Also on Thursday, the PM met again with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and members of his Cabinet, for the signing of agreements and memoranda of understanding (MOUs).
The clip features a Supreme Court Justice in an elaborate judge's wig, against a background of destroyed Jewish homes, singing, 'The Jews are building too much.'
'There is no greater conflict of interests than to permit an AG who wholeheartedly objects to the law to represent the state regarding the proceedings related to the law and its interpretation.'
'The judicial appointments this evening express the human as well as jurist common sense we so need as a society and which has been so direly absent from the highest judicial echelon.'
There are four vacancies on the Supreme Court bench to be filled.
Hotovely stressed the need to reunify the IDF and restore the legitimacy of IDF soldiers who are facing terrorism every day.
ntil then, Azaria will remain in open custody at the Nahshonim base east of Petach Tikva.
Azaria asked for the court's mercy.
While in all of 2016 the municipality demolished 203 structures in eastern Jerusalem, about half of those were razed after the US elections.
The Azaria family expects the court to accept the prosecution's demand for a sentence of three to five years.
The families say they won’t feel 100 percent certain the promise is being kept "until they see the land cleared, homes built, and mezuzot on the doorposts of their new homes."
A number of Israeli prime ministers, including David Ben Gurion, held more than one portfolio, usually pairing the PM's office with the Defense Ministry.
Perry Avram March, the son of a Romanian Jewish immigrant who, back in 2006, was convicted of murdering his wife, Janet Levine March, has...
A military court in Gaza sentenced six Arabs to death on Sunday for collaborating with Israel, Ma'an reported. According to the Hamas Interior Ministry, the...
Homeless residents of demolished Amona will protest across from the cabinet meeting to demand a new town.
PM Netanyahu is also contending with Case 1000, a probe into gifts he and his wife have received.
Egyptian officials testified at his trial that the CIA was actively assisting Omar Abdel-Rahman in entering the US.
Will the high court rule against Arabs with the same unyielding dedication it showed in the case of a Jewish community? Regavim – and the rest of us, want to find out.
The Syrian president is more concerned 'how to have Syrians return to their homeland rather than how to send them to the US.'
The animosity between management and the pilots in El Al is so severe, the two groups have been unable to sit in the same room together during negotiations.
Back in 2015 a different jury was one vote short of convicting Hernandez. The prosecutors decided to try him again, and this time got a conviction.
UK-based Campaign Against Antisemitism warns that "once again [it] sees a neo-Nazi being given carte blanche."
Haifa Chemicals is being held responsible for finding alternative arrangements, and keeping a reserve.
The US said it would not stop former Pres. Toledo from boarding the plane.
Dusseldorf art gallery owner Max Stern was expelled from the Reich Chamber of Fine Arts in 1935, because of his religion, and was forced to sell his collection.