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Police Fear Armed Shooter Might Take Hostages

22 Tevet 5776 – January 2, 2016
Earlier in the day, the attacker's father told the media, "I am a law-abiding Israeli citizen. I did not raise my son this way, I am sorry."

IDF Responds to Gaza Rocket Fire

The IDF holds Hamas responsible and accountable for all attacks emanating from the Gaza Strip.

Manhunt after Israeli Arab Terrorist Continues

The terrorist is an Israeli Arab citizen, resident of the predominantly Arab Wadi Ara, who previously served a prison sentence for grabbing an M-16 rifle from an IDF soldier in 2007.

Israel Returning Bodies of Dozens of Terrorists to Palestinian Authority

21 Tevet 5776 – January 1, 2016
Hamas is still holding the bodies of two IDF soldiers.

IDF Soldiers Who Beat Up Arab Terrorists Punished

Colonel Hazut on Friday sentenced another soldier from the Netzah Yehuda battalion to 21 days in prison for his role in the "hate wedding" video.

More than 55,000, Including 2,500 Children Killed in Syria in 2015

Naturally, with the UN passing 20 anti-Israel resolutions last month, there was precious little time left for the Syrian concern.

Sabotage in Arab Village Disconnects Gush Etzion Towns from Electric Grid

Someone threw a stone at the hanging wire in one of the Arab villages in the Gush, causing the tearing and disconnection of the line.

Kinneret Level Up, Snow on Mount Hermon

We will see the Kinneret returning to within its historic safe level this season.

Mina Tzemach Election Survey: Likud Down, Lapid, Bennett Up

The Zionist Camp (formerly Labor) headed by MK Yitzhak Herzog, suffers a body blow to fall down to 18 seats — six fewer than its historic, 24-seat win in the last elections.

Trains Halted in Munich Due to ‘Serious, Imminent Threat’ of a Terror Attack

Munich trains were closed, cleared and no longer running in two central stations, following a credible terrorist threat on New Year's Eve.

Report: AG Weinstein Violated Supreme Court Ruling, Gave Direct Approval to Torture

20 Tevet 5776 – December 31, 2015
Weinstein's alleged approval violated the torture protocol established by Justice Elyakim Rubinstein, after the High Court banned the use of these methods in 1999.

Huge Fire Consuming Downtown Dubai Hotel

The Address is one of the tallest, flashiest skyscrapers in a city packed with flashy, tall architecture.

Terror Attacks by Israeli Arabs Thwarted In Eilat and Jaljulia

Both are suspected of conspiring to aid the enemy in wartime for reportedly planning to bomb a hotel in Israel’s southernmost city of Eilat.

On Eve of 2016 Israel Boasts Population of 8.5 Million

During the year an estimated 176,700 babies were born, 74% Jewish, 23% Arab and 4.4% “other.”

Court Releases Another Duma Suspect

The detainee's release is added to a list of now 4 releases in the Duma affair.

US to Punish Iran with New Sanctions over Missile Tests

The Iranians say they will respond to any "US interventionist action against the Islamic Republic's defense program."

Snow Falling on Mount Hermon, Winter Storm Starting in North

Snow has begun to fall on Mount Hermon; rain, wind and flash floods are forecast elsewhere in Israel.

Roman Aqueduct Excavated in Arava Region

The discovery reinforces the theory that agriculture in the Arava goes back thousands of years.

Israel Police to Wear Body Cams in 2016, Follows US Policy

Israel Police will begin to wear body cameras in 2016, similar to those worn by U.S. police, for similar reasons.

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