Relatives say Ahmed Mahmid's actions were not politically motivated, alleging that police could have stopped him without killing him
Perpetrator identified as 30-year-old Israeli Arab from Umm al-Fahm ■ Police evacuated Temple Mount, scouting area as investigation launched ■ Suspect's family says he suffered from mental distress
Several people who swam in Golan Heights streams are being tested for leptospirosis, a bacterial disease
Workers caught the students on security cameras and called local authorities. The two were flown back to Israel
'The Syrian army is not making do with taking control of all of Syria's territory,' Lieberman tells Israeli military forces
The High Court has never been conclusive on whether it has the authority to overrule a Basic Law – the controversial nation-state law might be the litmus test
When the prime minister saw Druze leaders insisting that the nation-state law be changed, he opted for a controlled explosion that would mark the group public enemy number one
'Despite our unreserved loyalty, Israel doesn't see us as equals,' Druze leader tells mass Tel Aviv protest ■ Right-wing activists spread fake correspondence on deal between Druze leaders and Labor party
The debate has widened to include issues within the community relating to leadership, political power and women’s rights ■ 'It is impossible to condition equality on military service,' says Druze lawmaker Akram Hasoon
Israeli Defense Minister Stands by Decision to Close Gaza Border Crossing: Israel 'Not Going to Play'
Avigdor Lieberman explains the decision to shutter the Kerem Shalom crossing ■ Defense minister addresses tensions at Syria border, says 'Assad understands what would happen if situation not restored to normal'
Prime minister's remark comes days after Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels attacked Egypt-bound Saudi oil tanker ■ Defense minister: 'The IDF is ready to respond'
Some of the elders in the Golan still dream of Syrian sovereignty, the younger people are not as passionate about it, but all agree on one thing: The real issue on the agenda is the dangerous nation-state law
Some Druze representatives say Netanyahu is trying to implement a policy of 'divide and conquer' ■ Netanyahu: Anyone who serves in the military should be eligible for benefits ■ PM plan includes passing Basic Law for Druze
Tatour, 36, was convicted of incitement to violence and supporting terrorist organizations in May
In a letter, Regev instructed Haifa mayor to prohibit the event by 'those who wish us ill, who undermine our existence'
The new nation-state law has given members of Israel's model minority the feeling they've been betrayed: 'We’re blood brothers when someone dies but now we're second-class?'
Netanyahu did not commit, said he would continue consultations. Druze leaders demand Israel gives all citizens equal rights
Carved basalt with three depressions had been repurposed in Ottoman-era house that had been blown up by Israeli forces; now rediscovered in el-Araj, the proposed hometown of Peter, Andrew and Philip
Air defense systems failed to intercept two BM-21 rockets ■ Initial investigation suggests strong likelihood they were fired by ISIS
It seemed as if the Jews of France would come to Israel in droves after the 2015 attacks in Paris. It turns out that these expectations were exaggerated - here's why