United Torah Judaism leader's remarks come as Netanyahu, struggling to form a coalition, commends direct vote for prime minister as way out of stalemate and calls on Bennett to back it too 'if he wants a right-wing government'
Witnesses say suspects walked around Jerusalem city center and asked people questions in attempt to find out if they had an Arabic accent, and attacking those who were presumed Arabs
Child, two others arrested during demonstration a day after an assault on rabbi, amid plans to sell a building in the traditionally Arab neighborhood to a yeshiva
Assault of rabbi in Jaffa's Arab neighborhood of Ajami sparked clashes between protesters, counter-protesters, and police
Activist and lawyer Ameer Fakhoury weighs in on an unprecedented time for Arabs in Israeli politics – and what that means for the Palestinian national movement within the country
Police detain three Jaffa residents who protested the sale of a local building to the yeshiva, after two were arrested for the attack on Rabbi Eliyahu Mali
Locals say 21-year-old Mareem Altakruri was returning home from prayers when she was caught in the crossfire of two feuding families
In a separate incident in Ramle, 69 people were detained after a family feud broke out and a police officer was shot in the leg
The westward expansion, tall towers, addiction to cars and damage to open spaces are additional ways the capital is being marred, the city’s former urban planning chief tells Haaretz
The tragedy of Sabri Arslan, who was killed in 1952 during clashes, provides an insight into the story of minorities who joined the young country’s police. Within the squad they were treated as second-class citizens. In their society, some disapproved of their joining a Zionist unit ■ Israel Memorial Day 2021
The shooter, who is on the loose, entered Suha Mansour's beauty salon and shot her five times ■ Police investigating
The prime minister is trying to convince Israel's far right to join a coalition that will rely on cooperation with the Islamists. But practical issues surrounding the Bedouin communities in the Negev are complicating his political maneuvers
Two youths were injured in the incident ■ In a separate incident, a man was shot dead in a Bedouin village in the north
Israeli police are investigating the incident as a hate crime after 20 vehicles had their tires slashed, in the second such anti-Arab attack within the Green Line in weeks
Pothole politics rather than Palestine now top the agenda. Are Israeli Jews ready for the change?
The prime minister has brought about the impossible arithmetic that is now making it impossible for him to form a coalition, and it may all come down to what this one politician decides
Following Islamist party leader's speech, statement from Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky says it's preferable to cooperate with those who respect religion than with the left
Analysis Israel Election Results: Islamist Leader Offered the Jewish Right an Olive Branch, but Can It Get Him Any Results?
In a highly anticipated, conciliatory speech, Mansour Abbas didn't mention Palestine or any of the major issues his Arab voters want resolved. If he can't translate his strategy into tangible achievements, it might become a eulogy for his political career
Israel Election Results: Kingmaker Islamist Party Leader Says 'Time to Create Different Reality' in Israel
At a press conference on Thursday, United Arab List Chairman Mansour Abbas refrained from announcing which candidate UAL intends to recommend to President Reuven Rivlin next week
'The tragedy of Munir Anabtawi and his family is an exact reprise of the deaths of Shirel Habura a year ago, and of Yehuda Biadga two years ago'
The cop who fatally shot Munir Anabtawi in Haifa was reinstated just days after the incident, and as the Justice Ministry's investigation is ongoing
For the first time, an Arab party can be kingmaker, and crown a prime minister; Mansour Abbas' demands carry some heft, but he understands this and relishes it
Israel election 2021: The leaders of the camp, Lapid and Sa'ar and possibly Bennett, are seeking to oust Netanyahu, but aren't coordinating their efforts. In the meantime, Islamist leader Mansour Abbas wants to play kingmaker