'I will do all that is in my power' to end ban, says Glick during swearing in speech, as chief rabbi claims Jewish control of the Temple Mount is the 'next step' for Judaism.
The prime minister is already eyeing the next election. He preferred Yisrael Beiteinu over Zionist Union because of his desire to preserve his political base on the right.
The city's mayor calls this assessment 'sickening' and wants the tank moved to the less populated Negev region.
Naftali Bennett told an investigator in 2011 that when he worked for the prime minister when he lead of the opposition, his nominal fee was withdrawn under pressure from Netanyahu's wife.
The incoming defense minister agrees to oppose the so-called Israel Hayom bill, which aims to curb the free distribution of the pro-Netanyahu, Adelson-owned daily.
Shomron Regional Council to transfer $195,000 to settler organization that published video depicting Europeans as Nazis and leftists as hook-nosed Jews who collaborate with them.
'Israel is proud to stand at the forefront of international aid to developing countries and disaster-stricken areas,' says Gil Haskel, an Israeli delegate to the World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey.
Reporter Remy Pigaglio detained without explanation for 30 hours at Cairo Airport is latest incident in ongoing crackdown on freedom of expression, media.
Facebook, Google and other tech heavyweights are increasingly compensating those benevolent geeks who report their security breaches. Not surprisingly, the ‘good guys’ include quite a few Israelis.
The fiction, the facts and tips on cooking rice without arsenic.
The American musician, who was targeted by the anti-Israel BDS movement and is best known for his song 'Happy,' will appear in the Tel Aviv suburb of Rishon Letzion on July 21.
There was a time when most Israelis were entitled to an annual R&R break.