President Rivlin was asked by Arab high schoolers how they should grapple with the Jewish symbolism in the national anthem, as non-Jews.
Egypt's chief cleric reprimanded Israel for allowing its holy city to be sullied with a nude dance performance.
The man who gave a new, planet-wide meaning to the word 'happy' will bring his music and his muse to Rishon Lezion this summer. Israelis are happy!
A delegation of 140 worldwide Israel Bond representatives met with Pres. Rivlin in Jerusalem.
Arab terrorists hurled rocks at Egged bus 83, smashing its windshield, in Ma'ale Zeitim across from the Mount of Olives cemetery.
Israelis honored the nation's victims of terror at a special ceremony at Jerusalem's Mt. Herzl cemetery.
The Hebrew-language best-seller, Miriam's Song, by Miriam Peretz, will be a hit in English that shatters hearts.
A Danish journalist was ejected from the Temple Mount grounds because she published anti-Waqf articles.
Tens of thousands of Jews streamed into Hebron to celebrate the city's annual Passover festival.
Israelis and tourists from all over the country and abroad are in Tel Aviv this week to celebrate water sports.
Colel Chabad is working with the Israeli government to make sure that every Israeli has what they need for Passover.
Police say they have the female terrorist in custody to "more fully understand her motives."
Naturally, in a country without a constitution guaranteeing freedom of speech, the policeman is king.
Arad Mayor Nisan Ben Hamo was at the International Tourism Expo in Tel Aviv, answering questions about his beautiful city.
At what age and population mass is the protection of an Israeli child's life important?
A local Meretz rep tried to launch a boycott of a popular restaurant that becomes Sabbath observant.
The infant grandson of Beit Shemesh Mayor Moshe Abutbul has passed away after a head injury.
The Prime Minister charged that anyone who tries to lump extremists with religious Zionists "does a very great injustice to a dear public that is loyal to the state."
The Taub Center noted a link between being religious and being satisfied with aspects of living, but that it does not necessarily apply to non-Jews. Hareidim live longer
Leader of a group behind the lawsuit says the political pressure forces the government to ignore basic subjects such as math, English and computers.