Demonstrators accuse gov’t of disregarding their security needs, with some demanding resignation of Prime Minister Netanyahu
Lawmaker Abd al-Hakim Hajj Yahya woke up to find his car on fire but says he doesn't know who did it or why and that his family is not in dispute with anyone
For over a month migrants have been locked out of a neighborhood pitch by a local politician who says she’s ‘at war ’
A man walking by the gallery noticed the video and an image showing a man's hand inside his pants and filed a complaint ■ Police claim they requested the gallery obscure the images to ensure children aren't exposed to sexual contents
Miri Regev responds to statue by Itay Zalait, which depicts her in a white dress alongside a mirror: I put a mirror in the face of the Israeli culture world
Police suspect mobsters were settling scores: One of the victims was known for gambling and the other had a history of violence
Netanyahu responds to critics at Rabin memorial saying, leftists are 'trying to silence whoever doesn't agree with them' ■ The organizers say rally brings Israelis together to commemorate the late premier amid earlier dispute over exclusion of left-wing party
Haifa's Einat Kalisch-Rotem to become first woman to lead a major Israeli city ■ Ron Huldai wins another term in Tel Aviv ■ Jerusalem heads into a second round ■ Dramatic increase in voter turnout
'Memory can’t be bought with money. Neither can peace,' the party said in a statement
Hard core demonstrators, a group of 20 people in their 50s and 60s, have been coming to the square every single week
Dozens of residents gathered outside mayor's home, brandishing signs that read 'anxious about the future of the neighborhood'
Some 200 demonstrators gathered in Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Square, holding posters with murder victims’ pictures. 'The government hands out weapons instead of dealing with the problem. This is intolerable,' says opposition leader Tzipi Livni
One of the men told Shin Bet investigators they were checking out places to study in Turkey, but police evidence proved otherwise
Only a handful of the 40 billboards that went up around town the day before remained intact. The posters that were removed bore the slogan 'Tomorrow it could be your daughter'
‘Tomorrow It Could Be Your Daughter’: Right-wing Party Campaigns on Anti-assimilation in Central Israeli Town
Street signs in Ramle show a woman wearing a hijab, reading: 'Only a strong Habayit Hayehudi can preserve Jewish Ramle' ■ Habayit Hayehudi's national branch says that 'national character must be preserved but preserve an honorable campaign style'
Staff of the special-needs kindergarten noticed the writings and alerted the police. The vandalism is the latest in a string of similar incidents throughout Tel Aviv
Ilana Hess, 62, is also accused of taking her son to Cyprus in an effort to obstruct justice
Bystander, 26-year old woman, wounded in crossfire ■ Assailant fled scene; manhunt underway
The Association of Rape Crisis Centers in Israel reported a rise of 50 percent in the number of calls to emergency hotlines for victims of sexual assault since Christine Blasey Ford testified against Brett Kavanaugh
Netanyahu: Israel Will Keep Deporting 'Infiltrators', Eritrea-Ethiopia Peace Treaty Will Help Accelerate Expulsion
Netanyahu boasts of setting up a border fence to keep migrants away, says that despite left-wing organizations' appeal deportation will continue