'No one can argue with the written artifact. There was an ancient synagogue here and the synagogue was built in its current form in recent centuries.'
Tourism to Israel continues to rise, says Minister Yariv Levin, especially from China.
Kara, who was born in 1955, originally planned to slaughter 61 sheep, to mark his 61 years on God's green earth.
It's official: Israel will accept 100 Syrian orphans as refugees from the civil war across the border.
Syrians know that Israel has been helping families who have been wounded and displaced by the war.
Security sources are maintaining a partial gag order on an investigation into a deadly attack in Haifa.
Israel continues to grow as a Jewish State, as a nation and as a people. In 2016, Israel's population grew by 167,000 people.
'We will never abandon you,' Shaked promised. 'We are with you during the tough times.'
Jewish and Arab master chefs are combining their skills in Haifa to create culinary heaven at a unique festival.
Hundreds of IDF soldiers searched in the fog and rain for the Arab infiltrators into the Jewish town.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Habayit Hayehudi) twitted on Wednesday: "Only someone this country doesn't belong to is capable of burning it."
An undercover police sting has netted marijuana, cocaine and arms in a multi-site raid across Israel.
PM Netanyahu extends holiday greetings to the Muslim and Druze citizens of Israel on the occasion of Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice.
The police spokesperson took the opportunity to bless "our Druze, Muslim and Circassian brethren" on the occasion of the festival of Eid al-Adha.
Pres. Reuven Rivlin called on Israeli Arab families to allow their teens to volunteer for National Service.
A bill to enforce the law in planning and construction across all populations has just passed the government.
The American IDF lone soldier who died on the Golan Heights was one of five brothers from Passaic, New Jersey.
So far, according to IDF sources, the entire event is still a mystery.
President Rivlin warned guests at an Iftar meal in northern Israel to beware terrorist efforts to destroy local coexistence.
In 1976, Sakhnin was the site of the first Land Day marches, in which six Israeli Arabs were killed by Israeli forces during violent protests.