Gaza flotilla to be countered with Israeli flagsAvi Farhan, who is organizing a counter-protest to women's flotilla, suggests that the flotilla should go to Syria.
'Peres played a role in the settlement enterprise'Daniella Weiss points out Peres’s contribution to the settlement enterprise in Judea and Samaria, but also can't forget Oslo.
New cancer center will serve northern IsraelSupporters of Emek Medical Center in Afula break ground on $25 million cancer center that will serve northern Israel.
Olmert loses Supreme Court appeal in Talansky affairSupreme Court rejects former PM's appeal of his conviction for accepting cash-filled envelopes from an American-Jewish businessman.
Rivlin returns to Israel ahead of Peres funeralPresident Reuven Rivlin and his wife, Nechama, place a flower on Peres's statue at the Presidential Residence.
White House confirms Obama will attend Peres's funeralWhite House confirms that President Obama will lead the American delegation to take part in Shimon Peres's funeral.
Torah scroll donated in memory of Hallel ArielTorah scroll donated in memory of murdered child Hallel Ariel Hy'd presented to a local synagogue.
Knesset flags lowered to half-mastSpeaker Edelstein: 'When I visited Peres last week, I was optimistic, sure that he'll be there at the open of the Knesset winter session.'
'Sonya cooked, Shimon washed the dishes'Former Chief Rabbi Lau remembers Peres the man: 'We can learn from his how to be stubborn, to stand up for our principles and not give up.'
'Shimon Peres eliminated Israel's deadliest enemy'Elyakim Haetzni of Kiryat Arba wonders 'how many of the Arabs whom Peres made into leaders will show up at his funeral?'
First Temple-era discovery at Tel LachishDig reveals ruins of a biblical city from the reign of King Hezekiah.
'Peres devoted his life to our nation and peace'Netanyahu responds to passing of former President, recalls his first encounter with him 40 years ago.
Hamas celebrates Peres' death'The Palestinian people are happy at the death of this criminal,' says Hamas spokesperson.
Unprecedented preparations for Peres funeralWorld leaders to converge on Har Herzl this Friday for massive state funeral for Shimon Peres.
'One of the founding fathers of Israel'Israel’s ninth President and former Prime Minister Shimon Peres dies at 93 after suffering a major stroke.
Yesha Council honors Peres' 'tireless work' for IsraelDespite differences over Oslo Accords and Palestinian statehood, Yesha Council remembers Peres' 'contributions to Israel.'
Hemi Peres: My father built our futureFormer president's family speaks out after his death.
Netanyahu: Peres a 'visionary' who championed defense of IsraelPrime Minister eulogizes former rival and 1996 election opponent as 'visionary' who 'strengthened Israel's defense.'
Obama, Clinton, world leaders to attend Peres funeralObama, Clinton among world leaders set to travel to Israel Friday for funeral of former President Shimon Peres.
Bennett: Last of Israel's founding fathers has left us'I'll miss Peres,' says Education Minister after former President dead at 93.
Is Herzog on the way to the coalition?Likud source denies reports that Netanyahu asked heads of coalition parties to opine about the possibility of Zionist Union joining.
Israel presents: Rays of HopeIsrael Atomic Energy Commission highlights its work in nuclear applications at the IAEA General Conference in Vienna.
Netanyahu sues to keep his dirty laundry privateNetanyahu files appeal to keep the details of the amount of money his official residence spent on laundry from being made public.
Israel's population reaches 8.58 millionIsrael will have a population of 8.585 million citizens this Rosh Hashanah, according to the Central Bureau of Statistics.
MDA presents statistics from the past year of terror attacksPast year saw wave of terror attacks with the rise of 'lone-wolf' stabbings.
Appeal: send Azariya home for the holidaysMK Hazan asks Eizenkot to release Azariya for Rosh Hashanah so he can be with his ill father for the holidays and the rest of his family
'Netanyahu continues to crusade against the media'MK Ayelet Nahmias-Verbin attacked Prime Minister Netanyahu in light of the proposed bill to close the public radio broadcast.
Peres' family members called to hospital to say goodbyeDoctors for former Israeli President say his condition has declined significantly, they've called his family members to come part from him.
'If Amona falls, Netanyahu won't be PM for long'MK Nissan Slomiansky, in an interview with Arutz Sheva, warns of the detrimental effects of destroying the town of Amona.
Enhancing Rosh HashanaI would like to deal with a halachik question which applies to all of us
'Azariya didn't shoot to kill'Senior IDF officer testifies on behalf of Elor Azariya, says fears over possible bomb justified actions.
Israel launches anti-cyberbullying programGovernment approves program to protect Israeli youth from online bullying and other cyber-crimes.
Shaked: We will not see police horses in OfraJustice Minister Ayelet Shaked said that she is committed to normalizing homes slated for demolition in the town of Ofra.
Bus driver fired for anti-religious expletiveAn Egged bus driver has been fired from his job two weeks after he used anti-religious expletives towards a haredi passenger.
Baby named after Elor Azariya'To me, he's a hero and I admire him.'
Ofra residents protest near PM's officeSchools in Ofra launch strike over planned demolitions in community as residents protest in Jerusalem.
Amir Peretz: I'm going to be Prime MinisterFormer Defense Minister vows to retake Labor leadership, then triumph in elections.
A-G doesn't rule out criminal probe of NetanyahuAttorney General Avichai Mandelblit says he would approve a criminal probe of Netanyahu if "reasonable" grounds were found.
Hazan: I was hovering between life and deathOutspoken Likud MK discusses his recent hospitalization and plans for his political future.
'We'll remove all the illegal aliens from southern Tel Aviv'Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu speaks at Rosh Hashanah toast, promises to remove all the illegal aliens from south Tel Aviv.
Ex-Minister Gideon Sa'ar considers a return to politicsFormer Likud minister Gideon Sa'ar said that during the coming year he may return to the political arena.
New poll: Yesh Atid with 25 seats, Likud 21Yair Lapid's Yesh Atid party would garner 25 seats if elections were held now, while the Likud would have just 21 seats.
Bennett gives Education Ministers tour of Hevron yeshivaNaftali Bennet visits the Hevron yeshiva with ministers from OECD countries, telling them about Talmud study and analysis. Pictures inside.
No criminal charges for tying elderly woman to a fenceThe state has decided not to press criminal charges against a caregiver who tied an elderly woman to a fence.
Infant dies in Petah Tikva nurseryMDA teams performed resuscitation on a baby and evacuated her to Schneider hospital where doctors were forced to declare her dead.
Woman falls on Ramat Gan bus, in serious conditionA woman in her sixties is in serious condition after falling this afternoon, Monday, in a Ramat Gan bus.
Intel Israel to construct 'smartest building in the world'Intel Israel begins construction on an office building that will host 2,500 employees and change the way we work.
213,913 new Israelis this yearInterior Ministry reports 186,923 babies born in Israel since last Rosh Hashanah, In addition, 26,990 immigrants made Aliyah.
'Leadership by bureaucrats endangers democracy, not Amona law'Shuli Mualem of Jewish Home rips Attorney General over claim bill to normalize Amona would 'destroy Israeli democracy.'
'Invite me to holiday toast or I'll shut down city schools'Upset at not being invited to mayor's holiday toast, union boss threatens to shut down public preschools and kindergartens.
Arab worker allegedly beaten by Jewish gangPolice arrested a Jewish man in his 20s after he and several others allegedly beat Arab worker outside of Jerusalem.
Watch: Female store clerk overpowers thieves, defends shopTwo young thieves in Ramat Gan got more than they bargained for when a female clerk cut short their attempted robbery.
'I represent all of Israeli society'Israel’s Consul General in New York, Dani Dayan, outlines four main goals in his new post.
Smotrich: Radio host's remarks were pointlessDirector of Reshet Bet national radio reprimands host for asking MK Bezalel Smotrich an offensive question.
Politicians on the left call for ban on men-only concertLeft wing MKs demand that the mayor of Tel Aviv cancel concert because it marginalizes women.
Conversion course is part of the national budgetMinister Liberman allocates 17 million shekels to the basic defense budget for the Nativ conversion course.
Berko: Balad represents foreign interestsLikud MK Dr. Anat Berko attacks the Balad Party in a post on her Facebook page.