Government's move to reduce funding to Arab communities 'is a clear example of racist disregard for the justified demand for equality and social justice,' Zionist Union leader says.
Each year around 30 people in Israel leave home, never to be seen again; families often turn to private investigators out of frustration with law enforcement.
A loss in Be’er Sheva, 27 goals, and the possibility of claiming the title before spring. As for the transfer window: no need to fix what isn’t broken.
Two sets of photos, one from 1970 and one from 2013, show regional transformations - from different parts of Jerusalem to the nuclear reactor to Gaza City.
Non-ultra-Orthodox candidates hold primary vote via public survey to determine which candidate will face off against current Haredi Mayor Moshe Abutbul, of Shas.
Amid increased tensions between Haredi and non-Haredi residents, the upcoming mayoral race has been dubbed 'the last battle for the future of the city.'
The 5-0 win over Beitar Jerusalem was the moment Maccabi Tel Aviv grasped that a 17-year wait was over and a new era had begun
Radi could be the Israeli Rosa Parks, the one who finally puts his foot down and says "enough" to racist fans.
Justice Ministry committee determines that Eli Yishai, Yuval Steinitz and Yitzhak Aharonovitch can receive NIS 50,000 each to cover costs of legal representation in response to state comptroller's report.
Naturally, the elections for the 19th Knesset will all come down to the numbers on January 23, the day after the poll, but there have been quite a few numbers to revel in along the way.
When the first TV ads for political parties ran in 1969, Israel had only one television channel, and the ads enjoyed ratings of 80 to 90 percent. Today, with tumbling ratings, only 7 minutes of airtime per party, and losses of millions of shekels for TV stations, does anybody really need them?
Vibrating pagers are one solution, but they are only activated when owners are in their hometown.
Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz asks for about NIS 60,000 legal costs to be reimbursed,
Coursera, which was set up by two Stanford professors, offers free courses to about 1.3 million students worldwide; HUJ was to initially offer only 3 courses.
The video has not, however, been removed from YouTube, in keeping with the company’s general policy of non-intervention with content.
The cost to victims can be anywhere from a few thousand shekels to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
In effort to defend the country's infrastructure against future cyber-attacks, cabinet announces plan to cutoff government websites from global networks.
The finance minister is asking for the state to repay his legal expenses for countering allegations raised against him in a report on the 2010 blaze; the amount he is asking for is three times the maximimum set by the state.
Shin Bet security services and police officials say migrants are used as money launderers by terror organizations wanting to move cash in and out of Israel, and into the West Bank.