* Israel: Clashes erupt on Temple Mount over coronavirus restrictions Israel police tries to restrict number of worshipers according to health ministry's instructions.
* Benny Gantz opens door to unity government under Netanyahu Gantz denied the report he is ready to split Blue and White.
* INTO THE FRAY: Why Netanyahu must not step down In stark contrast to Netanyahu, Ehud Olmert was indicted on existing interpretation of the law, no "creative" precedents were needed to prosecute him, there were no claims of selective prosecution, or allegations of police investigatory misconduct.
* Palestinian Leaders Use Coronavirus to Attack Israel On March 18, Israel delivered hundreds of kits for detecting the coronavirus into the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, together with equipment for medical protection.
* As Coronavirus Shuts Down Everything: Campaign Launched Encouraging All Jews to Observe Sabbath, bring Messiah For the first time in 2,000 years, the state of Israel will be completely shut down for Shabat (Sabbath).
* Locust crisis poses a danger to millions, forecasters warn Experts fear swarms like those seen in Africa will become more common as tropical storms create favourable breeding conditions.
* Plague of locusts set to descend upon Middle East in time for Passover 'Extremely alarming' desert locust swarms forming in Horn of Africa - but will skip Holy Land.
* 'Governments are really scared': Virus builds back borders that European Union demolished A worsening coronavirus pandemic has driven European leaders to revive border controls within the European Union after three decades of efforts to abolish internal borders within the continent.
* Government funded Arab school holds Heritage Day that wipes Israel off map The Christian El Oscopia in Shfar'am encouraged students to paint a Palestinian flag over the whole of Israel, denying the existence of the Jewish state.
* Guidance for Churches and Religious Institutions Facing Coronavirus Restrictions on Gathering The Coronavirus Pandemic has motivated some state officials to impose restrictions on the gathering of large numbers of people in one place at a time, including in a house of worship.