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In a meeting this week between Prime Minister Netanyahu and twenty settlement leaders, Netanyahu said that it was the US’s demand to freeze settlements that prevented the meeting of the Department of Planning in the Civil Administration.
Netanyahu said he was the one who gave the order for the department to not meet, but didn’t anticipate the extensive damage that came about as a result, where, even to put up a light post, much less build a needed nursery school, became impossible.
Netanyahu told the leaders that Obama had demanded of him that not even one house be built.
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Firefighters fought a large fire in Ein Yael, Jerusalem, located opposite the Biblical Zoo, and up the road from Malcha Mall.
Reporter Laura Rozen: “How many ways can I say significant progress made but important differences remain?”
CNN put the UNESCO site at the top of the list, implied Israel it to blame for its being “endangered but failed to mention Jordan’s responsibility.
Netanyahu falsely accused Bennett of signing a coalition agreement that returns more power to Hareidim.
US-led talks with Tehran appear to have reached a deal on sanctions relief: but what about access to Iranian nuclear sites?
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Six terror fugitives were arrested by IDF soldiers overnight in Judea and Samaria.
PM Netanyahu this week identified ISIS and Iran as Israel’s primary threat. It is a planetary threat that carries the promise of peace.
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Yifat Shoham, one of the longest-running directors of Leumit HMO in Arad, has passed away. Baruch Dayan HaEmet.
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Kerry spent the Fourth of July talking with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif.
Thirty Policemen escorted a total of 21 neo-Nazi in the “anti-Jewification” protest that flopped.
ISIS released a video of a modern-day replay of the thirst for blood in ancient Roman amphitheaters.
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Senior Hezbollah members are upset that Nasrallah is promoting members of the Mughniyah family at their expense.
Jordanian security forces rescued the six Chareidi Kashrut inspectors.
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