Siblings Seek Status for Secret Palestinian MotherArab siblings from Lod reveal decades-long cover-up of their parentage, and seek citizenship for their real mother.
Award for Veteran Hareidi SoldierYaakov Laniado, who survived an angry mob, fell captive in war, and went undercover in Syria, recounts his remarkable story to Arutz Sheva.
Shas Council’s First Meeting without Rabbi YosefThe Shas council will discuss hareidi enlistment, school system for first time since Rabbi Ovadia Yosef’s passing.
What Rabbi Yosef Left BehindA neighbor of Rabbi Ovadia Yosef shares what gives him comfort. Mourners continue to flock to home, gravesite.
Father of 8 Wins NIS 26 MillionLottery winner plans to save money for his children and give to the needy.
Israel Jumps to 13th in Math OlympicsIsrael’s ‘Math Olympics’ team brings home six medals, brings Israel up in the listings.
Jewish 'Hermit' from Herzliya SpeaksDocumentary stars Israeli man who decided to carve his own home out of a cliff face.
Bnei Brak Helps Man find Money in Garbage BinThe city of Bnei Brak pitched in to help a man whose wife accidentally threw away his money.
Haifa’s ‘Chametz Hotline’ for PassoverDeputy mayor invites Haifa residents to report illegal sales of leavened bread.
Israeli Farmer Invents Solution for Lemon RotA lemon grower from southern Israel has successfully tested a product to prevent mold that kills lemon groves.
Man Dies Suddenly in Tel Aviv Half MarathonA man suffered severe heatstroke and died Friday morning during the Tel Aviv half marathon. 15 others hospitalized.
Weather: Hot Friday, Stormy SabbathFriday will be partially cloudy and dry, while the Sabbath may see thunderstorms.
Counting Votes: Why Small Parties are WorriedHow Israel counts its votes, and why small parties fear high turnout will leave them outside Knesset.
Jerusalem to Name Highway for ShamirJerusalem plans to honor former Prime Minister Yitzchak Shamir.
Study: Which Academics Leave Israel?The Central Bureau of Statistics looks at who leaves Israel, who stays, and the ties between schools and citizenship.
It’s Official: Police Exempt from Parking LawsSocial media pictures show police cars parked illegally, Justice Ministry confirms that policy is not to give a ticket.
‘Aunt Mary,’ Friend to Soldiers, Dead at 58Soldiers knew Miriam Feiner as “Aunt Mary,” who ‘loved IDF soldiers like her own children.’
Bnei Brak: Passersby Lift Car off Injured WomanPassersby who saw an elderly woman run over by a car sprang into action to save her.
Teen Killed in Shootout near Beit ShemeshA disturbed 18-year-old threatened murder, then attempted to kill police volunteers. He was shot and killed.
Better Place Replaces Israeli CEO Shai AgassiIsraeli entrepreneur Shai Agassi has been ousted as CEO of the company he founded. Agassi will now serve as director.
New Film: Israelis from Pioneers to Entreprenuers“Israel Inside: How a Small Nation Makes a Big Difference” tells the story of Israel's many contributions and innovations.
‘Fly-Out’ for Flotilla ActivistsIsrael has turned the tables on flotilla activists and is conducting a “fly-out” deportation of activists who tried to sail to Gaza Wednesda
Chabad is Zionist, Rabbi SaysA spokesman for the Chabad-Lubavitch Chassidic movement says the sect is Zionist in its support for Israel.
Hareidi-Secular Common GroundHareidi-religious politicians and secular students from Tel Aviv have found common ground in the housing crisis.
Approval for Digital TextbooksA law that would provide students with a digital alternative to standard textbooks is making its way through the Knesset.
3 Rocket Attacks Awaken IsraelisFor the fifth time in as many days, Gaza terrorists fire rockets at southern Israeli residents. And Israel retaliates.
Jewish WWII Vets to Be HonoredThe Cabinet Sunday approved a memorial site to Jewish soldiers who fought in World War II and helped the victory over the Nazi regime.
Regev Attacked at Rental ProtestMK Miri Regev is attacked in Tel Aviv by protesters against high housing prices. Protest was hijacked by radical leftists, she says.
Barkat on BBC: Jerusalem is OursJerusalem mayor Nir Barkat on BBC: Is there anywhere else in the world where someone would dare tell Jews or Blacks that they cannot build?
Protest for Temple MountActivists protest anti-Jewish discrimination on the Temple Mount and Muslim disrespect for the site's holiness.
MK Throws Fit at PM’s SpeechMK Hanin Zoabi pushes Knesset guards as they escort her out after she rails against Prime Minister.
Police Inscribe Masada TorahSenior police officials quietly went at dawn to the ancient fortress of Masada to attend a graduation and inscribe a letter in a new Torah scroll.
No Falafel at McDonaldsTourists wanting to experience the local atmosphere when eating falafel can breathe easier – McDonalds has removed “McFalafel” from its menu.
'Go Green' and Make MoneyIsrael’s "green machine" helps make the country energy independent, lessens the need to buy coal from Israel-haters and makes money for homeowners.
Israel Grows One Tree at a TimeWomen in Green director Nadia Matar is doing in Judea and Samaria what the JNF did decades ago – planting trees to keep Israel in Jewish hands.
Is Glenn Beck Good for Israel?Unsurprisingly, the debate continues on whether the staunchly pro-Israel Beck, in Israel for a short visit, is good or bad for the Jews.
Gov't to Bring Bnei Menashe HomeThe government has decided to bring all the remaining 7,232 Bnei Menashe in India home to Israel.
Change in Libel Law?A law proposed by MK Yaakov Katz would make it possible for groups, not just individuals, to sue for libel.
Lives Saved in 3-Way TransplantThe first three-way kidney transplant in Israel gives three a new chance at life.
'Never Too Late' to Free ShalitIsrael still has time to stop negotiate with terrorists for Shalit's freedom and start using military means, says former senior commander.
Gaon Weighs in on R. LiorLegendary singer questions wisdom of state actions against Rabbis Lior and Yosef.
State Dept 'Insights' on IsraelClinton swears in Obama’s “peace advisor” Dan Shapiro as new ambassador and reveals US learns so much about Israel by spending time in Florida.
Fly-In and Flotilla FailPhotographers almost outnumber fly-in activists at Ben Gurion airport as Israel’s diplomatic efforts stymie the air and sea pro-Arab protests.
Egypt Extends Grapel's RemandEgypt to keep Israeli-American accused of spying in jail for another 15 days.
Quiet Night at Ben GurionFew incidents as dozens of overnight flights arrive, “fly-in” may have fizzled like its naval counterpart.
‘A Diplomatic Eye for an Eye’Avigdor Lieberman warns that if Abbas takes unilateral steps for statehood, Israel will reply in kind. One step could be annexing parts of Yesha.
Maj.-Gen. Amos Horev AwardedMaj.-Gen. (ret.) Amos Horev, a former IDF chief scientist, has won the Israel Defense Prize for lifetime achievement.
Arab Mayor Accused of BlackmailThe Arab mayor of Qalansuwa, located east of Netanya, has been charged with blackmail, threats, bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
‘Short Week’ Idea May Not WorkA proposal to put Israel on a shortened work week, with Friday a half-day and Sunday a vacation day, may be buried before it gets off the ground.
PM: Arab Democracy Means PeacePrime Minister Netanyahu addresses Middle East instability on YouTube: "Arab democracies are the best thing that could happen to Israel."
Gantz to Visit Hesder YeshivaIDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz will visit the Or Etzion yeshiva on Wednesday, his first visit to a Hesder yeshiva since taking office.
Bibi: The Heart Leads to Israel“Follow your heart, Come to Israel,” Prime Minister Netanyahu tells a young Israeli – and other Jews – living in the United States.
High Court Okays Muslim MuseumFormer mosque was intended as museum for monotheistic religions. Court decides it will honor only one – Islam.