Company to test Chabad Rebbe's 'diamond' predictionsOn basis of faith in Lubavitcher Rebbe's predictions, exploration and mining company Shefa Yamim plans to issue new stock in London.
Police raid Nahliel yeshivaFour youths arrested in police raid on Nahliel yeshiva.
Facebook to censor violent anti-Semitic incitementJustice Minister, Internal Security Minister to meet today with Facebook officials over spread of anti-Semitic material on site.
Crackdown on crack importersMore than 30 suspected drug smugglers nabbed in massive drug-busting operation.
Feiglin: Get ready for Prime Minister Lapid'Lapid will be the next Prime Minister,' says ex-Likud MK. 'People are tired of Netanyahu and are looking for an alternative.'
Rabbi Pinto gets rehabilitation plan ahead of possible releaseAttorneys for Rabbi Pinto to press for early release from prison after rehabilitation program proposed.
Jerusalem synagogue desecratedSynagogue in heart of Jerusalem vandalized overnight with graffiti of black crosses.
Litzman: Lapid won't be Prime MinisterHealth Minister downplays polls indicating that Yesh Atid would be the largest party in the Knesset.
Michael Oren: 9/11 brought Israel, US closerMK Michael Oren blasts demands to ethnically cleanse Judea, Samaria of Jews; says 9/11 attacks brought Israel, US closer together.
J-Street looks to IRS for help in campaign against Zionist groupRegavim investigation looks to unearth J-Street ties, donors after it threatens Regavim with loss of non-profit status.
Colombian delegation in Israel to learn how to clear land minesColombian government dispatches delegation to Israel to learn land mine removal methods after 11,000 Colombians killed by mines since 1991.
Teen claims Arab officer beat him after Temple Mount visitComplaint filed after teenager claims Arab police officer beat him following arrest on Temple Mount.
Poll: Netanyahu still top choice for PM25% of Israelis prefer Netanyahu remain as PM, while 15% favor Yair Lapid. Zionist Union leader in distant seventh place.
Welding of pipes sparks Jerusalem forest fire20 firefighting teams and 6 planes are operating to contain the fire that started near a guesthouse. 20 workers and guests were evacuated.
'Knesset must decide Amona's fate, not Supreme Court''Stop blaming the Supreme Court,' says Jewish Home MK. 'If government does not stop the demolitions, it will have lost its right to exist.'
Havlin: Intruders threatened to kill me, cursed the RebbeRabbi Moshe Havlin discusses last week's unprecedented attack by anti-Zionist haredi radicals.
Supreme Court: Force-feeding law is constitutionalJudges reject petition against law that allows force-feeding of hunger-striking prisoners, even if motives are security-related.
Netanyahu: Internet is blessing to humanity, but also a curseAt opening of cabinet meeting, PM Netanyahu speaks about 9/11, incitement on social media, social services reform, and the Paralympics.
Israel remembers 9/11On 15th anniversary of tragic attacks in New York and Washington, hundreds gather to remember the victims.
Jerusalem Mayor at 9/11 memorial: I know this pain wellJerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat tells of his experience being in New Jersey on 9/11. 'There is a deep sense of empathy between our peoples.'
3-year-old electrocuted, in critical conditionA 3-year-old toddler who was electrocuted brought to intersection in the Negev, from where MDA medics hurried him to the hospital.
Death toll rises to four after head-on collision near HaifaTwo additional victims died of their wounds overnight (Saturday) after arriving at the hospital in critical condition
Family escapes cave seconds before it collapses'Lot's wife' cave near the dead sea collapses mere seconds after a visiting family managed to escape it.
4 violent posts per minute on social mediaOut of 24,000 online posts by youth every day, around 6,000 are of a 'violent' nature.
New poll: Yesh Atid rises, Shas collapsesChannel 1 poll finds that Lapid's party would win 27 seats if elections were held today. Likud down to 23, Shas barely passes the threshold.
Watch: Kiddush and Havdala at the site of the tragedyZaka personnel endured a long Shabbat which included completing the work of extracting the bodies of the parking garage collapse victims.
Ex-Defense Minister Yaalon to establish new party?Moshe Ya'alon, former Defense Minister, has sent out a letter to potential supporters asking for help in establishing new organization.
Last body extracted from parking garage rubbleThe final body has been extracted from the rubble of the Tel Aviv parking garage, making the final toll from the tragedy six dead.
Fifth body extracted in parking garage collapseBody of fifth victim in collapse of Tel Aviv parking garage extracted. Rescue forces still searching for body of six and final victim.
Netanyahu: There will be no ethnic cleansing in Judea, SamariaPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu rejects the idea that the presence of Jews in Judea and Samaria is an obstacle to peace.
'We need to go back to the days of defending ourselves'MK Amir Ohana (Likud) joined up with "Hashomer Hahadash," which works to help ranchers protect their livestock from theft.
Knesset to discuss future of Israel space programThe Knesset Committee of Science and Technology is to discuss on Sunday the consequences and implications of the Amos-6 explosion.
Another body found from parking garage collapseRescue teams of Home Front Command extricated this morning (Friday) another body from the rubble, and are searching for two more people.
80-year-old man dies from Haifa fireAn 80-year-old man was killed in Haifa as a result of a fire that broke out in his apartment complex on David Pinsky Street in Haifa.
'He who ascends the Temple Mount needs to repent'Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef strongly opposed ascending the Temple Mount on the anniversary of Rabbi Kook's passing.
'Dr. Aharon and Mr. Barak'At a panel for Jewish law and modern Israeli law, Itamar Ben-Gvir noted the devious implications of Aharon Barak's legal method.
'Elor Azariya is being helped, I'm being thrown to the dogs'Soldier Amichai Shamba participated in mistaken-identity beating of Eritrean at site of Be'er Sheva terror attack; 'it's a grave injustice'.
Bereaved father: I'm shocked, this is a travestyFather of Emanuel Moreno, soldier who died in Lebanon, decries court ruling to demolish monument established in memory of his son.
Arab residents oppose relocation of AmonaNot only do Arab residents near Amona oppose the community where it is now - today they expressed opposition to its relocation as well.
Watch: 17th Annual Archaeological conferenceLeading archaeologists speak about recent findings, with special focus on attempts by various entities to erase Jewish history.
Man killed in parking garage collapse brought to restDozens of friends and family attend the funeral of Oleg Yakobov, who was among those killed in the parking garage tragedy in Tel Aviv.
Chief Rabbinate: No compromises on holiness of ShabbatChief Rabbis publish special statement following brouhaha over Israel Railways construction on Shabbat. 'We are not like other nations.'
Mayor of Netanya to remain in custodyThe Lod District Court partially accepted Mayor of Netanya Miriam Feirberg's appeal against her imprisonment; she will remain until Sunday.
'You must help us, our lives are in danger'Workers representative urges Knesset committee members to act on behalf of laborers. 'I am the transparent worker, the cheapest commodity.'
'Dr. Cannabis' gets 46 months in jailTel Aviv district court sentences Dr. Avraham Dotan to 46 months in jail and 18 month suspended sentence for cannabis-related crimes.
Murderer of 6 is Fatah's candidate for Hevron City CouncilA convicted terrorist who participated in the murder of 6 Israelis in Hevron in 1980 is now running for office - to great fanfare.
Monument to fallen soldiers to be demolishedA vineyard and observation post set up in memory of 2 IDF soldiers killed in Lebanon are now ordered destroyed by Supreme Court.
Secular provocateurs plan Shabbat desecration in Bnei BrakSecular activists propose 'Shabbat desecration party' in haredi city.
Jewish Home MK: Add Tzomet founder to Shabbat permit committeeMK Motti Yogev has asked minister Haim Katz to appoint Rabbi Yisrael Rosen to the committee for Shabbat work permits.
Haim Katz: Work will take place on railway this ShabbatHaim Katz has decided that essential work will take place on railways this Shabbat and in the following weeks on Shabbat.
'Rabbi's attackers must be severely punished'Defense Minister responds to attack on home of Kiryat Gat Chief Rabbi by Neturei Karta members.
I discovered my 'morphine angel' while watching televisionWoman wounded in Istanbul terror attack found MDA member who had helped her there while watching footage of Tel Aviv car park rescuers.
'Begin building now, don't wait!'Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel met with Migron evacuees and called upon them to begin building their homes at the new site.
'Sheriff of Hevron' Eddie Dribben passes awayAmerican-born 'Sheriff of Hevron' and bereaved father of Dov Dribben passes away at 85.
1500 year old stables discovered at Ovdat National ParkIn archaological excavations at Ovdat National Park an ancient animal stable has been uncovered.
Air Serbia says its flight is headed to 'Palestine'Israeli passengers refuse to board an Air Serbia flight from Belgrade after it was announced the plane was headed to "Palestine".
Hebrew U professors win prestigious Columbia science prizeTwo Hebrew University professors honored with an award often seen as a precursor to a Nobel Prize.