The "Norwegian Law" that the Knesset has adopted allows a Cabinet Minister to continue even if he quits the Knesset.
If the oil can be extracted at a reasonable cost, and that is a big "if" now, it would make Israel self-sufficient for decades.
The Shin Bet looking to avoid having its operatives testify in court about their interrogation methods.
Arab business owners in the city fear a boycott by Jews, as it was during the second intifada.
Violence continues throughout Judea and Samaria, and one Jewish motorist was injured by rocks after he stopped his car because of an accident.
Dozens of youth threw rocks at a yeshiva and, police and vehicles and blocked roads until police and a sheikh restored calm.
As the Arab Palestinians continue to encourage the murder of Jews in the Old City, others call for all to "maintain calm."
“People clustered around me. One told me she loved me, and asked me to hug her. One, to my relief, started hitting me. There was also a black woman who said I scared her.”
The mass immigration of past years can no longer be sustained without threatening the country’s cohesion.
Josef Schuster fears the fact that many of the refugees seeking asylum in Germany come from countries hostile to Israel might bolster anti-Semitic views among the Arab community.
A mother and and her 4-month-old baby were injured in a PA Arab rock attack near Maaleh Levona on Wednesday night.
Berlin has been a popular destination for Israelis for more than a decade.
Documents obtained by an Israel Radio correspondent reveal that the murderers in jail continue to receive salaries even today.
“I heard curses, they spat in my face, one slapped me. The knife was still in me, in the neck, still inside my body. They slapped my face, laughed, shouted, no one tried to help.”
Alert Border Guard Police foiled a attack by a Palestinian Arab when they noticed him toss away a box-cutter before reaching the checkpoint.
Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas has suddenly begun to dial back his anti-Israel inflammatory attitude and remarks.
A 13-year-old Palestinian Arab teen shot while rioting near Rachel's Tomb on Monday was killed by accident, says the IDF.
IDF will install security cameras at all junctions in Judea, Samaria: "we will restore security," PM Netanyahu says.
NATO has warned Russia to keep its aircraft, currently in Syria, out of Turkey's air space.
A third archaeological treasure at Palmyra in Syria has been destroyed by ISIS: the Arch of Triumph.
The high-tech security fence along the Gaza border, skirting 12 Jewish communities, has been completed.
Arabs smashed the windows of a moving bus in Jerusalem's Pisgat Ze'ev neighborhood after Simchat Torah, wounding four passengers.
Israel's security cabinet approves new counter-terror measures to deal with uptick in Arab violence.
IDF soldiers captured 11 terror suspects, confiscated large arms cache near Shechem overnight.
Stone-throwing and firebombing attacks have arrived on Israel's superhighway, "Kvish 6."