Faction members say they're troubled by principle 'allowing Knesset members to oust publicly-elected MKs.' Likud official: without Habayit Hayehudi, bill won't pass.
- Sweden arrests 14 over plan to attack asylum center (AP)
- Israeli moderately wounded in stabbing attack near West Bank settlement (Haaretz)
- IDF investigates report of stabbing attack in the West Bank (Haaretz)
- PM: We'll surround ourselves with fences in defense against the wild beasts around us (Haaretz)
- Netanyahu on Turkey: We're aiming for normalization, but it's a two-way process (Haaretz)
- Defense Minister Ya'alon heads to Germany, Switzerland to meet counterparts (Haaretz)
- U.S. intelligence chief: Syrian government used chlorine in attacks on opposition groups (Reuters)
- Number of migrants reaching Europe by sea soars 10-fold, migration agency says (Reuters)
- Saudi Arabia says it shot down missile fired from Yemen (AP)
- U.S., allies say target Islamic State with 18 strikes in Iraq, three in Syria (Reuters)
- Turkey opens border for injured Syrian refugees, aid organization says (DPA)
- Iraqi: Government forces have regained full control of Ramadi from ISIS (AP)
- Defense Minister Ya'alon to fly Tuesday to Switzerland and Germany for security conference (Haaretz)
- Jerusalem mayor: Herzog's plan to divide Jerusalem is a dangerous and slippery slope (Haaretz)
- Hong Kong police fire warning shots in bloody street clashes in worst violence since 2014 pro-democracy protests (Reuters)
'I'm not a great fan' of Netanyahu, Sanders admits; as a Jew, he had always admired a different Israeli leader, David Ben-Gurion, the social democrat.
The wall-to-wall condemnation of three Arab MKs for meeting terrorists' families shows that the Joint List is only one party here that truly understands what democracy is.
IDF combing area for assailant, who is believed to have escaped to Palestinian village Nahalin.
At a time of declining rates of Jewish identification and synagogue memberships in the U.S., new ways of connecting to Judaism are surfacing, and proving successful. Now, a group hailed for its innovative spirit is offering a rabbinic fellowship.
Thousands of improvised explosive devices remain in the war-torn Iraqi city.
IDF operations have led to 'waves' of Israelis suffering from a psychotic episode or other mental health crises to seek care at Kfar Izun holistic treatment village, says founder and former officer Omri Frish.