The 300 demonstrators waved Syrian and Druze flags and carried images of Syrian President Bashar Assad
A 31-year-old man from the Druze village of Daliyat el-Carmel was arrested
Moldovan man was 10th workplace fatality in Israel this year, third in the northern town of Harish in three days
Amos Gilad reports that Netanyahu gave Germany approval to sell advanced submarines to Egypt in what Kahol Lavan chairman calls 'the most serious corruption affair in the country’s security history'
Head of the local council for the affluent town called on the public to donate money to pay the private company behind the project to cancel it
Avichai Mandelblit rejects Miri Regev's request for authority to pull funding from institutions for their content, says it 'seriously infringes on freedom of expression'
Republican lawmaker to lobby alongside colleague Ted Cruz, questions to whom territory would be returned should Israeli depart
Police say investigation launched after video of woman shaking child went viral
Kahol Lavan party chairman also says he will form a unity government with Likud and 'anyone who is Zionist and sane'
A number of incidents occurred at Haifa's Rambam Medical Center, while at the Western Galilee Hospital, relatives of a patient who died damaged equipment and attacked guards
Ra'id Rushrush was charged with murdering Tehila Nagar in 2016, but police mishandling of evidence complicated the case
Incident follows another one in January in which the Lebanese army arrested a U.S. citizen who entered the country from Israel
'We do whatever is necessary,' Netanyahu says day after Syrian media reported that Israeli tank shells hit targets in southern Syria
The judges cited public-order concerns about the work being shown at a museum, saying a city must prevent offense to local people
Everyone knows that the places of the ministers and of returning ex-minister Gideon Saar are relatively safe - the real battle is over the second and third groups of 10
Tiberius mayor ignores criticism from incensed ultra-Orthodox community, says bus line and tourist centers will operate on Shabbat, 'as befits a central, progressive and enlightened tourist city'
'That’s no secret. We wanted this alliance. But we can’t force ourselves on a party that doesn’t want us'
David Palma’s political cartoons combine caricatures of right-wing Israeli politicians with Holocaust themes
King Abdullah had announced intentions to restore Jordanian sovereignty over the Naharayim border enclave, home to a popular tourist site, in October
For the past 50 years, the kibbutzim and moshavim have been the party's bastions of support. However as these camps move toward the center, Labor is doing little to welcome new voters
Mayor says work will no longer be displayed following discussions with church leaders ■ Creator previously asked museum to remove his work to protest Israeli policies
In the wake of protests by local Christians, Deputy Attorney General Dina Zilber warned Regev that cutting state funding for the museum would improperly infringe on freedom of expression
Route 90 floods as rain sweeps northern Israel, with snow in the north and more wet weather expected on Wednesday
20 percent of those polled at pro-Likud event say Netanyahu should resign if 'God forbid, an indictment is filed against the prime minister' in his corruption probes
Haifa Catholic Church Leader Blasts 'McJesus' Sculpture: 'What's Suitable for Europe Isn't Suitable for Us'
Church officials agreed with museum management that a screen would be placed around the work, blocking it from general view
Three police officers wounded as protesters throw stones, while culture minister demands that it be removed and suggests official support for museum could suffer
One of the two, Mohammed Abu Zeinab of the village of Jish, allegedly killed Yara Ayoub with the help of a juvenile accomplice due to the girl's repeated requests for money
Mohammed Lababidi initially provided an alibi but witnesses' testimonies and forensic tests proved that he was the one who killed his pregnant wife
Roads blocked in northern Golan area after 35 centimeters of snow measured at mountain's lower levels
'Mendelblit Is a Collaborator': Police Launch Probe Into Graffiti Targeting Israel's Attorney General
Incident comes a week after Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit, who is facing a crucial decision on whether to indict the prime minister, reported to police that his father's grave had been desecrated