Schoolkids asked to be reimbursed for travel outside of the city of Carmiel – because it has no Arabic-language schools; controversial 2018 law asserts self-determination in Israel is 'unique to the Jewish people'
Former Shin Bet head lashes out at Netanyahu for dealing 'serious blow to the security of the State of Israel'
The mausoleum is the city’s welfare department, a courthouse is being built on an ancient cemetery and an ancient mosque was turned into a clubhouse. The obliteration of non-Jewish historic sites in Safed
Local authorities report flash flooding across central towns, with some damage to the Israeli military headquarters in Tel Aviv
28-year-old told police he clothes were bloody because he worked in a slaughterhouse
One of the stones shattered a windshield, but no one was injured ■ Suspects, aged 14 and 15, were later questioned ■ ‘This isn’t the Israel Police, it’s the Netanyahu Police,’ frustrated protest group say
Four were arrested as 3,000 rally in Jerusalem, with another 2,500 protesting outside Netanyahu's private home in Caesarea; 66-year-old woman taken to hospital after alleged police violence
Dozens rescued in over 200 separate reported incidences of flooding; major roads in Tel Aviv, Haifa and Nes Tsiona under water
Demonstrators marched in Tel Aviv and other central cities, while smaller protests spread across junctions, squares and bridges nationwide
Netanyahu supporters say of Farkash family, whose son was killed in the Second Lebanon War: 'losing a son doesn't give you the right' to host anti-Netanyahu protesters ■ Likud party, President Rivlin, major political figures condemn the statements
Watchdog says 10 killed, Syria says three killed, one injured in 'Israeli aggression,' SANA quotes a military source as saying ■ Israel, which rarely claims responsibility for such attacks, says it responded to explosives on border
Police searching for Rabia Kenaneh, 40, following murder of wife Wafa, 37, on the street in Galilee Arab town of Arabeh
Police say they arrested 18 with protesters claiming 23 have been detained as they demand Netanyahu be investigated for the so-called 'submarine affair'
Main events planned to take place in Be’er Sheva, Tel Aviv and Nahariya
As stores reopened on Sunday for the first time in nearly two months, Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis warned that 'the pandemic will get out of control' if the coronavirus cabinet continues to ignore Health Ministry recommendations
In Tel Aviv, march in Rabin Square followed a memorial event commemorating the 25th anniversary of Prime Minister Yithzak Rabin's assassination
Health Ministry withdraws request to have younger classes split into smaller groups in order to free up classrooms
March commenced at intersection where several protesters were recently assaulted
Thursday will see even more rain after a stormy Wednesday caused flooding throughout Israel
The church was built on top of a Roman temple in the Banias, a cultic center cited in the Gospels, that is today a popular Israeli nature reserve
Victims were involved in criminal activity, according to police, who have solved just 22 percent of murder cases involving Arabs this year
A protester in Ramat Gan was pepper sprayed by someone passing by on a scooter ■ Man in Ramat Hasharon was beaten by two men ■ Protesters say one was wounded after plainclothes officer kicked him in the head
Thousands attend funeral of Sheikh Hassan Halabi in locked down Majdal Shams
Anti-Netanyahu protesters gathered at locations across Israel on Thursday night ■ In Tel Aviv, marches converged on Rabin square, where protesters held an emotional vigil for the murdered prime minister
Amid talks to settle a maritime border dispute between the two countries, Gantz says Lebanese must know that Hezbollah 'is a problem for them as well'
Thousands protest throughout the country as groups center demonstrations around annulled Knesset vote for parliamentary probe of submarine affair
Seven other youth from neighboring communities, part of a mixed regional council known for coexistence, were arrested after confrontation that left 17-year-old Itai Yitzhak dead
As fish ponds in the north recede, the furry creatures might die off, too, the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel says
Self-employed and business owners joined demonstrations in protest of government response to COVID-19: 'If we were bleeding at the start of the crisis, now we are dying'
The intoxicated assailant, who has a history of psychiatric problems, hurled stones at protesters before assaulting and threatening police officers, but denies any ideological motivation