When the auctions were unsealed, it turned out the winners were all Arabs, despite the fact that a large number of Jewish residents had participated.
The petitioners want more inclusiveness in the official ceremonies for religious-minorities who have also fallen in battle.
The homes of two terrorists were demolished and a third was sealed with concrete in Jerusalem early Tuesday under orders from DM Moshe Ya'alon.
The figure amounts to triple the sum allocated in the last five-year plan, which expired in this year.
So far, according to IDF sources, the entire event is still a mystery.
In Monday night's attack, Druze citizens attacked an IDF ambulance and murdered the wounded patient being transported from Syria to an Israeli hospital for treatment.
Three Druze MKs, two of them members of the coalition, petitioned the High Court of Justice against the Nationality Law.
Both Arabs and Jews were out in force Tuesday night, making their sentiments known to law enforcement officials in Jerusalem.
At the end of the operation, some of them just showed up at their bases and were allowed to resume their regular service.
The plan to enter Jenin with large IDF forces to carry out mass arrests of terrorists has been on the table for many months.
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.
The Druze believe they are descendants of Yitro.
Someone spray painted "ISIS" in Arabic on a memorial for fallen Druse soldiers up north.
IDF soldiers have demolished the home of a Hamas commander who led the murder Rabbi Eitan and Na'ama Henkin in Samaria.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett (Habayit Hayehudi) twitted on Wednesday: "Only someone this country doesn't belong to is capable of burning it."
PM Netanyahu vows to bring "to justice" Israeli Druze who lynched an IDF ambulance carrying Syrian wounded.
MK Esawi Frej (Meretz) suggested that "if this proposal is passed, every job for the Arab sector will go to the Druze."
The most combative among the incoming team was undoubtedly the next Minister of Religious Services (Bennett's old job) Matan Kahana from Yamina.
"Organized, forward-thinking policy of this kind is in the best interests of the residents themselves."
"Expanding our knowledge of languages opens up doors to understanding and contributes to an collaborative atmosphere."
The IDF ambulance was transporting 2 wounded Syrian to an Israeli hospital.
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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.
Israeli authorities notified the group before they departed that travel to Syria was illegal; the arrests came after months of investigation.
"The Druze must not be treated in a way that makes them feel like second class citizens,” Hasson told the Knesset plenum.
Kamil Abu Rokon is currently the head of the Israeli Border Authority.
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.
Among the Bedouin, the trend is reversed.
An undercover police sting has netted marijuana, cocaine and arms in a multi-site raid across Israel.
"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.”