Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the removal of the sign from an Israeli Arab village.
Security forcibly removes Arab lawmakers, as one rips up the controversial legislation.
For one Haifa microbrewery, stocking West Bank hops attracted an online hate campaign.
Netanyahu may be questioned as soon as next week, Israeli television reported late Thursday.
The Israeli leader set off for a rare visit to two states that adhere to the Islamic faith on Tuesday.
The criticism of the Israeli bill that seeks to quieten calls to prayer is just background noise, writes its sponsor Robert Ilatov.
Israel's bill to silence the call to prayer at mosques will be disobeyed, writes one of the country's top Arab lawmakers.
Israel accepted an offer from the Palestinian authority to send firefighting teams to quell blazes.
Both Arabs and Jews must be held to the same law if evacuation goes ahead, Nir Barkat said.
Jewish and Arab women gave birth to an average of 3.13 children as of 2015, statistics show.
Israeli leader Netanyahu lent his support to the bill Sunday and Palestinians reacted with fury.
Israel and key Arab states are being driven closer together because their strategic concerns increasingly overlap.
Police arrested the customer after he was caught setting the side of the restaurant alight.
Interior Minister Aryeh Deri is attempting to have the residency of two ISIS supporters withdrawn.
Men charged with "disturbing the peace" at the religious site.
Isaac Herzog's comments spark firestorm in opposition Zionist Union party.
Right-wing politician Bezalel Smotrich tweeted that he does not "enjoy being next to" Arabs.
The proposed legislation to end use of P.A. systems at houses of prayer taken off the table.
The bill aims to prevent "daily suffering" of Israelis because of noise throughout the day.
Argaman will have to deal with threats including ISIS, stabbing attacks and cyber warfare.
Moises Saman traveled to Iraq to photograph Sunnis uprooted from their homes.
Benzi Gopstein faces prosecution over an article he wrote last December.
The suspension of Arab politicians is part of the ongoing hostility of the Israeli state towards the Palestinians, writes an Israeli lawmaker.
It's the same place that once offered a 50 percent discount to Arabs and Jews who shared a table.