An undercover police sting has netted marijuana, cocaine and arms in a multi-site raid across Israel.
Using these fraudulent documents to apply to the Israeli health ministry, the suspects received licenses to engage in the medical professions in Israel, police said.
At midnight Jordan finally posted a short-lived half-condemnation of the Temple Mount terror attack, which was then removed.
Will the UN rush to investigate an attack leaving two UN peacekeepers wounded in the Golan Heights, as it did when a UNIFIL soldier was shot in January?
Not surprisingly, a full 84% of the Arab public thinks there was no need to legislate the Nationality Law.
Thousands attended a Jerusalem memorial service to mark the end of seven days' mourning for five terror victims.
A Shin Bet sting nabs Arab Israelis after returning from Syria where they join Al Qaeda and ISIS-linked terror groups -- a whole group this month.
Tourism to Israel continues to rise, says Minister Yariv Levin, especially from China.
Eventually the NYPD showed up, rounded up the rioters and released them—uncharged—outside.
The first official Turkish delegation to Israel in five years arrives to discuss a development project in Jenin.
Thousands are expected to attend, and the protest in a show of support for the endangered Druze community across the border in Syria.
It's official: Israel will accept 100 Syrian orphans as refugees from the civil war across the border.
Netanyahu said he would not continue to meet with someone who called Israel an Apartheid state.
The figure amounts to triple the sum allocated in the last five-year plan, which expired in this year.
Someone spray painted "ISIS" in Arabic on a memorial for fallen Druse soldiers up north.
"The [Palestinian] Olympic Committee made the decision, and as a competitor I cannot oppose them," the boxer said.
While the antisemites celebrate "Israel Apartheid Week", a local survey found that 65% of Israeli-Arabs are proud to be Israeli.
There are no Druze spies, since the founding of the state of Israel and until the Mashiach comes.
"Ku’am wa antum bekhair. Happy Holiday!" wrote Prime Minister Netanyahu.
President Rivlin was asked by Arab high schoolers how they should grapple with the Jewish symbolism in the national anthem, as non-Jews.
The Druze believe they are descendants of Yitro.
"Expanding our knowledge of languages opens up doors to understanding and contributes to an collaborative atmosphere."
It is not yet known if Netanyahu has agreed to capitulate to the Islamic threats of violence.
Media went bananas yesterday over an IDF closure, which lasted two hours, of a tiny part of the Golan. Now it's a siren.
Security sources are maintaining a partial gag order on an investigation into a deadly attack in Haifa.