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Teen Victims Wrongly Blamed for Kidnapping

Foreign Minister Liberman expressed outrage that some blamed the kidnapped boys for their situation.

EU Official Sends Profanity-Laced Messages to UWI Rabbi

A European Commission official sent profane messages to a United With Israel rabbi.

Is Preemptive Action Permissible Under Torah Law?

The Talmud teaches: “If someone comes to kill you – kill him first!”

Israel Aid to Africa Combats Poverty

The Africa initiative includes an Israeli pledge of 24-million shekel ($6.8 million) to humanitarian relief in Africa.

‘Israel Apartheid’ Lies Exposed

“Israel Apartheid” lies disseminated by Arab-Israeli MK Ahmed Tibi were recently exposed by Israeli think tank Regavim.

Pro IDF Priest’s Son Suffered Brutal Beating

Israeli politicians have interfered to prevent the Jerusalem Patriarchate from firing Nadaf and destroying his livelihood.

Iran: ‘Construction Will Continue’ at Arak Nuclear Site

The Obama administration has been touting its alleged rapprochement with Iran in recent months.

Modi’in and Hashmonaim

Modi’in, now a thriving city of 83,000 and fast-growing, is often referred to as the “Land of the Maccabees.”

Iranians Hack United with Israel ‘Stop Iran’ Initiative

The motivation for the attack seems to have been UWI’s success in reaching millions.

First Bedouin IDF Tank Commander

Although Tabash is the first in his community to graduate as tank commander, he is not the first to serve his country with honor.

Israel to Contribute to EU’s New Galileo Satellite System

A joint venture between the European Space Agency and the EU Commission, Galileo will be a worldwide network of 30 satellites

Video: Jerusalem’s Best-Kept Secret

Until you come to see it in person, enjoy Jerusalem’s Botanical Garden virtually via this video!

Experts Warn: Major Earthquake Could Hit Israel Any Time

After four earthquakes shake Israel in one week, experts debate whether the big one is imminent.

Israeli Organization Empowers Arab and Druze Women

Haifa’s Golda Meir Mount Carmel International Training Center promotes peace and the human rights of women.

The Jews’ Fate in Post-Morsi Egypt

For Egypt’s tiny Jewish community, improvements remain scarce since Morsi's demise.

Mideast Expert: Little Likelihood of Syrian Attack on Israel

Dr. Mordechai Kedar assesses the prospects of a Syrian attack in light of the U.S. president’s recent statements.

Life Continues in Northern Kibbutz after Rocket Attack

Experiencing rockets land so close to home has been devastating.

Opinion: Jordan Should Welcome Palestinian Refugees

Grant Jordanian citizenship and basic human rights to Jordan’s Palestinian majority.

Young, Hidden Polish Jews Discover Heritage in Israel

While most surviving Jews left Poland after a brief return to search for relatives, some remained.

The World Should Act against Assad

Israeli intelligence reports confirm that Syria has used chemical weapons against her own people, yet the world does virtually nothing to stop the Syrian massacre.

UN Honors Israel for Innovative Work with the Disabled

The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities recently honored Israel for developing innovative treatments for the disabled.

Garin Tzabar: Helping Lone Soldiers Feel At Home In Israel

Israel’s Garin Tzabar program, supporting ‘lone soldiers’ with no family in Israel, recently welcomed close to 360 young women and men from around the world into its care.

Chinese-Israeli Cultural Relations Blossoming

Increased economic ties between Israel and China usher in cultural exchange.

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