Return of dead terrorists to their families said to be conditioned on limiting size of funerals, which police fear could trigger renewed violence

Israel open to returning bodies of Temple Mount attackers — report

Israel installed new security cameras Sunday at the entrance to a sensitive Jerusalem holy site, as officials began indicating it was considering "alternatives" to the metal detectors at the contested shrine that set off a weekend of violence and raised tensions in the region

Israel installs new security cameras at Jerusalem holy site

The tensions over access to al-Aqsa compound have triggered the bloodiest confrontations with Palestinians in years

Israel Says Metal Detectors At Al Aqsa Will Stay

Reuters: Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is planning to lay off some of its 7,000 workers in Israel in the coming months as it strives to improve competitiveness; the drugmaker did not disclose the number of workers that are to be cut

Teva to reduce workforce in Israel, mainly in production

Metal detectors placed after gunmen killed two Israeli police officers

Israel installs cameras at Jerusalem holy site

US firm looking to purchase 40% stake in Herzliya-based NSO Group at valuation of $1 billion, Calcalist says

Blackstone reportedly in talks to buy secretive Israeli spyware firm

Israel Innovation Authority aims to use roadshow to help Israeli startups network with potential Chinese investors

Israeli startups to vie for spot in China roadshow

Israel is trapped on the Temple Mount inside an iron pillory, whose only key is a comprehensive political change

Israeli decision makers once again ignored the warnings of bloodshed