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Massive Explosions at Syrian Air Base, Site of Iranian Weapons Depot

"The explosions struck several regime depots of weapons and fuel at Hama military airport," said Rami Abdel Rahman, the head of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

3.37 Million Motor Vehicles in Israel in 2017, Up 4.1% Compared to 2016

About 375,000 vehicles were added and approximately 241,000 were removed from the list of active vehicles.

Who Knew: Guatemala Has an ‘Israel Friendship Law’

The MKs thanked the Guatemalan lawmakers for the moving gesture, with MK Bar saying, "Guatemala is one of the best friends of Israel and the Jewish People."

Kuwait Demanding UN Force to Protect Gaza Arabs against Israel

The last time an international UN force was posted between Israel and the Gaza Strip was in May of 1967, and it packed up and left as soon as Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser ordered it to scram.

Israel Bracing for Freaky Friday

Despite the high alert and the volatile atmosphere in Jerusalem, at present there is no intention to restrict the entry of Muslim worshipers to the Temple Mount, nor to screen the worshipers by age.

Egypt Opens Gaza’s Rafah Crossing for Ramadan, 45% of Gazans Want to Emigrate

Recent surveys show that most Gazans still support Hamas, so they aren't likely to use this opportunity to leave Gaza forever.

Former Shin Bet Chief: Economics, Clashes Have Left Hamas Weak, Tempers Frayed in Gaza

Air Force officials say they'll bar civilian pesticide spray planes from coming within six kilometers of the border after bullets from Gaza hit Sderot on Wednesday. Israeli farms say, “This means all our crops will be lost."

Israeli Intelligence Minister: Hamas Restored Calm to Gaza After Warnings From Egypt

“Haniyeh returned to Gaza, Hamas gave an order ... and miraculously, this spontaneous protest by a public that could not handle the situation any more dissipated.”

Israel, Panama Ink Free Trade Deal as Netanyahu Wraps Up Week of Unprecedented Success

Netanyahu: “Israel is a superpower in innovation and agriculture, while (Panama’s) administrative abilities are greater than ours. We can accomplish a lot together."

Erdoğan Renews Attacks, But Veteran Diplomat Stresses Long-Term Interests in Turkey Dispute

“You don’t get to choose your partners. My approach to diplomacy is to keep focusing on your goals."

New Details: J-Biz Expo and Business Conference to Feature Star Presenters and More

These speakers and others will cover the gamut of topics that will help both new and seasoned entrepreneurs find greater success: real estate, marketing, e-commerce, communications, entrepreneurship and more.

Molotov Terror Kite Sets Southern Israeli Farmland Ablaze

Dozens of acres of farmland went up in flames, as local farmers and firefighters battled the blaze.

IDF Confirms Iron Dome was Launched But Says Red Alerts Were False Alarm

"The Iron Dome launch by the IDF came in response to the infiltration of an unidentified object," said the Golan Regional Council.

Temple Mount Sifting Making a Comeback with Sift at Home Project

In 1999, during an illegal excavation conducted by the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement and the Waqf, 9,000 tons of antiquities-rich earth was removed from the Temple Mount and dumped in the nearby Kidron Valley.

Israeli Doctor Develops Time and Life-Saving “Rapid Cancer Diagnostic Unit”

New diagnostic oncology tech cuts patient waiting time from 3 months to 2 weeks.

Rabbi Riskin Confers Halachic Authority, Communal Leadership on 3 Orthodox Women

The title that was awarded the three women stops short of a rabbinic ordination, recognizing them instead as spiritual leaders and teachers of halacha.

UN: Turkey Violated UN Sanctions, Sold Israeli Technology to Iran

What Turkey has apparently done was sidestep that whole part regarding receiving UNSC approval, and just sold Iran the banned technology -- which was made in Israel.
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IDF’s New Drone Poops on Rioters

The baggies received their name from their similarity in shape and texture to a popular Israeli chocolate milk drink, sold in plastic baggies. It's bathroom humor, admittedly, but it helps reduce real casualties.

50 MKs Endorse Bill Recognizing Turkey’s Armenian Genocide

The bill is drawing support from Likud, Zionist Camp, Habayit Hayehudi, Shas and Meretz, as well as Knesset Speaker Edelstein.

Education Ministry Avoids Conflict with Yeshivas Banning Haredi Soldiers’ Children

MK Aliza Lavie (Yesh Atid) said, “I receive many calls from women whose husbands serve in the army and their children are not accepted into schools or preschools, because they are always last in line.”

Air Force Attacks Hamas Targets in Northern Gaza Strip

Four different targets were attacked in the Hamas military compound, including buildings and terror infrastructure.

Situation in Chile Getting Colder for Small Jewish Community

“Jews know what’s going on. We’ve heard the story too many times over the centuries; this is anti-Semitism.”

Netanyahu Warns of ‘Warlike Move by Hamas’ at Gaza Border

"We had a day of relative calm along the Gazan border... because of the determination of the IDF soldiers. They are not defending us from some civilian demonstrations."

Watch: Captured Gazan Terrorist Says Hamas Purposely Putting Women & Children on Front Line

"They tell the child to go forward and he does. They trick him... People wear out and get fed up and I am one of these people."

IDF Retaliates for Gaza Attack on Sderot

An IDF tank shelled two Hamas military posts in the southern area of the Gaza Strip.

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