The High Court continues to take notice of Shaked, and has been noticeably mindful of the need to avoid unnecessary friction with a Justice Minister who is probably the most popular minister in Israel.
"The court will rule on the severity of his action," says the subheadline on the cover, "but there's no doubt that the single bullet he shot at the terrorist ignited the stormiest debate in Israel's society this year."
The Wine Spectator praised Israel's growing wine industry in its October 2016 cover story.
"Israeli tourists by now have figured that every place is dangerous, which is why economic considerations overcome security concerns."
Israel's baseball team won the World Baseball Classic qualifier against Great Britain to advance to the championship.
PM Netanyahu says he hopes Pres. Obama doesn't withdraw US support for Israel at the "final hour" during a UN Security Council vote.
Stone throwing attacks against Jews continue, this time taking place at Rachel's Tomb.
The politics of the left rears its ugly head in several spots along the report, and it is most noticeable in Judge Shapira's directive to include the numerous NGOs "working for a shared society and prevention of racism."
Mount Hebron Regional Council Head Yochai Damari said there was a connection between the failure to enforce court decisions on the ground in Susiya and the revival of Arab terror attacks in Jerusalem and Hebron.
Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked told a conference in NY the BDS movement constitutes an existential threat to Israel.
PM Netanyahu orders increased forces at Temple Mount and in Old City before he leaves for New York to meet with Pres. Obama.
A high-level government task force is aiming to bring more new immigrants into the high-tech work force, while training veteran Israelis to enter the field as well.
IDF combat units carried out a counter-terrorism military drill this weekend, complete with "wounded" and "arrests."
Deri's staff has also been instructed to craft an atomic solution, to be used only if the coalition is certain to collapse.
A bastion of Judaism and Torah has been lost with the passing of longtime Haifa Chief Rabbi Eliyahu Yosef Sha'ar Yashuv Cohen, z'l, age 89.
Amsalem suggested that the clash over the railroad works over the past two Shabbat days was mostly about politics.
Israeli courts maintain skeletal Shabbat and Holiday shifts to respond to the most urgent needs, like police requests for injunctions to prevent the smuggling of children.
Taking for himself the credit that mostly belongs to the gregarious Transport Minister, Netanyahu said his Government has invested almost $9 billion in a massive expansion of highways and railways.
As soon as they became public, those railroad projects turned into a ticking bomb.
The daily Yated Ne'eman cited MK Moshe Gafni (UTJ) who accused Katz of acting out of revenge rather than caring for the services of his ministry.
The Zionist Federation in Sweden held its fifth annual rally under the theme, 'Taking Back Zionism.'
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri (Shas), Health Minister Yakov Litzman and MK Moshe Gafni (both from UTJ) sent Netanyahu an urgent letter Thursday night, demanding a halt to the works on Shabbat, warning of a possible coalition collapse.
Israel Police said in a statement: "Uncoordinated visits without security are dangerous to the visitors as well as to the security forces who are sent to rescue them."
About 9,000 Haredi couples get married each year in Israel, and their inability to come up with the down payment for their own home forces them to waste years worth of income on rent.
'Let each stand as a unique holiday and let Tisha B'Av stand as the national day of mourning.'