PA President Abbas's refusal to publicly condemn the terror attack that killed Baruch Mizrachi is putting a damper on the parade.
The law will not protect soldiers accused of looting, destruction of property, taking bribes, bullying, and sexual offenses.
British PM Theresa May signed the Book of Condolences for Israel's late President Peres, z'l, at the Israeli Embassy.
The new, massive construction in Qalqilya will effectively circle the Jewish community of Tzofim in the Samaria mountains.
Jewish Home leader responds to news that Shalit releasee killed Baruch Mizrahi, says days of prisoner-swaps are over
Palestinian leaders -- and the US -- bitterly faced facts the morning after Israelis voted to re-elect Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Netanyahu was admitted for tests suffering from coughing fits and a high fever.
PM Netanyahu says the threat of sending Israeli commandos into Cairo was enough to convince Egypt's president to send his own troops to rescue Israeli embassy staff from a mob.
Using humor to fuse a tense situation, MK Zahalka said, "I didn't know they were short on chairs in the presidential palace."
A former aide to PM Netanyahu was detained at Ben Gurion International Airport "to give testimony."
Not even off the lot, the F-35 fighter jet is proving to be a bigger lemon than anyone first thought.
The deal, worth $518 million, provides a 39 percent stake and gives the partners exclusive rights to use and lease the pipeline that connects Israel with Egypt.
The Women in Green harshly condemn the latest demolition -- #36 -- of the Hazzon David synagogue near Kiryat Arba.
Israel Police are tracking what appears to be distress call from a girl who said she was being attacked, then the line then went dead.
Opposition MK calls her a "messianic" whose "dream" could engulf the Middle East in flames.
Administrative detention is temporarily cancelled for the hunger-striking terrorist.
Minister Katz told the Knesset State Control Committee that he is not prepared to compromise on safety issues, even at the cost of losing popularity.
Among the privileges which will become outlawed should the bill pass are conjugal visits, canteen purchases, and possession of TV sets and game consoles.
"It is inconceivable that deans of yeshivas would lie knowingly and sign for their students as if they're present full time in the yeshivas, while in reality they're not there."
The European Union is again castigating Israel over a simple city housing project.
"As long as the Golan Heights are perceived as being ‘in play’ as part of the ‘occupied territories,’ the illusion that it might someday be captured by Syrian or Iranian forces is perpetuated."
"When it comes down to it, it's also a struggle for life-saving infrastructure, both for Jews and Arabs."
The documents and cell phone were stolen from the colonel's vehicle. An investigation was launched.
Obama can start praying that a Jerusalem court finds Avigdor Lieberman guilty for breach of trust. If he is acquitted, he will return as Foreign Minister, and then sparks will fly.
Timing is everything when trying to make a diplomatic point, especially if it involves criticism of an ally.
Israeli and US officials cheered the rollout of the Jewish State's first F-35 'Adir' Lightning-II Stealth fighter jet.
AgriTech startups feature new crops, treatments, waste reduction and yield enhancement at Israel's AgriVest conference.
Several cars and an Israeli public bus were also damaged in the road terror attacks. A fire was started by one of the Molotov cocktails that exploded at the side of the road.
"We believe calm and security will create the best opportunity to return to dialogue and the pursuit of peace."
"The goal here is not to let Hamas off the hook and create a situation similar to what exists in Lebanon today."