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The Temple Mount is closed to Jews and others for the next 10 days for Islamic observances.
Obama is not anti Israel. He’s just misguided, perhaps blinded by his desire to force a peace treaty
Yishai is joined by political correspondent Raoul Wootliff and Tamir Druz, director of Capra Energy — an independent, Israel-based energy advisory firm — to discuss and diagnose the controversy surrounding the natural gas reserves found off the coast five years ago. That the gas is there is good news; that the Leviathan field has yet to be developed is cause for concern.
Then, Yishai is joined by Dr. Seth Frantzman, op-ed editor of the Jerusalem Post, to talk about the world of jihadists, such as the ISIS terrorists killings Egyptian troops in the Sinai and threatening Israel.
Iran expert predicts there will be no signed deal because Iran already feels it can get all it wants without one.
In the face of evil, we can do acts of kindness. We can do good deeds.
Russian FM Lavrov met in Vienna with Iran’s Zarif in an unsuccessful bid to break a deadlock in nuclear talks.
When it comes down to it, it’s really about the milk. Minister Ariel just cut the price by nearly 5 percent.
I realized that I am an integral part of that man who wished to win – I am also a part of a nation; I felt like I was standing there and shouting, “I won.”
Israeli leaders and families of fallen IDF soldiers gather to mark one year since Operation Protective Edge in Gaza.
As I powerfully belted out the song, Ani Maamin B’emunah Sheleima – which means “I believe in God with full faith” – a thought suddenly crossed my mind.
I do not suggest abandoning civilization for a pristine desert island or a hilltop in Judea or Samaria.
After diamonds were discovered in South Africa in the mid-1800s, Antwerp regained its prominence as the diamond capital of the world.
Tel Aviv has closed a deal to build its Light Rail with a Chinese firm that is doing business with Iran.
Danny Goldstein, founder and chairman of ‘Calcala’ (‘Finance’): “We are focused on making Israel a better place to live and a better place to invest by merging the best of Israel and America – representing Israelis, but with an eye on the American perspective.”
Deputy FM Danny Ayalon said Israel would not be cooperating with the Council in the wake of its passage of a resolution ordering a ‘fact-finding mission’ into Israel’s conduct in Judea and Samaria: “We have no reason to continue cooperating with a hypocritical organization which specializes in double-speak and has a mission to smear us.”
Since Kadima’s fracturing is inevitable, the leadership primary becomes significance in that it will determine which leader will secure the votes of those Kadima MKs whose allegiance is to the party, and not its leader.
PM Netanyahu: “Israel will do everything to help” find the killer, who had “strong murderous anti-Semitic motive”; UN Human Rights Council “should be ashamed” to host a Hamas official on the day of a terrorist attack.
Dalia Itzik, Kadima’s Knesset Faction Chairwoman and the last faction member yet to announce who she will support in the upcoming primary between Livni and Shaul Mofaz, has been linked to discussions with Mofaz’s campaign over the weekend.
Noted Israeli author and Israel Prize Laureate A.B. Yehoshua said that living outside Israel “is a very deep failure of the Jewish people,” and lamented that immigration numbers from the United States are “minimal” and “embarrassing.” He was equally acerbic regarding the large Israeli ex-patriot community.
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