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Netanyahu Announces Establishment of New Druze Town

The town, the first of its kind since the state of Israel was founded, is to be established in the Lower Galilee near the northern city of Tiberias.

Knesset Committee Recommends Keeping ‘Breaking the Silence’ Off Campuses

After the debate devolved into shouting matches, committee chairman MK Yakov Margi (Shas) removed three MKs from the room.

Egyptian Extremism Fighting Group Attacks Copts as Anti-Islamic

There are between 10 and 16 million Copts in Egypt.

Ashkelon Mayor, Officials, Arrested for Rape, Bribery

Also arrested Tuesday: the mayor's brother and three business people on suspicion of bribery.

Israelis Develop World’s First Molecular Sensor That Can Scan Almost Anything

Powered by Consumer Physics, SciO, enables any person to ascertain the molecular and chemical design of almost any physical object or material including food, medicine, and more.

Lines in the Sand: Iraq, Oman FMs to Visit Tehran

Oman has cultivated friendly relations with Iran, apart from the rest of the Gulf states.

Tel Aviv Residents “Can Calm Down” as Manhunt For Israeli-Arab Gunman Continues

“We can update that as of this morning, tensions in the Tel Aviv area can be significantly reduced,” said Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh.

Knesset Committee Recommends Keeping ‘Breaking the Silence’ Off Campuses

After the debate devolved into shouting matches, committee chairman MK Yakov Margi (Shas) removed three MKs from the room.

US ‘Aware’ Anti-Israel UN Protector for ‘Palestine’ Quit, Hopes he is Not Replaced

UN official resigned in a snit because Israel refused to help him trash the Jewish State; the U.S. sided with Israel.

Police Suspect Dizengoff Shooter’s Family Helped him Escape

Altogether, eight of Nashat Melhem's family and friends have been arrested.

No Joke: Hamas Detains Satirist in Gaza

The past two years there have been a significant rise in the number of violations against Palestinian press freedoms.

Kuwait Joins Sunni Nations Cutting Ties With Iran

Kuwait has joined those who recalled their ambassadors from Iran over the crisis with Saudi Arabia.

Knesset Approves Reduction of Corporate Tax to 25%

Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon promised: “You will see that next year five billion shekels from value added tax will reach the economy.”

Art Dealer Wildenstein on Trial for Large Scale Tax Fraud

Wildenstein's late stepmother Sylvia, and his sister-in-law Liouba, turned him in.

Gov’t Appoints Buki Carmeli to Head National Cyber Defense Authority

Israel’s government cabinet this week appointed Buki Carmeli to head the National Cyber Defense Authority.

Police Commissioner: We’ll Do Whatever It Takes to Catch the Dizengoff Shooter

The suspect's father identified him to police soon after the shooting had taken place, and has now called on his son to give himself up.

Police Arrest Terrorist Suspect After Manhunt in Herzliya

A suspected Arab terrorist has been captured and arrested in Herzliya after an intensive manhunt.

Bahrain, UAE, Sudan Join Saudi Arabia, Sever Ties with Shi’ite Iran

Bahrain, UAE and Sudan have all followed Saudi Arabia's lead and severed diplomatic ties with Iran.

Police Arrest Father & Family of Tel Aviv Pub Shooter

The father of the Tel Aviv pub shooter and five more family members are arrested; the gunman is still at large.

Rabbi Pinto to Start Prison Sentence as Supreme Court Denies Appeal

Justice Mazuz said the sentence imposed on Pinto is the necessary minimum based on the appellant's actions.

Weizmann Institute Drug Approved for Prostate Cancer Therapy in Mexico

A successful Phase III clinical trial confirmed the high rate of local cures, minimal side effects and maintenance of overall quality of life.

Security Forces Search for Terrorist in Herzliya

Security forces are searching for a Jerusalem terrorist who has abandoned his vehicle in central Herzliya.

Israeli Arabs Taken Off Greek Flight Under Pressure by Israeli Jews

After the Arab passengers had left, the Jewish passengers demanded to look at their luggage, but were refused.

IDF Soldier Stabbed in Terror Attack at Gush Etzion Junction

One IDF soldier is stabbed in a ram-and-stab terror attack at the Gush Etzion junction.

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