The cabinet meeting is being held in the Golan Heights to show Israel's determination to protect the region.
The IDF spokesperson says the terrorist's body was returned through a "misunderstanding."
The torching was done in retaliation for the disciplinary punishments imposed on two Kfir brigade soldiers.
Colel Chabad is working with the Israeli government to make sure that every Israeli has what they need for Passover.
Motorola is expanding its presence in Israel; the firm is opening an Innovation Center for cyber and other technology.
Sheep rustling by local Arabs from Jewish farms is not new. Israeli police don't often rectify the problem.
The discussion between the Pentagon, Israel and Egypt "is about modernizing our force structure on the ground in the Sinai."
"We must educate our children not to eat junk food," the minister added.
Saudi Arabia and Egypt are redrawing their mutual maritime boundaries but both say they'll respect the peace treaty.
The Mufti condemned Israeli authorities for sheltering "extremist Jews who profane the sanctity of the Al Aqsa mosque."
A joint animal rescue mission by Israel's COGAT and the Gaza Ministry of Agriculture is saving at-risk zoo lions.
"Naturally, it doesn't hurt Netanyahu's position in Israel for him to mention [the raids into Syria], but the gist of the message was delivered because of the lull in Syria."
“We act when needed, including here across the border, with dozens of strikes in order to deny Hezbollah game-changing weapon,” Netanyahu said.
Amazon, which doesn't set foot in Israel, but whose website sell goods to Israelis living in the Jewish State, will also be compelled to register and collect VAT for the ITA.
On Sunday a Shabak representative reviewed the security situation for the Netanyahu cabinet and noted a sharp drop in "significant" terrorist attacks in March 2016.
A March 4 condemnation of Israel’s demolition of illegal Bedouin structures inside "green line" Israel by State Dept. Spokesperson John Kirby on also said it harmed the 2-state solution.
Those fanatical Jews could some day demand to share equally in the Temple Mount, something that could provoke nothing but Arab rage, for which the Jews would surely be blamed.
"We will become strong if all the people will join the Likud and will be there when we compete, and choose us."
A massive fire at a temple in India has killed 105 and injured at least 350; Embassy says no Israelis hurt "so far."
Another bombing attack in Istanbul, this time at a bus stop in a central Istanbul business district, but on a Saturday night.