Three vehicles were set on fire and a Hebrew inscription was sprayed on the walls of a mosque in the West Bank village of Burqa.
Jerusalem court rules that the girl was intoxicated and chose to have sex with the 25-year-old.
Air pollution levels around bus platforms many times higher than allowed.
Funeral follows death earlier Monday of Shas spiritual leader and former chief rabbi; at least 200 receive medical attention.
Historian Benjamin Z. Kedar, whose unit crossed the Suez Canal, has a photograph to prove his myth-breaking case.
Gag order lifted on arrests of Jewish minors made over the past week.
Four suspects arrested for allegedly smashing 15 tombstones in a Protestant cemetery on Jerusalem’s Mount Zion.
The tomb of Warder Cresson, one of the most colorful figures of 19th-century Jerusalem, was found as part of a project to map the Mount of Olives Cemetery.
In an interview with Haaretz, the Bibi-backed incumbent outlines his plan to beat Lieberman's choice Moshe Leon at the municipal ballot box this month.
Environmental Protection Minister Amir Peretz says proposal, which would hem in two East Jerusalem neighborhoods, has no 'particularly sensitive natural value.’