Hussam Sajeer had volunteered to work that day, so that a Jewish police officer could have the day off to celebrate Sukkot with his family.
Rabbi Kanievsky stressed that the vaccines are "siata d'shmaya" (help from Heaven).
Col. Awad Suleiman “burst through the glass ceiling, thereby forming an example and an inspiration for so many,” says his commander.
"Today Lebanon appears to have lost its anchor and is now in need of a resuscitation."
Kara visited a joint Italian-Israeli dairy farm and cheese factory which is under construction in the Karabakh region.
"In the name of pluralism and diversity, we will work to connect, bridge, and emphasize what we have in common, for our country and our future.”
The most combative among the incoming team was undoubtedly the next Minister of Religious Services (Bennett's old job) Matan Kahana from Yamina.
Four memorial candles were lit in memory of the Jewish, Muslim, Christian and Druze IDF casualties, and a fifth candle, a candle of hope for the unity of Israeli society.
"For years we waited for the moment when you would make aliyah to Eretz Israel and, thank God, this day has come."
“A state of anger prevails among the people who have moved to their lands to prevent the Israeli authorities from installing the fans.”
Drugs and ammunition were also seized at the house.
"The Druze are our brothers and are a cornerstone of the State of Israel. We cannot allow radical groups with foreign interests to erode our brotherhood."
The petitioners want more inclusiveness in the official ceremonies for religious-minorities who have also fallen in battle.
"Organized, forward-thinking policy of this kind is in the best interests of the residents themselves."
The PM's press release referenced Proverbs 27:24. Is the PM growing philosophical in the face of a rising plague? We don't know.
"I opened his mouth and with my finger attempted to dislodge the blockage. I was able to remove a bit of it and on the next back blow, a piece of banana flew out of the baby’s mouth."
Here's a factoid to hang on your fridge door: 45% of all the Jews in the world live in Israel, and 78% of them were born in Israel.
"At first, I didn’t want the refugees we were helping to know I was a Druze, but they recognized me from my accent."
The Masoud family lives in Beit Jann, a Druze village on Mount Meron in northern Israel.
The terrorists stormed the Temple Mount in the summer of 2017 and murdered two policemen.
Israeli authorities notified the group before they departed that travel to Syria was illegal; the arrests came after months of investigation.
Many Druze Israelis who recognized the importance of donations for the needy bought food that was handed to the volunteers.
"In my community, they have a difficult time with the fact that a woman would ride a motorcycle or drive an ambulance, and treat patients at all hours of the day."
"This is a moment and an historic achievement for our village and for the entire (Druze) community.”
"Around 7 PM, when we had about 40% of the voters, one committee member came up to me and suggested they double the money I receive for this day, and in return I would allow them to share the votes of those who hadn't voted."
"The successful integration of young people from the community in the labor market is a natural step that will benefit not only the community, but also the entire Israeli economy."
Almost two months before the elections – advantage Bibi.
"It's a shame that we continue to deal with trifles instead of my many achievements as communications minister in the Israeli government."
Kazim Khalilieh, who presents pro-Israel lectures around the world, discussed the difficulties of advocating for Israel as a member of the Muslim community.
Border Police forces and inspectors of the Israel Nature and National Parks Authority conducted a search of the home of the suspect in Yarka, and found 44 protected partridges slaughtered and packed in a freezer.