Under the legislation, the blue and white would have to be flown at every event with state officials present.
Tanda the rhino brings new inhabitant to safari park zoo.
Israel has promised not to extend Bilal Kayed's administrative detention beyond the six month term he was given in June, Haaretz learns.
With the leak plugged and the substance that oozed out apparently headed downstream toward Saudi Arabia, underwater life in the Gulf of Eilat seems to have been spared any damage from the Jordanian spill.
Military prosecution cites lack of criminal evidence in over a dozen incidents, but opens criminal investigations into six alleged incidents.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.
Settler establishment says reduction is proof that the so-called 'price tag' phenomenon is nothing but the product of a few dozen isolated youths on the fringes of society.
The results set the stage for a Security Council showdown between the five veto-wielding powers over whether sanctions should be imposed in the wake of the inquiry.
Average July occupancy at 68% is just 3 percentage points below 2013 levels.
Beak makeover at Ramat Gan Safari Park saves giant bird starving to death after it suffered a blow to the mouth.
The king in Jonathan Yalon’s book is a bit Gadhafi, a bit Erdogan, a bit Central Asian tyrant. In other words, he’s not all bad.
The under-visited Negev offers some eye-opening alternatives, whether learning about traditional Bedouin crafts from local women, preparing ethnic dishes with immigrants, or overnight stays with kibbutz families.