Report says US’ reason for closing 19 embassies Sunday was comunication between al-Qaeda leader, affiliate in Yemen, planning terror attack
Alex Abou-El-Ella, 29, disguises herself as local to snatch 3-year-old daughter back from Egyptian father two years after he kidnapped her
State informs Supreme Court it has no intention of foiling Palestinians’ illegal drilling for water in West Bank. In case enforcement of illegal drilling occurs, 30-day notice be given, Civil Administration states
Health Ministry still debates whether to expand the vaccination campaign to children throughout the country.
Jisma Abu Moussa Ibrahim, a Sudanese asylum seeker, placed at Saharonim facility eight months into pregnancy after infiltrating Israel more than year ago. Denied medical attention despite her complaints she was eventually rushed to hospital only to give birth to stillborn
In attempt to end country’s political crisis, army, government intend to offer to release several Muslim Brotherhood members from jail, give group ministerial posts
In interview with Arutz Sheva, economy minister says there is no construction freeze, but sources in the Housing and Construction Ministry say they are unaware of concrete agreement for renewal of construction in the Israeli capital.
At request of residents of south Tel Aviv, Attorney General Weinstein tours neighborhoods; witnesses Israelis, Africans’ conflicts. ‘Our small country has hard time harboring this many infiltrators,’ he says