Yisrael Katz: Netanyahu knew about everythingDenying reports that Netanyahu was surprised by the extent of the railway work on Shabbat, Yisrael Katz says that he approved the work
MK Yonah:I didn't find a peace lover in the MukataaMK Yonah met with Abu Mazen in Ramallah and reported that he wishes to repair the trust between the leaderships, but is no peace lover.
'Shabbat is just as important to me as to haredim'The Head of the Jewish Home Party clarified his stance on enforcement of Shabbat observance in light of recent coalition crisis.
'He gave the best years of his life to the State'Rivlin, on Benyamin Ben-Eliezer: 'We recall his love of this country, his dedication to its security and everything he gave to it.'
Solution to Shabbat dilemma: Gentile workers supervised by JewsRabbi Yisrael Rosen, head of Tzomet says a halachic solution can be found for nationally required Shabbat work not involving saving of life
10-year-old girl stabbed in JerusalemA 10-year-old girl was rushed to Shaarei Tzedek Hospital with moderate injuries from stabbing. Suspected stabber is her mother's partner.
Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, former Defense Minister, passes awayBinyamin Ben-Eliezer, former Defense Minister, passed away at Assaf Harofeh Medical Center. He was 80 years old.
Haredim continue to threaten 'Hexit'Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz gave a stern warning to Israel Railways, while haredim continue to threaten to collapse the coalition.
'Ni hao' - President welcomes Israeli player for Chinese teamPeres: Football is an international language, it does not matter if you speak Hebrew, Arabic or Chinese, everyone has a place on the field.
Court saves dog of girl with cancerWhen Duba, a Belgian Shepherd of Carmiel, was ordered out of her home, her family did everything they could to save her.
Judea-Samaria firefighters sue for state pensionAfter suing for their rights, the courts ruled the state must serve Judea-Samaria firefighters a pension - like the rest of the country.
Poll: Hamas will win the Palestinian electionsHamas stands neck-and-neck in Judea-Samaria, and wins by a massive margin, in a recent poll conducted ahead of PA elections.
'Haredim will not decide who is a Likud minister'Coalition chair MK David Bitan comes out strongly against a seeming 'haredi takeover,' after haredi politicians score Shabbat victory.
Likud's haredi branch backs Katz on Shabbat workLikud's haredi headquarters expresses support for Transportation Minister on issue of rail work on Shabbat.
'First Temple Mount, then Mecca'Islamic council slam plans for cable-car to Western Wall as Fatah warns Israel's next target is Muslim holy city of Mecca.
'There are post-Zionists in the Zionist Union'Labor MK warns Kibbutz movement will not tolerate post-Zionist elements in Meretz, Zionist Union. 'We may have to dump the Labor Party'.
Coalition crisis averted as Shabbat work on train lines limitedNetanyahu orders Shabbat work on train lines restricted to potentially life-threatening situations.
13 worshippers arrested inside Arab villageGroup seeking to pray by tomb of Yehoshua Bin Nun entered Palestinian Authority village without authorization.
'Missionary work in Israel a silent Holocaust'Lehava activists protest missionary event in Jerusalem.
Nigeria reportedly nixes Israel-Africa summitTense ties between Israel and Nigeria could undermine conference with 15 West African nations.
Portugal pulls out of project led by Israeli universityPortugal pulls out from a law enforcement project led by Israel’s Bar-Ilan University.
'A boycott of Judea and Samaria is a boycott of all of Israel'Minister Yuval Steinitz visits the industrial zone in northern Samaria, blasts Brussels Airlines boycott of Israeli halva.
Police: Farmer who killed Palestinian fired in self-defensePolice have sided with a farmer who shot at three Palestinian burglars trying to steal his truck - and killed one.
Transportation Minister: Shabbat violations - not my department"I can't get involved in train works which take place on Shabbat"
Israel Railways train goes up in flamesAn Israel Railways train crew evacuated passengers when a mystery fire broke out in one of the cars.
And the award for Israel's cleanest beach goes to...The Environmental Protection Ministry's "Clean Beach" index celebrates beaches which are 47.4% clean, up from 29% last year.
'Investment broker' received 2.5 million NIS from investorsThe law finally caught up with a Nahariya resident, who deceived people into giving her money under guise of 'investment broker.'
Policeman saves sea turtle drowning in trashRon Evron was out kayaking when he spotted a sea turtle entangled in a burlap bag. "It was very emotional."
Israel cracks down on incitement in east Jerusalem schoolsThe Jerusalem Municipality is censoring textbooks designated for Arab students in eastern Jerusalem.
Arrested twice in one week in the Old CityA Jewish man in his 40s was arrested twice in one week for allegedly 'disturbing the peace' near the Temple Mount.
Which MKs are promoting individual liberty and free markets?Liberty Index ranks the Knesset parties and MKs, revealing who is protecting personal liberty from government intrusion - and who is not.
Haaretz columnist: I'm guiltyAri Shavit of Haaretz writes that he was the 'nationalist' who first demanded that the Palestinian Arabs recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
'Everyone will understand who is in charge in Jerusalem'A new controversy may have been sparked in Jerusalem by Nir Barkat, who announced that the Jerusalem cablecar will have a station in Silwan
Olmert asks for early releaseFormer Prime Minister submits application to the Prison Service asking for a reduction of his sentence in the Holyland affair.
State Department blasts Hevron constructionState Department condemns government approval for the planning of new housing for Jews in Hevron as "settlement expansion".
Trump campaign offices opened up across Israel2016 election offices established in Ramat Gan, Jerusalem, and Modiin, with a Samarian office in the works.
'The end of Shabbat as the official day of rest'Professor Aviad HaCohen discussed the Director-General's committee which is expected to recommend allowing commerce on Shabbat in Tel Aviv
Uproar in Beit Shemesh after neighbor assaults teenage girlBeit Shemesh man arrested after sneaking into neighboring apartment, assaulting teenage girl.
'Nobody left behind'Musicians put on free concert for children with disabilities at Alei Siach summer camp.
Teen sues Unilever for millions over contaminated cornflakesPlaintiff claims he suffered salmonella infection caused by contaminated cornflakes.
Driver indicted for hitting a 6 year-old, then fleeing the sceneIndictment filed against 21-year-old Jerusalemite who hit a child with his car on a crosswalk, injuring him badly, and then drove away.
Photos: Gaza's last tiger leaves 'world's worst zoo'The inhumane neglect of the Khan Younis zoo came to an end when the last animals left today. "I am very sad," lamented owner Ziad Aweda.
Watch: Kiryat Arba must growA new clip shows Kiryat Arba dropping everything to build the dream of a new neighborhood in the face of terror.
Businesses to legally open on Shabbat in Tel Aviv?The "Committee of Director-Generals" plans to present several bills to the Knesset to legally establish Shabbat desecration in Tel Aviv.
Man indicted for police hit-and-runHoussam Tarabi has been indicted in Haifa after he drove intentionally into a police officer, and then abandoned him during the chase.
Peace Now 'slanders' activists over Hevron constructionBentzi Gopstein is not amused by Peace Now's new campaign against the establishment of several Jewish housing units in Hevron.
Ramat Gan safari rhino gives birthTanda the rhino has successfully given birth to a male, her fourth youngster since her arrival in Israel.
Complaint filed over caricature of Deputy Defense MinisterJewish Home representatives file police complaint over cartoon in haredi newspaper depicting Rabbi Eli Ben-Dahan as a hangman.
'Gilad Sharon's return will hurt the Likud'Journalist David Bedein warns that if former PM Sharon's son returns to the Likud, it'll hurt the party's public relations.
Netanyahu: Palestinians want ethnic cleansingPrime Minister calls Arab insistence on removal of Jews from Judea and Samaria for future peace deal 'ethnic cleansing'.
Animals rescued from 'world's worst zoo' in GazaSurviving animals from 'world's worst zoo' evacuated from Gaza into Israel.
Arab pop star faces media storm after photo with IDF officerSaber Rebaï, a Tunisian singer-songwriter, faces storm of criticism after posing for a photo together with an Israeli soldier.
'Their arrest is unnecessary, and political'Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir claims police have 'political agenda' to infringe upon rights of religious Jews after 32 arrested at Joseph's Tomb.
Barry Chamish passes awayCanadian-born Israeli writer and Rabin assassination conspiracy theorist found dead at age 64.
Israeli Olympian sells medal to help kids with cancerChildren being treated in Ichilov Hospital's cancer ward thanked Yarden for her sacrifice and donation. 'We will win, just like you!'
'Pokemon Hunters' required - to raise money for the poorIsraeli charity organization Hasdei Naomi has a new idea to raise funds for the needy this Rosh Hashannah: Hiring out "Pokemon Hunters."
Girl injured in near drowning in vacation house poolA six year old girl from Jerusalem is in moderate condition after near drowning in a vacation home pool in the Western Galilee region.