Projects built in Efrat, Geva Binyamin settlements on land that does not belong to the state are left standing as Civil Administration does not enforce the law against them
Bnei Zion's Board of Directors recommended temporarily postponing the preparatory program, 10 of whose students were killed in a flood, in order to 'rebuild itself'
Following criticism, including requests by its own lecturers and Members of Knesset, the university says it would permit the Arab-Jewish peace group, Standing Together, to hold activities on campus
The university originally approved the End the Occupation Week events, but now says that the organizers need to pay for security: 'Here we have an issue that’s very charged, especially in recent times'
The firm's Israel CEO admits the U.S. company's involvement in preschools 'isn't logical' but says 'the moment a commercial company wants to contribute to the community, it becomes worthwhile'
Both the health and asylum-seeker authorities aren't correcting deficiencies pointed out in previous reports, State Comptroller Joseph Shapira says in his annual report
Police claim the 62-year-old protester, who waved a sign that said 'Crime Minister,' was interfering with the event
Aside from skepticism regarding the agreement's execution, Eritreans in southern Tel Aviv attest they have bonded with its people and culture. They think of Israel as their country
Some scholars say workbooks 'flatten the biblical text' and banning them will teach students how to analyze and understand biblical stories on a deeper level
We will not be used as a 'political thought police for the government,' heads of universities say in unusually harsh response
While parents have complained that their kids are being indoctrinated in impromptu lessons held ahead of the holiday, the Education Ministry says it ‘trusts schools’ judgment’ in selecting workshops
Education Minister Naftali Bennett said that Sharansky 'embodied the fulfillment of the Zionist dream - from the darkness of a Soviet prison to the light of liberty as the head of the Jewish Agency'
The 64-year old has featured in lecture tours for young people and soldiers, while traveling to communities around the world and helping bereaved families
As housing minister, the Moroccan-born former Likud bigwig made changes that improved the so-called development towns in the country's outskirts
The court order came in response to a petition submitted by human rights activists against the government’s plan to deport some 40,000 African asylum seekers to 'third countries,' reported to be Rwanda and Uganda
Those released from Holot are forbidden to live or work in Tel Aviv, Petah Tikva, Eilat, Netanya, Bnei Brak, Ashdod or Jerusalem – cities that have sizable concentrations of asylum seekers
An Education Ministry document obtained by Haaretz describes a plan to deny eligibility for special education to pupils suffering from issues such as developmental delays, borderline intelligence and learning disabilities
The Education Ministry says the prize ‘is not representative and isn’t awarded based on gender, ethnic or sectoral quotas’
Ben-Yishai was decorated after the Yom Kippur War for helping the wounded under fire and during the first Lebanon war reported on the Sabra and Chatila refugee camps
Five Wolf Prizes are to be awarded in Jerusalem in May. They will be shared among nine winners from the U.S., Canada, Japan, Hungary and Britain