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A U.S. defense subcontractor for Elbit died mysteriously in Saudi Arabia on Jan 15. His body’s still held there.
The IDF is working on how to lighten the load that must be carried by ground troops into battle.
Two rare 150-year-old tokens issued by a kosher restaurant from the U.S. civil war period are to be shown this week in Jerusalem.
A bust depicting former Israeli president Shimon Peres was placed next to sculptures of the former eight presidents in the garden of the President’s residence in Jerusalem, on February 01, 2015.
An IDF soldier is lightly wounded and an Egged bus damaged in an Arab rock attack in Jerusalem’s Old City.
Nursery and kindergarten teachers in Efrat learn self-defense techniques but hope they won’t need them.
The Prime Minister has declared Orbach temporarily absent from the Knesset for medical reasons.
Avigdor Liberman finally declared his political allegiances without the semantic games and ambiguity.
Another Israeli Arab falls into the ISIS trap, runs off to Syria and then comes home to be arrested.
Anti-Semitism is alive and well — and thriving — in London. It will get a boost on March 22, 2015.
Many families enjoy watching the Super Bowl together, but the halftime show makes them uncomfortable. This is a family friendly entertainment venue that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Fatah are big talkers, but you don’t see Arabs in the Palestinian Authority going without their Israeli products.
Carl Djerassi’s research led to the invention of oral birth control pills.
The US promptly condemned the “vicious” beheading of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto on Saturday, noting its “own experience” with “this pain.”
Netanyahu’s crew have come up a with an amusing followup to their kindergarten ad (which was banned because it had children in it, this one doesn’t show the children). In this ad he is a babysitter, but the couple isn’t so sure, so he asks them, do they really want Boojie (Herzog) or Tzipi (Livni) […]
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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