A Jewish teen is arrested for pepper-spraying a group of Muslim Arabs who were harassing his family near the Shalshelet Gate in Jerusalem.
Seven suspects have been arrested in connection with Arab violence at the Temple Mount on the first day of Sukkot.
The police traced the death threat to an Arab in Yafo.
A rocket was fired at northern Israel from Syria early Saturday evening. No injuries reported.
The Security Cabinet has unanimously approved new stiffer measures against terrorists who throw stones and firebombs at Israelis.
The death toll now is 717 and rising. Hundreds more were wounded during the stone-throwing ceremony at the hajj pilgrimage.
King Abdullah II of Jordan is refusing to speak with Israel's PM Netanyahu over tensions at the Temple Mount.
Tehran is no longer waiting for a green light from the international community, and is already operating on the assumption that the sanctions against it have been removed.
For the second time in less than a week, Gaza terrorists fire a Grad missile early Monday at the coastal city of Ashkelon.
Southern Israelis raced for cover again on Saturday night when a rocket was launched from Gaza, but it was a misfire.
The IAF bombs Gaza terror sites in retaliation for Friday night rocket attacks from Gaza by an ISIS-linked terror group.
Four Border Guard Police officers were hurt, one seriously, in clashes with Palestinian Arabs who rioted Friday in Jerusalem.
PM Netanyahu tells UN's Ban Ki-moon Israel is committed to "strictly" maintaining the status quo at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
Gaza terrorists test-fired three missiles Thursday; all were aimed at the Mediterranean.
Ballistic missiles testing not banned by JCPOA and snapback sanctions relief to be given to Russia, China and Europe.
Saudi Arabia is raising the issue of violence at the Temple Mount with the United Nations Security Council.
The IDF has deployed an Iron Dome anti-missile system near Ashdod in advance of Friday's "Day of Rage" called by Hamas.
More attacks overnight Tuesday included a rocket attack launched by Gaza terrorists at Israel that exploded locally instead.
Arab rioters reportedly firebomb Jewish pilgrims at the Temple Mount, sparking clashes between Israel Police and Waqf security officers.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu: "We're changing our policy.... this stone was one stone too many. We declare war on stone throwers."