The woman interrupted the prime minister and asked why an emergency room had been closed in northern Israel. Netanyahu responded by telling her 'you're not interesting'
A security officer detained two men last week for alleged involvement in home break-ins
Jafar Farah was arrested following a protest in Haifa in May against Israel's policies in Gaza. He says that while in custody, the cop knocked him to the ground and handcuffed him with force
On the backdrop of the arrival of the S-300 from Russia to Syria, Netanyahu warned that if Israel withdraws from the Golan Heights, 'Iran and Hezbollah will sit on the shores of the Sea of Galilee'
'You Help Brothers Before Cousins': Party Running for Haifa Municipal Elections to Create Jews-only Merchant List
As part of city council campaign, chairman of right-wing Habayit Hayehudi party vows to boost business of Jewish merchants in Talpiot produce market
Education Ministry suspends Haifa teacher following rabbinical court ruling ■ Woman may face fines and incarceration after denying her spouse a divorce for eight years
The 27-year-old’s body will undergo an autopsy, which the family of the 55-year-old who also died is resisting
Police are investigating whether one of the men, 55, died of a drug overdose. The second man, 27, died of massive organ failure in hospital
A lack of health and social services, as well as growing isolation, have made life on the Golan harder for those who settled and developed the area some 50 years ago
Ali Shamkhani, a member of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, was quoted as saying that in case of further airstrikes, Israel 'will face reactions that would cause sorrow and penitence'
Day after Trump voices support for two-state solution, Lieberman says he's 'only interested in the Jewish state'
Tatour served five months after being convicted of incitement to violence and supporting terrorism over a poem. 'I will continue writing'
Until now these lots were closed only on Israel’s Memorial Day for fallen soldiers
No injuries were reported after men riding motorcycles hurled firebombs at the concert venue in Umm al-Fahm which was hosting a show that prompted Islamic opposition
Israeli army announces end to the humanitarian program for displaced Syrians which included food, medical care and clothing
Water levels are so low in the Kinneret Lake due to the drought that an island not seen for years is now exposed. But not all is bleak: experts expect a rainy winter, and hope to bid the island farewell
The 21-year-old suspect is the fourth to be arrested after three Israeli Arabs were brutally attacked at the Kiryat Haim beach in north Israel
The suspect, who has a criminal record, was identified by two of the three victims in a lineup
Echoing Netanyahu, defense chief says Israel won't be bound by deals made in post-war Syria ■ Syrian tells Russia Assad regime will 'go all the way' in Idlib ■ Assad offensive on rebel enclave reportedly imminent
Safed mayor Ilan Shohat was suspected of bribery, fraud and breach of trust, while Kiryat Shmona mayor Nissim Malka was suspected of bribery and obstruction of an investigation