Tourism to Israel continues to rise, says Minister Yariv Levin, especially from China.
Many of the project's volunteers this year are Israeli special needs teenagers from Gan Yavne.
On Sunday, the government is set to discuss the re-establishment of the town of Amona on the site of Geulat Zion in Binyamin.
Despite pressure from Egypt, a source has told a Hebrew-language news site that ISIS now controls Gaza military tunnels.
Hamas blamed the Israeli military for the attack, but the IDF was unaware of the incident and said maybe Egypt was responsible.
A shooting and stabbing attack wounded seven in Petach Tikvah. The terrorist was allegedly a citizen of the Palestinian Authority.
The NIF funds Adalah, Breaking the Silence, +972 Magazine, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, who are primarily active in campaigns that contribute to BDS and delegitimization.
"The Belgian government needs to decide whether it wants to change direction or continue with an anti-Israel line."
A Syrian mortar shell exploded in northern Israel near the border in the Golan Heights.
PA's Abbas told French Pres. Hollande, "If the colonization continues, I would have no other choice; it would not be my fault."
Numerous Israeli drivers came under stoning attacks but none were physically injured though several escaped with damaged cars.
Most environmentalists and concerned politicians wish the temporary court ordered closure was permanent.
An investigative journalist disguised as an Orthodox Jews but armed with knives was able to bypass security on the Sabbath.
The satellite will be ground controlled by IAI in Israel which will be linked to two sub-stations in the Toulouse Space Center, France, and the Technological Mission Center, Rafael, Haifa, Israel.
Another attempted infiltration prevented. But Minister Bennett is now warning the question of war is no longer "if" but rather, "when."
Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.
Pilots are still ignoring the back-to-work order by the Tel Aviv District Labor Court. A new hearing is set for Feb. 22.
The tunnel-digger work on the new Light Rail in Tel Aviv is to begin after Purim.
Member states of the European Union froze a summit that was planned with Israel, as a protest against the Settlement Law.
Every IDF Lone Soldier is entitled to take a personal errands day once every two months, but for most of them one day is often not enough time to complete their necessary errands.
DM Liberman and FM Lavrov spoke by phone for an extended period about Syria and the Palestinian Authority.
The proposed Settlement Regulation Bill is now law, after an historic vote, passing 60-52.
Breaking the Silence has been receiving funds originating with the British government via aid organizations, the NGO Monitor reports.
The striking pilots were ordered back to work and both sides were criticized by the judge at the Tel Aviv District Labor Court.
PM Netanyahu says he told Britain's PM May that any area Israel leaves will become an Iranian or ISIS outpost, or both.