A 31-year-old man from the Druze village of Daliyat el-Carmel was arrested
The event was co-organized by the French Cultural Institute in East Jerusalem ■ France summons Israeli envoy for clarifications
Michael Ganor, who served as German shipbuilder Thyssenkrupp's representative in Israel, recanted his testimony citing pressure on his family
Vandals spray-painted the Star of David symbol on the cars, smashed windows and scrawled the slogan 'We don't sleep while our brothers are slain'
Attributing the murder of Israeli Arab women to 'violent Arab culture' is a racist attempt to seek cover from blame – and fails to protect the victim
Appeal charges police were 'trigger-happy' the day of the incident in which Ayman Odeh claimed he was hit in the head and injured by a sponge-tipped bullet
Police to reopen site to morning worshipers ■ Three suspects arrested ■ Clashes erupt between police forces and worshipers
According to police, Salama Ka'abna, 22, sped at a police officer with his face covered and disregarded calls to stop the vehicle; burglary tools and stolen goods uncovered in car
Israelis of Ethiopian origin say they are often asked to show ID for no reason ■ New directives stop short of threatening punishment for deviating from procedure
WATCH Temple Mount Tensions Continue as Israeli Police Officers Refuse to Remove Shoes at Disputed Prayer Site
Officers were caught on video trampling prayer rugs at the Bab al-Rahma site, reigniting discord after weekend prayers ended without conflict
41-year-old woman was apparently beat and stabbed to death. Police arrested a 48-year-old man and a 45-year-old woman, both Rehovot residents, under suspicion of involvement in the murder
The guards, employed by the Temple Mount's Islamic custodian, call on Muslims to participate in Friday's prayers at the entrance to the complex
Vardit Beckerknut, a 27-year-old photography student, was hitchhiking in Tel Aviv in 1993 when Valery Sakovic offered her a ride home
Police also investigating suspicions of large-scale scalping of tickets already sold
From Loyal Soldiers to Whistle Blowers: These Are Netanyahu's Confidants Who Turned State's Evidence
Three of the prime minister's formerly closest associates – Ari Harow, Shlomo Filber and Nir Hefetz – are now part of the state prosecution’s case against him
Suspect released after two months in detention even though evidence ties him to robbery crime because of police's conduct
Moshe Journo, who is accused of raping the teen in 2004 at his tanning parlor in Allegheny County, fled to Israel after being released on bond
Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court judge harshly criticizes police, says leaving them in detention is 'a blatant violation of human rights'
Loss of faith in politicians, police drive activists in city of Tira to redouble efforts to combat neglect and wave of revenge killings
Police opened an investigation into the incident, which occurred in Jerusalem, and detained four people for questioning
Head of Jerusalem Waqf refuses to sign week-long order barring his entry from the Temple Mount, calls accusations against him 'badge of honor'
Head of Jerusalem Waqf taken from home in early morning in 'unacceptable' move as police tackle reignited tensions over closed-off building ■ Israel is 'playing with fire,' Jordanian minister warns
Police are say the shooting was retribution for a January murder
Ultra-Orthodox Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman was put under investigation by police for aiding an Australian school principal suspected of child abuse avoid extradition
A week before the 33-year-old mother of three was murdered, police disarmed a bomb that was placed in her car
Still no suspects in the double murder of Yehuda and Tamar Kaduri ■ Lawyer for the couple's children says 'police are asleep on their watch and are searching in the easy places'
After being imprisoned in Finland, 28-year-old Shimon Hayut managed to escape his sentencing in Israel, turning up in various European capitals as a mysterious millionaire
Australian Jewish Group Calls to Oust Israeli Deputy Minister Accused of Aiding Suspected Sex Abuser
The Zionist Federation of Australia wants Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman fired, after police investigated him for aiding an Australian school principal suspected of child abuse avoid extradition
'I am an Israeli child, just let me stay in my home': Children facing deportation were either born in Israel or spent most of their lives in the country
New details emerge in case involving Australian ultra-Orthodox principal accused of sexual assault on minors, reveals Litzman's attempts to have Malka Leifer declared unfit for trial and block her extradition