Articles in "Judea & Samaria"

14-Year-Old Shepherd Hospitalized After Attacked by Palestinians, Foreign Anarchists

A 14-year-old Jewish shepherd was treated for injuries after he was attacked by Palestinians and international anarchists on Mount Hebron ...

In Judea and Samaria, the Post-Abbas Era Has Already Begun

On Tuesday evening, Israeli security forces conducted a counter-terror raid in the Jenin refugee camp, the epicenter of terrorism in Judea ...

Legal Borders of Three New Judea Communities Approved

The Israel Defense Forces on Wednesday set the boundaries of three new communities in Judea, marking the first step in the legalization ...

Samaria Leader Presents Plan to Boost Jewish Population

The Samaria Regional Council, which administers communities in the northern part of Samaria, has unveiled a plan to increase the number of ...

Israeli Minster to Present Judea and Samaria Expansion Plan

Israeli Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich intends to present a massive development plan for Judea and Samaria at Sunday's Cabinet ...

Israel Warned of Illegal Palestinian City in Judea Nature Reserve

The Gush Etzion Regional Council, which administers the bloc of Jewish communities south of Jerusalem, has called on the Israeli government ...

Israel to Protect Archaeological Sites in Biblical Heartland

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Monday that the government will safeguard and rehabilitate archaeological sites in Samaria and ...

New Outpost Established Near Site of Samaria Terror Attack

A new outpost community was established in the Binyamin region of Samaria on Wednesday night, near where Palestinian terrorists murdered ...

Israel to Advance Plans for 1,000 Homes in Eli in Response to Terror Attack

The office of Prime Minister Benjamin Nentanyahu announced on Wednesday that plans to build 1,000 homes in the Samarian community of Eli ...

Immigration and ‘Pioneering’ at Gush Etzion’s Mt. Kanub Farm

One hundred and fifty new immigrants gathered this week at the Mount Kanub Farm in southeastern Gush Etzion for a "pioneering" event, ...