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Rafah Crossing Fails to Open as Scheduled

Talks are underway with Cairo to set a new date for the opening.

Designer Karl Lagerfeld Upsets Holocaust Survivors, Families with Talk Show Remarks

"You cannot kill millions of Jews and then take in millions of their worst enemies afterwards," Lagerfeld said.

Heavens to Mergatroid, They’re Hunting Krembo in Israel!

The average Israeli eats 10 Krembos each season, according to Feldman Ice Cream.
Haredi soldiers praying in the fields. Some are less welcome in their own shuls.

Harassed Hareidi IDF Officer Wins NIS 500,000 Compensation in Court

Three extremists campaigning against the Conscription Law publicized his name and private family information.

Islamic Jihad Leader Arrested in the Shomron

Islamic Jihad's leadership has instructed their members to strike Israel as soon as possible.

More Than Half of Israelis are Overweight, Says OECD Report

Smoking rates have fallen, although that is also still an issue: approximately one in five adults still smokes daily.

UN Envoy Warns Gaza ‘Extremists’ Risking Dangerous Escalation

"The reckless actions and statements of militants in #Gaza risk a dangerous escalation."

Jewish Olympic Gold Medalist Aly Raisman Reveals Abuse by Trainer

USA Gymnastics said it took "great courage" for Aly Raisman to speak out.

Massive Stoning on Beitar Ilit Bypass Road

An MDA ambulance was also heavily damaged by the rock throwers.

Egged and Gush Etzion Development Company Sign Cooperation Agreement

The GECD will be providing local bus service on behalf of Egged in Efrat and Gush Etzion.

Saudi Arabia Joins Bahrain in Travel Ban Against Lebanon

Hezbollah lawmakers called on Saudi Arabia to stop interfering in Lebanese affairs.

10 Terror Suspects Arrested Overnight

In addition, IDF forces from the Menashe regional brigade confiscated illegal weapons during their operations.

Actor Will Smith Slips in Quietly to Visit Western Wall, Jerusalem

Actor Will Smith told reporters the Western Wall is "very spiritual, very powerful" and he feels "honored to be here."

El Al CEO David Maimon Resigns

In his letter to the board, Maimon agreed to stay on until a new chief executive is selected.

UK Secy Resigns Due to Controversy Over Meetings With Netanyahu

"The UK and Israel are close allies, and it is right that we should work closely together. But that must be done formally," PM Theresa May responded.

Weapons Seized in IDF Raid

Arab terrorists stockpile weapons in private civilian homes around Judea and Samaria.

Israeli Professor Introduces Course Teaching Students to See Through ‘Fake News’

Dr. Yaniv Levyatan offers a new course that equips students with the critical thinking skills to sort fact from fiction.

Israel Welcomes More ‘Adir’ Fighter Jets, New F-35 Full Mission Simulator

Lockheed Martin personnel assist with operations and maintenance of the simulators in-country for allies.

Arab Teen Nabbed with Knife at Hebron’s Cave of Patriarchs

The young teenage terrorist-in-training was arrested and taken into custody.

Saudi Arabia Charges Iran with ‘Act of War’

Riyadh also says Lebanon appears to be declaring war on Saudi Arabia via aggression by Iran's proxy, Hezbollah.

President Rivlin ‘Expects Spain to Oppose Boycotts’

“Iranian threats to destroy Israel cannot be tolerated," President Rivlin told the Spanish Parliament.

Gaza Terror Groups Reject UNRWA Changes to School Curriculum

Gaza terror factions said UNRWA should not meddle with the school curriculum and should teach it with no changes.

Seven Arrested Over Golan Heights Riot

Druze residents in the Golan Heights maintain a complicated relationship with Israel.

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