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Austria’s Chancellor Kurz Awarded ‘Navigator of Jerusalem’ Prize

“We are delighted that Austria-Israel relations are blossoming today under the Chancellor’s leadership."
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Netanyahu Cites ‘New Form of Anti-Semitism’ – Vicious Effort to Deny Jewish People Right...

"We must all join hands to combat traditional and modern forms of anti-Semitism."

First Temple Beka Weight Unearthed in Jerusalem Sifting Project

The weight, which dates back to the First Temple period, was found in archaeological soil originating from the foot of Robinson's Arch at the Western Wall, just north of the City of David.

[Warning: Graphic] Security Cam Shows Arab Terrorist Repeatedly Stabbing Jew on Walleja Road

The graphic video shows the terrorist waiting for the Jewish victim to exit the story...

Training Program for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Opens at School of Dental Medicine

A pilot program launched by Tel Aviv University and AKIM helps students find jobs and change attitudes about people with special needs.

Israeli Scientists Show Tropical Fish Can Control Their Gut Microbes to Survive Extreme Temperatures

"Microbes and their hosts work together in a 'survival of the fittest' as part of the natural selection process."

Palestinian Authority Woman Hurt in Hamas Rocket Attack on Ashkelon Afraid to go Home

She is afraid to stay in Israel; but she's also afraid to return to the Palestinian Authority, where she fears she will arrested.

Israeli Outrage Over New Airbnb Boycott of Jews in Judea, Samaria

“Once again a ‘selection’ of Jews is being performed.... this time by Airbnb."

Children 40% of Jerusalem, Only 21% of Tel Aviv

The city with the highest percentage of children is Modiin Ilit – 64.4%.

Pennsylvania Church Members Don Yarmulkes in Solidarity with Pittsburgh Victims

Rev. Zanicky hopes that if churches support each other and other faiths, maybe there won't be any more attacks like the one in Pittsburgh.

El Al to Launch Investigation Into ‘Horror Flight LY 002’

"The committee will present its results and recommendations soon and afterwards, I will make decisions on the topic."

Nazi Swastika Painted on Duke University Mural Honoring Pittsburgh Synagogue Massacre Victims

The campus rabbi noted that the image representing wholesale murder of six million Jews was painted over a memorial to Jews massacred in Pittsburgh.

Suspect Indicted in Connection with Anti-Semitic Beating in Borough Park, Brooklyn

The suspect was heard screaming words that sounded like "Allah" while beating the victim, according to the court papers.

Deputy Minister Michael Oren Calls for Boycott Against Airbnb

"Airbnb's policy is the very definition of anti-Semitism. No one should use its services."

George Deek First Israeli Christian Arab to Become Ambassador to Azerbaijan

Deek is a long-time popular public speaker, particularly at AIPAC and StandWithUs events, as well as a gifted legal expert.

Astronomers Discover Giant Relic of Disrupted ‘Tadpole’ Galaxy

Tel Aviv University researchers say the discovery illuminates how and why galaxies disappear.
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Liv. Giv. Netiv.

Netiv Aryeh's annual Charidy fundraiser starts today.

Extreme Left Pushing Retake of Israel’s Government Using US Democrats’ Model

"Voters are receptive to progressive agendas, even if they don’t identify as such."

Remembering Prime Minister Golda Meir

"She led the nation decisively and firmly ... I must praise her."
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Gazans Celebrate as Liberman Bids Farewell to IDF, Civilian Security Leaders (video)

"If we don't stop allowing [Hamas] to rearm and build its force, in one more year we'll have Hezbollah's twin, with all that entails."

2 Gazans Dead After Violating Ceasefire, Ignoring Egyptian Request to Stay Away from Israeli...

Egyptian mediators allegedly asked Gazans to maintain a distance from the border with Israel for at least three weeks.

Photo of Hitler Embracing Child of Jewish Descent Auctioned for $11,520

The Bundesarchive has 17 letters from Bernile to Uncle Hitler and his aide Wilhelm Bruckner between 1935 and 1938.

Netanyahu: ‘Our Enemies Pleaded for a Ceasefire and They Know Very Well Why’

"I see the overall picture of Israel's security, which I cannot share with the public. [...] it is mostly hidden from view."

Tax Authority Wants Halt on Exemptions to Olim, Returning Israelis, with Earnings Abroad

Potential olim and returning citizens would be more reluctant to come to Israel if they foresee disputes with the Tax Authority.

Greenblatt Rebuking ‘Terrorists in Gaza’ Amidst Promises of ‘Deal of the Century’

It remains to be seen how Greenblatt plans to incorporate his clear understanding of the borderline-suicidal policies of the Gaza terror gang into his much touted plan for a "deal of the century."

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