The clarification issued by the US Embassy in Tel Aviv says Israeli passport holders born in Arab nations but without Arab passports are A-OK.
Former PM Olmert requested a pardon to eliminate a prison term that was already reduced from six years to 18 months, after his conviction on charges of bribery.
Jerusalem's mayor was invited to the cabinet meeting to discuss how to help the city.
A UN Security Council resolution compels Iran to stop any activity related to ballistic missiles 'designed to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons.'
According to various reports, Hezbollah today is in possession of an estimated 130,000 rockets of various types.
Despite the delightful news regarding how much longer Israelis are living, in terms of their country's resources for their care the picture is less encouraging.
The regulation act which would have been met by outraged condemnation of the Obama Administration is expected to be ignored, if not applauded by the new tenant at the White House.
Jordan's King Abdullah II was the first foreign leader to visit the residence of Vice President Mike Pence in Washington DC.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett turns out to be a man much in demand: party members in both the Likud and in his own party enjoy his presence.
Arab terrorists are intensifying up their attacks on Israeli vehicles and broadening their targets.
PM Netanyahu is to meet with U.S. President Trump in two weeks at the White House.
The Department of Homeland Security says it will 'continue to enforce all of the president's Executive Orders."
The PLO is demanding an "apology to the Palestinian people" from UN Secretary-General Antonio Gutteres.
Once again, teens are about to be thrown out of their homes with nowhere to go; and police wonder why they're making trouble.
Netanyahu's henchman, Coalition Chairman MK David Bitan, was seen trying to reach a deal with the opposition parties to postpone the vote by at east one week.
People with green cards will be able to enter the U.S. but will have to go through "routine re-screening."
The city of Jerusalem goes on strike hoping to inspire the Finance Ministry to release the funds it is supposed to grant the municipality as its "fair share."
Hundreds hurled rocks at Israeli Police who patrolled an area that is usually quiet, and who never saw it coming.
"Our position is becoming stronger due to our technological, military and intelligence capabilities."
An Arab terrorist tried to carry out a stabbing attack but was stopped at the entrance to Talmon, in the hills of Binyamin.
The legislation was repeatedly stonewalled by Netanyahu over the past few months, for a variety of political considerations.
If the bill passes, it may put an end to the Supreme Court's guillotine hanging over the settlements.
Things started to get rough in Jerusalem when the foreign ministry was receiving panicky messages from heads of the Jewish community in Mexico.
US Pres. Trump and Russia's Pres. Putin reportedly agreed in a phone call to coordinate efforts to "crush" ISIS in Syria and maintain "regular personal contacts."
The new UN secretary-general notes the Holocaust was the culmination of millenia of hatred, scapegoating and discrimination against Jews -- in short, anti-Semitism. Will he "remember" ?