Grief-stricken families expressed their love and pride in their fallen IDF soldiers, speaking of their goodness, the ways in which they had left the world a better place.
Israel's security cabinet approved a number of measures in response to the truck ramming attack that left four IDF officers dead and 17 other people wounded in Jerusalem.
All of the four IDF officers who were murdered by a Jerusalem Arab terrorist at Armon HaNatziv are to be laid to rest on the same day; 17 other injured victims are slowly healing from the attack.
Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat urges city residents to continue to live their lives as usual despite the "difficult terror attack."
The IDF has released the names of the IDF soldiers killed in a deadly truck ramming attack in the Armon HaNatziv section of Jerusalem.
The families of 3 young female and 1 male soldier weep tonight after hearing they'll never see their children again. Some Arabs are smiling with candies in the street.
The reports became more real later on, but the service's instinct to remain noncommittal when it comes to the murder of Jews was breathtaking.
Protest organizers urge demonstrators to gather at the attack site to make it clear that Jewish blood isn't cheap.
MK Amsalem is working on a bill to prohibit the investigation of a prime minister in office on violations of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust.
Iran has been exposed for the first time ever in an attempt to murder a pro-Israel German politician.
The law will not protect soldiers accused of looting, destruction of property, taking bribes, bullying, and sexual offenses.
Police were hoping to surprise the PM with the details of the secret allegations, after the initial meeting found him well prepared with answers to every one of their questions.
Balad party MK Basel Ghattas has been indicted on a range of charges linked to allegations he sneaked communications equipment into prison for Hamas terrorist inmates.
An alleged terror suspect has surrendered to police, but little else is known, with identifying information completely shielded by authorities under a gag order.
History came alive in Tel Aviv this week when sappers were called to the Haganah Museum to remove a live grenade that was unexpectedly discovered in a closet.
Israeli security forces and soldiers captured five Arab fugitives and carried out a special operation in Hebron.
Security sources are maintaining a partial gag order on an investigation into a deadly attack in Haifa.
Meanwhile, in Area C, Arabs enjoy uninterrupted access to sites such as al-Maghtas on the Jordan River and Nabi Musa.
The President's Office clarifies that IDF Sgt. Azaria himself, or an immediate relative or legally authorized representative must apply for clemency.
'Unfortunately, the process was contaminated by the involvement of outside factors, hence the decision.'