Yonatan Heilo's case sparked debate about self-defense in instances of abuse. His death is now raising concerns about rehabilitation for ex-convicts
Former Shin Bet head lashes out at Netanyahu for dealing 'serious blow to the security of the State of Israel'
The suspect, a resident of Modi’in Ilit who was violating a house arrest order from a prior case, was detained when police tried to break up a crowd of worshipers who had gathered in violation of COVID-19 restrictions
Local authorities report flash flooding across central towns, with some damage to the Israeli military headquarters in Tel Aviv
Judge at Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court orders Eyal Levy, 41, committed to psychiatric institution for three years ■ Lawyer: 'We hope it will improve his condition'
Two and a half years after Netanyahu pledged funds to rehabilitate south Tel Aviv, the city receives eight million of a 20 million national budget to resettle asylum seekers in Western countries and other parts of Israel
Israel Police detained eight One Climate activists after direct action aimed at disrupting ongoing construction work in ecologically and politically sensitive area
Police cites lack of evidence as cause for closing case, despite footage and several photos of the suspected assailants
Petah Tikva signs a deal pledging to 'integrate the children of asylum seekers into educational institutions without separate frameworks for foreign children and Israeli children'
Demonstrators marched in Tel Aviv and other central cities, while smaller protests spread across junctions, squares and bridges nationwide
Crime Minister's Sadi Ben Shitrit said during a protest that Hitler 'behaved just like' Netanyahu, in remarks condemned by politicians and protest groups alike
Owners are angry because stores in shopping centers and on the street are allowed to open – and they say the government and city aren’t doing anything to help them
Police cite violations of regulations that call for demonstrators to keep a few hundred meters away from the defense minister's home, even though he has urged police to allow the protests to take place
South Tel Aviv cops left 200-shekel bill in plain sight in car with door open, watched through surveillance cameras, and busted woman after she took the money
Employee of Magen David Adom spat on pictures of Jesus after entering building to administer a COVID test, saying it was 'idol worship'
Protesters say police are doing everything possible to props referring to the 'submarine affair' out of the demonstrations, police say they can be used as weapons
Attorney Ido Shiponi was taken to the police station when he refused to vacate premises in accordance with High Court ruling on permitted spots for protesting in Petah Tikva
Police say they arrested 18 with protesters claiming 23 have been detained as they demand Netanyahu be investigated for the so-called 'submarine affair'
Main events planned to take place in Be’er Sheva, Tel Aviv and Nahariya
Shula Klein, 70, who was apprehended five times at anti-government protests, plans to sue the police for wasting her time: 'It’s no joke, it’s kidnap'
As stores reopened on Sunday for the first time in nearly two months, Dr. Sharon Alroy-Preis warned that 'the pandemic will get out of control' if the coronavirus cabinet continues to ignore Health Ministry recommendations
In Tel Aviv, march in Rabin Square followed a memorial event commemorating the 25th anniversary of Prime Minister Yithzak Rabin's assassination
Opposition leader Yair Lapid is the keynote (and only) speaker of an event that has drawn criticism for being affiliated with just one political party, and for not including an Arab speaker as it had in previous years
In Tel Aviv suburb Holon, stores' blinds are halfway up, or they’ll deliver goods to a nearby bench. Shop owners say the coronavirus is finishing off what the malls started
March commenced at intersection where several protesters were recently assaulted
Thursday will see even more rain after a stormy Wednesday caused flooding throughout Israel
Police says those detained defied conditions for protest, but they were ultimately released without conditions
Demonstrators in Rishon Letzion protested the government's failure to include retail store, shopping centers in the latest easing of coronavirus restrictions
A protester in Ramat Gan was pepper sprayed by someone passing by on a scooter ■ Man in Ramat Hasharon was beaten by two men ■ Protesters say one was wounded after plainclothes officer kicked him in the head
Gadi Shaltiel's attorney dismisses the allegation, claiming his client acted in self-defense against protesters who were banging on his house