Golden replicas of the prime minister and the Supreme Court president were meant to ridicule their subjects.
Many of Jerusalem’s streets were closed off on the morning of March 13 as over 25,000 people participated in the annual Jerusalem Marathon.
Restoration work has begun on the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site considered by many Christians as the place where Jesus died and resurrected.
Don't let haters delegitimize a word that expresses a collective sense of Jewish nationhood, writes the author of "The Zionist Ideas."
The Israeli prime minister has professed his innocence against the corruption allegations and said he will continue to lead the government.
The United Torah Judaism and Shas parties submitted the proposal, which would return to "status quo" at the Western Wall, to the Prime Minister's Office in recent days, Army Radio first reported.
An Israeli hiker found a 2,000-year-old Roman-era coin in the eastern Galilee region, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA).
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu participated in the Passover ceremony to sell the State of Israel's hametz, or leavened bread and other products.
The IDF soldiers are Major Yohai Kalangel, 25 years old, from Gush-Etzion and Staff Sergeant Dor Nini, 20 years old from Shtulim.
Israeli tourism has taken off to a strong start in 2014, setting a record for the month of January.