The young man will be prosecuted for providing false information to police.
After 2,000 fires ravaged the country, Arab terrorists continue to attack Israelis with stoning and other methods.
Firefighters called overnight to a mostly hareidi-religious neighborhood in Jerusalem found a burnt Torah scroll.
Foreign firefighting heroes who came to help Israeli firefighters battle nearly 2,000 fires are heading home.
Fires in Rishon Lezion, Pardes Hanna and the French Hill neighborhood of Jerusalem were quickly brought under control.
The pyroterrorism attacks continue...
The terrorist tried to stab a guard at the checkpoint.
The US Supertanker aerial firefighter arrives in Israel as the list of captured pyroterrorists grows, with fires starting to slow down.
JewishPress.com is blogging the efforts of Israel's firefighters and security personnel battling pyroterrorists.
The idea of using fire to attack a targeted population did not originate with Arab terrorists from the Palestinian Authority.
Numerous foreign Mediterranean, European and eastern European nations sent aerial firefighters to help Israel.
Israeli security officials cautiously admit at least "some" nationwide fires caused by pyroterrorists but underline dry, windy weather conditions helped.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Habayit Hayehudi) twitted on Wednesday: "Only someone this country doesn't belong to is capable of burning it."
MK Boker says government funding for fire buffer lines could have prevented injuries and property damage.
Four people have been arrested in connection with at least one of the fires that have raged across the country.
The government is reaching out to other nations for aid in battling the ongoing blazes across the country.
Should Glick persist with his petition he is likely to be sanctioned by his Knesset faction, the Likud, and be barred from speaking from the podium and submitting bills.
More than two dozen Jews and Arabs were arrested for drugs and arms trafficking in a second sting operation.
A blaze in Gush Etzion sent the Geva'ot forest up in flames, sending firefighting teams to the site.
Last month the prosecution closed for lack of evidence its case against security guards who shot to death a teenager and his pregnant sister at the Qalandiya checkpoint last April.