toll to 5
The officer was identified as Zidan Saif, 30, of the Druse town of Kfar Yanouch in the Galilee.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH,HERB KEINON
Analysis: Terrorists likely acted alone, each attack infects the mind of the next terrorist
Series of counter-measures in coming days will include checkpoints in east Jerusalem, increased arrests, deployment of more Border Police, and demolitions of the homes of terrorists.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Obama in call for calm after Jerusalem synagogue slaughter
Ambassador Prosor says Israel, West in terror fight "for the long haul."
By MICHAEL WILNER
Hamas affiliated social media abuzz with cartoons glorifying Jerusalem terror attack
The cartoons claim that the bloody attack on Jewish worshipers in a synagogue was in defense of al-Aksa Mosque.
By DOV LIEBER
Shin Bet chief says Abbas does not encourage terrorism, contradicting Netanyahu
Yoram Cohen, head of the Israel Security Agency, warns against changing the status quo on the Temple Mount in response to the violence, in order to avoid sparking a religious war.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Aharonovitch to probe easing restrictions on firearms after Jerusalem terror attack
Public security minister to look at possibility of easing firearm restrictions in capital, instituting administrative detentions and reinforcing police presence.
By BEN HARTMAN