Three other suspects arrested in death of 22-year-old Tasnim Abu Kweida.
It is illegal to have more than one spouse in Israel; convicted offenders can be sent to five years in jail, though the law is rarely enforced.
MRI shows Palestinian hunger-striker suffered brain damage; Israel earlier Wednesday promised to release Mohammed Allaan if any permanent neurological damage was found.
Police no longer think Bahia Mana’a died in hit-and-run accident, although the circumstances are still unclear.
Despite murky evidence, Be’er Sheva District Court convicts Ali Amtirat of murdering his two young daughters.
First demo on behalf of Avera Mengistu coincides with visits to Palestinian prisoners who have full rights, while Ethiopian's family 'doesn't know where he is.'
Bedouin man was charged in the beating deaths of his daughters, aged 2 and 3.
Thirteen people arrested outside Barzilai Medical Center, where Mohammed Allaan is hospitalized.
Police revise original suspicion that she died in hit-and-run accident.
Activists to demonstrate in front of Hadarim prison when families of Palestinian security prisoners visit, calling for Hamas to release Avera Mengistu, missing since September 2014.
Islamic Jihad says it will no longer be committed to maintaining calm if Mohammed Allaan, who lost consciousness after 60-day hunger strike, dies.
Mohammed Allaan, jailed without trial for over nine months, has been on a hunger strike for 60 days.
Five arrested as Israel Police breaks up violent clash outside Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon, where Mohammad Allaan was admitted.
Israel denies a deal was made, but Palestinians say some of their demands were met.
Hamas calls for 'open and comprehensive confrontation against the occupation' after Sa'ad Dawabsheh of Duma succumbs to wounds in Israeli hospital; he was laid to rest Saturday.
Gilad Kleiner, who is said to suffer from mental illness, expressed hope that additional stabbing victims will die of their wounds.
Yishai Schlissel's remand was extended by 12 days after he allegedly stabbed six people at capital's Pride parade on Thursday.
Negev has seen sharp rise in Brucellosis, a potentially fatal affliction that can spread from animals to humans.
Unlike many Bedouin villages, Al-Sayyid is recognized as legal by the state.
The fight in Rahat also claimed the life of a 16-year-old boy last week.
The advanced technology is aimed at shortening time between launch of shell and warning siren.
Boy critically wounded by gunfire in fight between two families, resident throw stones at firefighters after fire breaks out.
A 70-year-old pilot was killed after his small plane went down near Hatzeva in southern Israel.
Muza has defied the odds – and a fire – to celebrate 30 years as the bar where everyone knows your name (unless you’re a tourist).
Moussa Abu Marzouk says Israel lied about the 28-year-old Israeli of Ethiopian descent who has been missing since September when he entered Gaza Strip.
No injuries reported after projectile lands in open area near Ashkelon overnight; Israeli Air Force strikes Gaza 'terror infrastructure' targets in response.
Director of Amnesty Israel, which had organized showings in south of movie on Gaza trauma victims: 'It is inacceptable for local leaders to function as censors.'
Uri Ariel intends to introduce far-reaching changes, in coordination with Bedouin heads.
Out of respect for Avera Mengistu family’s wishes, the community will not demonstrate against the government's handling of the disappearance of the 28 year old who crossed into Gaza ten months ago.
PM's coordinator for hostages and missing persons told family of Avera Mengistu, missing in Gaza for 10 months, that if they criticize government they 'will leave him another year in Gaza.'