As rain persists, the water level of the lake is missing only 1.795 meters to reach its full capacity ■ Light snow expected to fall over mountains in central Israel
Avi Tsitsuashvili was a bystander during a suspected hit on a rival crime family
Laying tunnel detection equipment was months in the planning, IDF says, and does not point to new Hezbollah tunnels detected
Woman was convicted of public mischief after Cyprus authorities claimed she had made up allegations of gang rape against twelve Israelis in July
Ivgy was accused of stroking the complainant’s bare back and putting his hand under her camisole. When the woman, A., objected, he responded: 'An opening calls to a thief'
The man was killed after rescuing three people whose car was swept away by severe flooding
Cyrpriot President Nicos Anastasiades is expected to pardon the woman, convicted of fabricating a claim that she was raped by twelve Israelis in Ayia Napa in July
Monitoring devices find no abnormal levels as rig, located near Haifa, emits gases and hydrocarbons ■ Previous test saw some residents temporarily evacuate homes
Several dozen Israeli activists arrived in Cyprus to protest court's decision to convict tourist of fabricating rape by a group of Israeli men
Two men lost their lives as their cars were swept away by swollen streams in northern Israel
Eleven other people were injured as a result of extreme weather conditions as Tel Aviv received 20 percent of its average yearly rainfall within a few hours
Defense Minister Naftali Bennett convened the army's top brass and top security officials for a situation assessment after U.S. assassinated the leader of Iran's Revolutionary Guards
Officials have cautioned that the processing platform off the Carmel Coast will emit carcinogenic benzene, but insist the situation is being monitored to minimize risks.
38-year-old's killing comes after more than 90 homicides this year in the Israeli Arab community
Tourist said she recanted accusation in high-profile case under pressure from police
Harsh weather conditions are afflicting Israel from north to south; twenty centimeters of snow were recorded on Mount Hermon Wednesday night
Arab women are not just going public about their experiences of sexual harassment, but they’re going against their friends, colleagues and political allies
The Bet She'arim National Park is considered one of the largest surviving Jewish cemeteries of ancient times; a complaint was filed to the police over the incident
Meeting with bereaved families meant to open dialogue about coexistence cancelled after politicians and parents complain of children being exposed to 'terrorists'
'They want to spoil relations between us. It won’t happen,' vows one resident of Manshiya Zabda, the latest target amid spate of racist attacks
Dozens of cars were vandalized and hateful slogans such as 'Arabs are enemies — expel or kill' were spray-painted in the village of Manshiya Zabda overnight
Lead Cypriot police investigator in case that made big headlines in Israel and Britain tells blatant lie on stand; what sort of justice can be expected for woman who accused 12 young Israelis of raping her?
Last month the woman testified about the events at night in the police station, saying she was forced to renounce her story about the alleged rape
Leader is expected to receive jail time for praising the actions of three Israeli Arabs who killed two Border Police officers in Jerusalem's Old City in 2017
Some 1,500 protesters in Tel Aviv called on the prime minister to resign, while dozens came to his official residence in Jerusalem to tell him: 'You'll never walk alone'
Initial probe reveals that men opened fire after police signaled a vehicle without front license plate to pull over ■ No casualties reported
Explosions heard in Damascus ■ Israel's intelligence recently assessed that Tehran decided to respond resolutely to any Israeli action
Lebanese media report unidentified man, held in Israel for questioning, shot two people before crossing the border
Jordan resumed control of the Naharayim enclave following failed diplomatic attempts to extend the clause that gave Israel control of the enclave
Deputy attorney general says cancellation 'violates freedom of expression'; culture minister called for the cancellation of the showing of 'Lea Tsemel, Advocate,' which she claims glorifies terrorists