We at the Jewish Press online came up with a list of issues we will be following up during the Lieberman administration at the Defense Ministry, and the reader is invited to add more items.
Police returned the body of the Bezeq technician-turned-terrorist who murdered a 60-year-old rabbi in the heart of Jerusalem. He was buried as a martyr.
On May 24-25, 1991, Operation Solomon brought nearly 15,000 Ethiopian Jews home to Israel in the biggest operation of its kind ever recorded.
Intelligence from Mossad spy Eli Cohen helped Israel win the Six Day War.
IDF soldier Elor Azariya pleads not guilty to manslaughter charges after shooting an injured terrorist.
"Although we disagree as to the best way to reach peace, I appreciate your commitment to seek peace," Netanyahu told Valls.
Roditi was injured in the face and head when multiple bombs blew up at the Hizmeh checkpoint.
"Mutual deterrence is not a valid concept for the Middle East."
An Arab terrorist failed in a stabbing attack on police north of Jerusalem.
An Iranian military adviser claims its current arsenal is capable of wiping out Israel in 'under 8 minutes.'
A rash of tall new watchtowers have sprung up on the Lebanese side of Israel's northern border, providing a bird's eye view into IDF and civilian activities.
A member of the three-judge panel has been recused in the trial of an IDF soldier accused of killing an injured terrorist.
This is a do or die case for the military prosecution, which has taken its share of lumps so far.
Glick also said "there should be clear instructions as to how to conduct a wedding ceremony, and just as you don't have to have a rabbi at a circumcision, under the chupah you don't need a rabbi either."
Defense Minister Ya'alon was in the habit, during security cabinet meetings, of forcing officers to remain silent if their views did not match his own.
The Obama administration tapped J-Street via a wealthy US foundation to carry out a propaganda campaign for its Iran nuclear deal.
An Israeli bus was targeted Saturday night in a driveby shooting near Tekoa in Gush Etzion. The bus was damaged but no one was injured.
Pres. Erdogan says Turkey will mend ties with Israel if Jerusalem agrees to allow Ankara to repair water, energy and infrastructure in Gaza.
Netanyahu was unhappy with Glick's presence on his party's list, and, in fact, refused to employ the "Norwegian Law" just so Glick won't become a Likud legislator.