The terror wave that is supposed to be fading is not yet over -- terrorists are still trying to pick off buses and cars on the roads, trying to kill families and individual men, women and children.
The reason for the severe limits on his civil rights is stated as: "To secure state security, public peace and maintaining public order."
The disaster relief supplies provided by Israel are primarily geared towards repairing and improving the water and sewage systems in Sri Lanka.
Israeli female thai boxer Nili Block heads for the 2017 IFMA World Championship in Poland to compete in muaythai boxing after fighting Russia this weekend.
So far, the website says: No, in big, red letters.
The tank was used by the IDF during the Battle of Sultan Yacoub during the First Lebanon War. On June 10, 1982 it was captured by the Syrian army and eventually transported to the Soviet Union.
20 years ago today, on May 29, 1996, Benjamin Netanyahu was voted in for the first time as Prime Minister of Israel, beating out Shimon Peres in direct elections.
As the bomb squad approached the bag, the man tried to run...
Jordan's King Abdullah moves swiftly to block riots over a controversial decision by the Parliament to approve Israeli investment in the country.
Scientific exchange has begun with a laser-plasma accelerator lab.
Last December, Sara Netanyahu was interrogated by the same anti-corruption unit, about the use of the electrician on weekends and on Yom Kippur.
Herzog wrote to Corbyn that he was “appalled and outraged by the recent instances of anti-Semitism by senior Labour party officials in the United Kingdom.”
The Hamas terror cell that bombed a Jerusalem bus has been caught and interrogated; the attackers are being held in custody pending an order to extend remand.
On person has been lightly injured near (Arab) Tekoa, after stones were thrown at the car. The car's windshield was also broken. Last week, an...
The IDF is trying to establish a common language between the citizens and the army, but the police are still unaware of the project.
The World Health Organization last week named Israel as the world's sole abuser of health rights.
A Friday Channel 1 News poll gives Bennett's party 14 seats in a new election, with Likud shrinking from 30 to 27 seats, Labor chopped down from 24 to 11, and Lieberman gaining 2, from 6 to 8 seats.
Kulanu's vagaries in the coming weeks should be viewed in the context of a party on its way to extinction attempting to soar once more by flapping its arms with great vigor.
Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon says his Kulanu party won't be the one to jump ship from the coalition.
Egypt's chief cleric reprimanded Israel for allowing its holy city to be sullied with a nude dance performance.
A crowd of 1,000 was at the Saturday funeral of a terrorist killer, shot and killed by an IDF soldier after he was already injured and on the ground. The soldier now faces manslaughter charges.
A Hezbollah- linked media outlet confirms the group has dug tunnels at Israel's northern border.
The question is, even considering this fantasy scenario, whether the Ya'alon-Kahlon-Sa'ar triumvirate would be able to form a coalition and with whom.
Will Israel, known for its national obsession with plunging into new, radical changes, take on this moderate change? We'll know more on Sunday.
On Friday morning, a Kulanu politician, Environment Minister Avi Gabbay, announced his resignation on account of the Lieberman appointment.