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German Chancellor’s Office Sealed Off Due to Suspicious Package

25 Tevet 5776 – January 6, 2016
Security personnel sealed off the office of German Chancellor Angela Merkel due to a suspicious package.

Air Quality Improves With New Haifa Bay Environmental Project

Air quality has improved by 11 percent in the northern coastal city of Haifa this year, according to a new report.

Israel Police Hunt for Tel Aviv Shooter in Northern Israel

Israel Police have expanded their search for the Tel Aviv pub shooter into northern Arab communities.

North Korea Announces Successful Hydrogen Bomb Test

North Korea announced it successfully tested its first hydrogen bomb - a weapon more powerful than an atomic bomb.

Novel RNA Delivery System May Treat Incurable Blood Cancers

A new study by Tel Aviv University researchers offers tangible hope of curing the currently incurable blood cancer — and others like it.

Facebook Shamed Into Taking Down Shurat Hadin Fake Page

25 Tevet 5776 – January 5, 2016
Facebook did not apologize for the double standard, they expressed no remorse or shame, and they ignored the delicious humor in the Shurat Hadin report.

Israeli-Arab Offers Cash Reward for Terrorist Behind Tel Aviv Shooting

“We need to stop with the ‘Arab against Israeli’ narrative, we are all cousins who wish to live in peace,” explained Qaq.

Officer killed, Soldier Injured in Ze’elim Training Accident

The accident occurred at the end of battalion exercises, that were being conducted concurrent with preparations of a fire show by Armored Corps battalion

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.

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