'If this had been a Jew there would have been a response to the shooting. It’s inconceivable that no one has spoken to us. I would have expected one of the ministers to come,' says Nimr Abu Amar's cousin.
Meni Naftali, who stands to lose his job, says sudden Public Security Ministry decision is proof that he is being persecuted.
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Move aims to speed construction with imported workers, better technology and alleviate the housing shortage.
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The former defense minister sent the press scrambling for clues after saying vaguely that Netanyahu left Israel with 'an extremely troubling vulnerability to a key security challenge.' A hint as to what that might have been can be found in Dennis Ross' last book.
Robots with one motor hadn't been thought capable of moving anywhere but straight, until Ben-Gurion University invented a simulated cockroach.
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Strikes carried out by Syrian or Russian warplanes on village in rebel-held Idlib province, rescue workers and monitoring group say.
The 22-percent rise over last year reflects record number of Israelis ignoring government warnings, burgeoning number of Jewish Israelis visiting Egyptian peninsula.
Securities Authority makes appeal to the Attorney General amid growing criticism of Israel's role in an industry that critics say exploits investors.