Four thousand anti-Israel dolls were seized by customs workers in Haifa on Tuesday.
The dolls, which were dressed in the Palestinian colours of red, green, black, and white, and in face-covering keffiyehs, were set to be sent to the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank, and bore the slogans “Jerusalem is ours" and "Jerusalem, here we come".
Around 100 women attended the Women of the Wall Chanuciah-lighting ceremony at the Kotel on Sunday.
Knesset member Ksenia Svetlova used her parliamentary privilege to force guards to allow the entry of a large menorah into the women’s section. Guards had earlier tried to confiscate it from other activists.
Benjamin Netanyahu has said today that Israel will not become a binational state.
Speaking at Sunday morning’s cabinet meeting, the Israeli Prime Minister responded to US Secretary of State John Kerry who said in a speech on Saturday that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is trending toward a one-state reality.
The Israeli Education Ministry has banned most school trips to Europe over fears of further operations by Daesh.
In a special directive that went out to all Israeli schools this week, the ministry's security department instructed schools to suspend all delegations and trips to Europe unless the students are accompanied by certified security personnel.
In the aftermath of the European Union's decision last month to 1a>issue guidelines on labelling Israeli products1b> from outside the pre-1967 border lines, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu instructed the Foreign Ministry to suspend engagements with the EU over all matters related to the diplomatic process with the Palestinians.