Israel's Foreign Ministry ordered to 'reassess' EU involvement with Palestinians after decision to label West Bank goods, reason for timing remains unclear.
- Palestinians say teen killed by police in Silwan; violent demonstrations erupt in village (Haaretz)
- Palestinian health service reports treating 70 casualties across West Bank on Sunday (Haaretz)
- Driver lightly wounded in rock-throwing incident near Atarot, north of Jerusalem (Haaretz)
- Rescue workers: Russian air strikes kill over 30 civilians in rebel-held northwest Syria (Reuters)
- Netanyahu suspends contact with EU over Israel-Palestinian peace process (Haaretz)
- Iran's Khamenei condemns Paris attacks, calls it 'blind terrorism' (AP)
- Israeli Arab lawmakers urge top court to force Israel to try Dawabsheh murderers (Haaretz)
- UN climate conference in Paris starts with moment of silence for victims of Paris attacks (AP)
- Ban Ki Moon asks Turkey, Russia to de-escalate tension, expresses deep concern (AP)
- Iraqi foreign minister: Paris attacks mark new stage in global war against extremism (AP)
- Some 1.5 million people entered the EU illegally in 2015, says European Council head (Reuters)
- Lahav 433 unit chief Roni Ritman identified as top cop suspected of sexual misconduct (Haaretz)
- French police clash with climate protesters in Paris (Reuters)
- Russia: 3 ISIS allied militants killed after they refused to surrender (AP)
- Assad: Rivals upped rebels' warms, financial support since offensive began (Reuters)
Netanyahu's security measures aren't magic or new and, according to the army, they're not all that effective either.
In Israel and in the Diaspora, many Jews refuse to see what is patently obvious to others: Israel is neither Jewish nor democratic.
The defense minister is on record as saying that the suspects in the arson attack on the Dewabsheh family are known but indicting them would reveal intelligence sources.
Center for Women’s Justice files petition to High Court, claiming that ban on women reading from Torah scrolls at Western Wall violates anti-discrimination laws.
The comments, reported by Iran's official news agency, are the supreme leader's first reaction to the attacks, in which 130 people were killed.
Gutfreund, who died of cancer just two months before the publication of his latest book, made his writing debut with a humorous novel about the children of Holocaust survivors.