PA ‘Disgrace’ to Help IsraelAbbas won headlines for helping Israel to fight the Carmel blaze, but a PA poll reveals most Arabs say it was a” disgrace” to assist Israel.
Carmel Fire Claims 43rd VictimNine days after the Carmel fire broke out, an Israel Prison Service cadet died today of his injuries: Jalal Bisan of the Arab village Kfar Jat.
Fire Damage Estimated at 120 MilProperty damage from the Carmel fire is estimated at 120 million, fear that approaching storm will cause flooding, erosion. PM to expedite aid.
Students Help Beit OrenStudents from Herzliya travel to the north to help rebuild the kindergartens in Beit Oren following the fire.
Mayors, Fire Chief for YishaiHundreds of mayors and the chief of fire and rescue support minister Eli Yishai following criticism over Carmel fire.
Public Told: Don't Tour CarmelCiting danger of falling trees, floods and landslides, Ministry of Agriculture issues order temporarily closing Carmel area to visitors.
Damaged School Tries to RecoverThe Yemin Orde Youth Village has the will to overcome the devastation it suffered in the Carmel fire - with help from Israeli and diaspora Jews.
Teens Nabbed for Arson in IlutTwo Israeli-Arab teenagers from Nazareth have been arrested for attempting to spread the Carmel fire by setting fires in Ilut.
Ya'alon Lauds Tomer, RivenMinister Moshe Ya'alon blasts Jews unsupportive of Israel at Bnei Akiva's 'Heroism Week' in Beverly Hills.
Israel was ‘Slow’ in FirePA Dep. Min.of Prisoners says that Israel created 'a lag' in evacuating Arab prisoners from the Damon prison. 36 Israelis died trying to get there.
Israel Thanks Fire Volunteers Israel's leaders expressed thanks to the representatives who helped fight the Carmel fire. Israel National News spoke with the foreign volunteers.
Youth Assembly for Elad RivenMinistry of Education to hold a special youth assembly in Haifa at the conclusion of shloshim of youngest fire victim.
PM: Quick Aid to Fire VictimsPleads with bureaucrats to cut through red tape and give help fast, 'not like the Jews evicted from the Gaza settlements.'
Eli Yishai Rebuffs Calls to QuitResponding to reporters’ demands that he quit, Minister Eli Yishai says they ignore how he obtained 100 million shekels for fire-fighting efforts.
Carmel Fires are OutFirefighters declare largest fire in Israel's history out, 82 hours after it began
Kotel Candles for Fire VictimsSoldiers, rabbis, youth, and the friends of the fallen lit candles and said prayers Sunday for those killed in the Carmel fire.
Press Hushes Arab ArsonReports of celebratory horn-honking in Arab Israeli towns and arson attempts downplayed. Graphic videos and photos of victims posted online.
Supertanker Fights Super-FireThe Evergreen Supertanker, the largest fire-fighting plane in the world, has gone into action over Ein Hod, carrying 21,000 gallons of water.
'Cautious Optimism,' 41 DeadFire Chief Shimon Roma announces the worst may be over and "cautious optimism" is at hand but the fire still rages, total control will take time.
Youngest Victim: 16-Year OldElad Riven convinced his mother to take him to his unit. Senior police commander Col. Lior Boker also among dead.
PM Addresses Northern FireAddressing the fire raging in Israel's north, PM Netanyahu thanks foreign countries for assistance and implores Israelis not to be ashamed.
Fatal Dive at the Red SeaSue Kahana was an experienced diver, and her trip to Sinai was meant to be another joyous occasion. But something went wrong on her 70th dive.