The next Interior Minister in Netanyahu's cabinet is certified to serve, both according to the Talmud and according to the Supreme Court in Jerusalem.
"I ... asked the sub committee to recommend women candidates for the posts of Qadis."
Arab journalist Salim Sweidan was arrested by the PA for "slander" after reporting on PA-Israel security ties.
The exercise will continue until Wednesday afternoon.
After two weeks of treatment, the infected cells were gone, and the virus was undetectable.
A 16-year-old terrorist in France wields a machete outside a synagogue in Marseille. One Jew is injured.
Pop kabbalist Madonna said she was "devastated" by the news of Bowie's passing.
An Arab terrorist who tried to stab an IDF soldier lost his life, and then his house -which was demolished this week.
"Some travelers will be carrying boxes of matzoh, which are consumed as part of the Passover ritual. Matzoh can be machine or handmade and are typically very thin and fragile, and break easily."
President Rousseff has not outright rejected the Dayan appointment, hoping that Israel would quietly withdraw it.
Israeli social media can now delete their messages connecting the fire to the campaign being launched against the left-wing NGOs.
A suspected terrorist is captured in the southern Israeli city of Sderot, but a high alert remains.
The man who dumped a drink on MK Hanin Zoabi's head got a suspended sentence in the Magistrate's Court.
"The Holocaust has become, over the years, an abstraction. For me, it's more of a face, a human face. Let us not forget this face."
Michael Ben Ari and Baruch Marzel, called on police to examine the possibility that B'Tselem itself set the fire as a way to divert public attention from its newly exposed record.
The Fatah movement has officially proclaimed the terrorist, Nashat Melhem, a martyr.
Arabs hoped to target a Jewish vehicle.
There is at least one person trapped on the fourth floor.
Professor Schizer is already involved in bringing academics and legal experts to Israel several times a year for conferences organized by Columbia Law School’s Center for Israeli Legal Studies.
Pope Francis “will greet directly the greatest number of people possible,” the rabbi said.