PM Netanyahu and Honduran Pres. Hernandez agreed to tighten bilateral, security and technological ties.
The first two F-35 Adir stealth fighter jets arrive Monday fresh from final US-Israeli tweaks.
US President-elect Trump is already retrieving jobs for America, while Israeli leaders may be outsourcing jobs in the nation's defense industry.
A joint operation carried out by Israeli security agencies nabbed a major seven-man Hamas terrorist cell, saving countless lives.
166 Ethiopian Israelis have been recruited to the police force over the past two years, and today 613 police officers are Ethiopian.
Israel has already announced it would not attend an international conference.
PM Netanyahu travels next week to Kazakhstan, which begins a 2-year stint on the UN Security Council. No Israeli prime minister has ever visited.
The so-called "Regulations Bill' to legalize Jewish communities built decades ago on Arab land in Judea and Samaria, passed its first Knesset reading.
Jewish and Arab master chefs are combining their skills in Haifa to create culinary heaven at a unique festival.
Liberman also said it would be unrealistic and impossible to reach a permanent arrangement between Israel and the Arabs in Judea and Samaria, especially in light of the extremist positions of PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.
The Amona residents, who were originally willing to go along with the new plan, are now fiercely against it, as one resident argued, 'It amounts to stuffing us in caravans in a relocation camp."
The approval for the five armored units attests both to Israel's approval of the job PA security forces are doing fighting terrorists in refugee camps, and its assessment that these forces need a boost to keep going.
'It's well known that when a coalition MK votes against the government line he knows he's going to pay a price.'
This is the first time Israel blocked the entry of a foreign visitor solely on the basis of their activism in the BDS movement.
A local official believes most of the missing money is being kept in the Agriculture Ministry's coffers.
The poll and the next four years under the new president were the topic of conversation at the Knesset Caucus for Israel-US Relations Monday.
In reality, Netanyahu did not actually accuse Arabs or even mention them in connection with the recent fires. He only warned that "whomever tries to burn the State of Israel will be punished severely."
Should the new bill be submitted without the retroactive application to Amona, Habayit Hayehudi politicians will be expected to prevent clashes between the residents and security forces.
US Secy John Kerry spoke of his love for Israel, his frustration over settlements and the peace process, and his fears about the future.
The Highway 6 extension to the northern Negev has finally opened at the Shoket interchanges, easing access to Highways 60 and 31 in the south.
MK Gafni: Real news for the children of Israel. New law will help level playing field for poorer children.
The centrist-left Yesh Atid party is hoping to topple Likud while it struggles over Amona.
The government, the Knesset and the residents of Amona are locked in a battle over the future of their town.
Following leaks to the news media about the relocation, the order to relocate was rescinded for the time being.
Netanyahu also told his ministers about new progress in the Israel-Jordan-PA Red Sea–Dead Sea Canal.