‘No content on the internet should be pre-filtered,’ ministry says after bill that requires users to specifically ask for access to porn wins broad support.
Major hospitals across the country are seeing record numbers of people, with many being at 200% capacity and waiting times approaching six hours; ‘This is a catastrophe, and it isn’t even winter yet,’ says Deputy Director of Rambam Medical Center Dr. Mickey Halberthal.
While waiting for the new military-made quadcopter Tzur to be ready, forces on the ground have been using civilian-made models for a variety of tasks: from tracking suspects through training exercises and search and rescue.
NIS 30 million budget earmarked to increase reimbursement payments to self-employed IDF reservists; Lieberman: ‘Reservists play a central, critical role in the IDF’s ability to protect the State of Israel.’
There is something downright ugly about Netanyahu telling Reform and Conservative Jews: You’ll fight for me when the next crisis arises. But don’t expect me to fight for you.
Iraqi troops trying to drive so-called Islamic State from Mosul advance to the outskirts of the city.
Following Haaretz investigation into possible illegal fundraising by Republican Party in Israel, Democrats Abroad-Israel decline to comment on whether they will request official investigation.
State’s attorneys petition the high court for a seven-month postponement, saying the time would enable it to calm tempers by providing alternative settlement housing.