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Bennett in Atlanta: Holocaust the Price We Paid for Not Having a State

There are an estimated 6,400 Lone Soldiers from 80 countries serving in the IDF today. About 880 of them are American.

Abbas Says He’s Willing to Meet Netanyahu — If Trump Is There

Abbas told Palestinian Authority and international media he is meeting with President Trump in Bethlehem.

Israeli Foreign Ministry Speaks with Turkey’s President Erdogan

The conversation, defined as a “clarification call,” was held at the request of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu Meets Dunford, Jewish War Heroes on V-E Day

"We must be capable, prepared and able to defend ourselves by ourselves against any threat. That is the lesson since the victory over Nazism.”

IDF Chief of Staff Awards Medal to US Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

The two men have known each other for years, and during Eizenkot’s last visit to the U.S. he was presented with a similar medal by Dunford.

PM Netanyahu Speaks with French President-elect Macron

The two leaders discussed continued cooperation in the fight against terrorism and advancing bilateral economic and technological links.

Jibril Rajoub in a Tizzy Over Netanyahu Conversation with FIFA President

Netanyahu allegedly called to ask the FIFA president to block the agenda item on sanctions against Israeli teams.

Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff Visiting Israel

This is General Dunford’s third visit to Israel.

Herzog Medical Center to Open New Pavilion in Jerusalem

The eight-floor pavilion will include an underground 200-bed emergency hospital built to withstand the impact of missiles.

Erdan: Barghouti’s Strike Was Never About the Prisoners [video]

"This hunger strike was never about the conditions of the convicted terrorists, which meet international standards... It's about his political ambitions to replace Abu Mazen."

US Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff to Arrive in Israel

Last August Eizenkot received the U.S. Legion of Merit from Dunford during the honor guard ceremony at the Pentagon in Washington.

First Jerusalem District Police Station Opens in Shuafat

The idea for the new “service center” was advanced by the Jerusalem District Police Commander, Yoram HaLevy.
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CAUGHT IN THE ACT: Watch Marwan Barghouti Eating During the Hunger Strike

Hidden cameras in Barghouti's cell show that he eats while the other terrorists hunger strike.

Getting Ready for Trump Visit, Netanyahu Corrects Abbas’ Record

'I heard Abu Mazen say that the Palestinians are also educating their children for peace.'

Israel’s Pres. Rivlin Expresses Sadness at Benny Elon’s Passing

"As a friend and companion, he was for me a learning partner, an intellectual sparring partner," said President Rivlin.

German President Steinmeier Arrives in Israel

Steinmeier, who has been to Israel previously as a foreign minister, is not expected to meet with 'Breaking the Silence.'

Israel’s 2 Busiest Train Stations to be Expanded

Israel Railways is investing approximately NIS 70 million in the project. The new stations open in October and November 2017.

Firebombing on Highway 60 in Judea

The terrorists were targeting an Israeli patrol that was securing Highway 60 between Gush Etzion and Kiryat Arba.

Fire Department: Most of November’s Fires were Arson

Many homes were burned down in the pyro-terrorist attacks.

Trump to Visit Israel May 22-23, on Jerusalem Day

This will be the president's first foreign trip since inauguration, with Israel the second stop, sandwiched in between Riyadh and Rome.

Report: Nabil Shaath Equates Terrorist Prisoners with IDF Soldiers

It is crazy for anyone to demand the PA stop paying jailed terrorists, Shaath said.

Netanyahu: Looking Forward to Talking Peace with Trump

'I heard President Abbas yesterday say that they, [the] Palestinians, teach their children peace – that’s unfortunately not true.'

One Wounded in Gush Etzion Stoning

The attack happened, once again, on the Husan bypass road.

Ukraine to Prosecute Jewish Colonel, 94, for Killing Nazi Collaborator

According to Pravda, the investigation into the killing began on April 18, and Col. Steckler does not deny his responsibility for Hasiewicz's death.

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