Despite a pending petition to the Supreme Court, the IDF Civil Administration went ahead and razed the memorial.
What ensued will likely continue to divide Israeli society between those who believe terrorists have, by definition, given up their civil rights and must be killed on sight, and those who believe terrorists are not better or worse than any other criminal.
The Chief Rabbi was very critical of the fact that the terrorist attacker had not been eliminated at the scene of the crime.
Meanwhile, Minister of Transport Yisrael Katz announced he intends to demand that the death penalty for the terrorist who carried out the attack in Halamish that resulted in the murder of a Jewish father and his two children.
The rocket was heading towards the Ashkelon coastal region.
The soldier was having Shabbat dinner with his family when they heard a noise outside...
"The Quartet Envoys reiterate that violence deepens mistrust and is fundamentally incompatible with achieving a peaceful resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict."
Norway's FM Brende: "Violence and calls for violence must stop. Terror can never be justified."
"We will fight terrorism mercilessly and without compromise," President Rivlin said.
Gazans were joyous over the bloody slaughter of a grandfather and his two children at the Sabbath table.
Mahmoud Abbas has suspended all Palestinian Authority contacts "at all levels" with Israel over the Temple Mount crisis, meanwhile.
his follows Intel’s acquisition of Israeli company Mobileye in the spring for $15 billion.
IDF and other security forces arrived at the home of the Halamish terrorist within hours.
The details of the torture described in the report paint a picture of extreme violence and psychological terror.
Ganor told his interrogators he has additional information about other senior officials in the defense establishment who were involved in transactions with the German shipyards.
A grandfather and two adult children were murdered. A grandmother is in grave condition. A 19-year-old terrorist is alive.
It's the stuff that topples governments, and Prime Minister Netanyahu knows it.
"This was an act of terrorism committed by a beast incited by wild hatred," said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Four Israeli police officers were wounded during the riots. Arabs report 4 dead.
More troubling is the oblique Turkish government sponsorship of the violence against the Istanbul synagogue.
Anyone suspected of planning to cause disruptions isn't being allowed into the capital.
The Muslims will need to decide if they either will pray quietly on or off the Temple Mount, or alternatively, resort to violence and terror.
President Rivlin reminded President Erdogan that after the terror attack in Turkey, the State of Israel was quick to condemn those criminal acts.
Netanyahu is debating tonight what to do with the Temple Mount metal detectors.
Netanyahu changed his mind again.