Controversial new clause in proposed law that seeks to prevent police from making recommendations public in criminal cases now also targeting media
The soldier is currently serving a 14-month sentence after he was convicted of manslaughter for killing a subdued terrorist in Hebron
Dispelling rumors about the U.S. administration's possible plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace, PM reportedly tells cabinet he 'doesn't see anything concrete'
When Jerusalem Needs to Talk to Riyadh: This Saudi Newspaper Is Israel's Backchannel to the Arab World
London-based Saudi news site has interviewed a handful of Israelis on Iran and regional issues, most recently bringing the head of the Israeli army to Gulf readers
Former Israeli prime minister says he would seriously consider reconciling with former IDF chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi in order to replace Netanyahu
Speaking via video link to the Jewish Federations' General Assembly, PM says all Jews should be able to pray at the Kotel; says Israel offered humanitarian aid to earthquake victims in Iran
Gilad Erdan explains what's behind Israel's refusal to allow members of European delegation to enter country.
Purpose of visit was to meet convicted Palestinian leader Marwan Barghouti in prison, two ministers say
Critics say the bill, which was passed its first reading 36-30, discriminates against women, non-Jews and members of the LGBT community. 'This road is leading us to a halakhic state'
At a special parliamentary session initiated by the opposition, prime minister says Israel is experiencing 'a political renaissance'