Three Arab pyroterrorists were taken into custody and turned over to the military prosecutor's office after an investigation of several weeks.
The Israeli government has approved more than NIS 200 million for additional bulletproof buses.
The Balad party on Sunday morning revealed that party politburo member Nibin Abu Rahmoun has also been interrogated by police.
The opening bid is $2,000. They expect to raise between five and eight thousand.
Residents of Amona have approved an agreement with the government after a night-long negotiation led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Katsav wept while asking for parole.
More was going on in the building than just Jews being hidden there, and the authorities may have raided 263 Prinsengracht for other reasons.
As of Sunday morning there are no assessment hearings, and for several weeks no taxation abroad is being certified, no tax withholding on transactions in Israel, and 7,000 real estate transactions are delayed.
Amona residents will vote on the new outline pending High Court's postponing the evacuation.
Azerbaijan has announced it has purchased Israel's Iron Dome anti-missile defense system.
The heads of the Mossad and Israel's National Security Agency briefed the Trump team in NYC with Israeli Ambassador Ron Dermer.
Dr. Heimlich discovered the Heimlich maneuver.
PA Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah shows his skill at the verbal shell game when he claimed the PA was under "financial siege" by the US, which gave more than anyone in 2016.
Route 60, which runs from Afula, on Israel's side of the "green line" through Jenin, near Shechem, through Ofra and outside Ramallah to Jerusalem, features ghost villages on either side of the highway.
There is growing resistant from IDF soldiers who don't want to be ordered to take Jews from their homes in Amona.
PM Netanyahu urges the residents of Amona and those who stand with them not to turn violent at the evacuation. He urged parents not to involve young children or teens.
Supermarket chains will hand out reusable canvas shopping bags to customers according to how much they buy, starting in the last week of December 2016.
Engineer and 'Shahid' Mohammed Zawahri who was 'eliminated by the Zionists in Tunisia' was one of their commanders who was in charge of the Iranian-made UAV Ghods Ababil project.
Turkey's Supreme Board of Radio and Television imposed a temporary ban on media coverage of the Kayseri blast
A car exploded during their training.