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IAI Successfully Completes Israeli-French Satellite Environmental Testing before Summer Launch

The satellite will be ground controlled by IAI in Israel which will be linked to two sub-stations in the Toulouse Space Center, France, and the Technological Mission Center, Rafael, Haifa, Israel.

Elbit Subsidiary Launches Cybersecurity Training and Simulation Center in Japan

The Elbit training platform provides a rich and up-to-date selection of simulated attack scenarios, including ransomware.

Iran’s Supreme Leader: Thank You, Donald Trump

At the same time, Khamenei had nothing nice to say about President Obama.

Infiltration Attempt from Gaza as Bennett Warns of Looming Conflict

Another attempted infiltration prevented. But Minister Bennett is now warning the question of war is no longer "if" but rather, "when."

Windshield Smashed in Stoning Attack

The vehicle came under a hail of rocks which smashed the windshield. The driver was smart enough to keep going.

Arab Terrorist Cell Indicted in Judea Military Court

The members of the terrorist cell were throwing Molotov cocktails at Israeli drivers on Highway 443 and 436 in the Binyamin region.

PM Netanyahu Tells Belgian PM Charles Michel That Israel Protects Europe From Terror

Israeli PM Netanyahu welcomed his Belgian counterpart to Jerusalem, saying he hoped fruitful discussions between them.

El Al Pilots Ignore Court Order, Flights Still Grounded

Pilots are still ignoring the back-to-work order by the Tel Aviv District Labor Court. A new hearing is set for Feb. 22.

SodaStream is Proud to Say ‘Made in Israel’ [video]

Hundreds of Negev Bedouin Israelis now have the jobs that Arab citizens of the Palestinian Authority lost to the BDS campaign.

UK Slams Israel’s Land Normalization Law

PM Netanyahu did not make it back to Israel in time for the historic vote on the controversial measure.

Train Stations to Close in Tel Aviv in March

The tunnel-digger work on the new Light Rail in Tel Aviv is to begin after Purim.

TEVA CEO Erez Vigodman Resigns

There was no explanation for Monday night's sudden resignation of the TEVA chief executive officer.

EU Postpones Summit With Israel Over Land Normalization Law

Member states of the European Union froze a summit that was planned with Israel, as a protest against the Settlement Law.

Tuesday’s Special: Read the Manna Episode and You’ll Make a Living

On Tuesday of the week of Parshat Beshalach some people read the section on the Manna as a Segula...

1,600 Lone Soldiers to Get Assisted Personal Errands Day in Tel Aviv Feb. 16

Every IDF Lone Soldier is entitled to take a personal errands day once every two months, but for most of them one day is often not enough time to complete their necessary errands.

Jewish Opposition Activist Mark Galperin Detained in Moscow

Two activists, 75-year-old Vladimir Ionov and Ildar Dadin, were sentenced in December 2015 to three years' imprisonment for the same charges Galperin faces.

Temple Institute Issues Myth Buster: It Doesn’t Have to Fall from Heaven [video]

It turns out that the notion that the re-building of the Holy Temple is the sole responsibility of the Jewish people is the bedrock on which the Temple Institute was established.

Haifa U. Iran Expert: Trump’s Comments on Iran a Step in the Right Direction

Dr. Shahvar explains that the Iranian regime interpreted Obama’s policy as being weak and feeble. Only a strong and threatening policy will lead Iran to refrain from escalating its actions.

20 Reform Clergy Arrested in NY Anti-Trump Ban Rally

“Tradition teaches us to be kind to the plight of refugees,” Gartner told the Daily News, although she did not specify which tradition she was referencing.

$10,000 Jerusalem Photo Challenge Aiming for 50,000 Online Submissions

'Our aim in this photo challenge is to uncover forgotten memories and get an exciting encounter of Jerusalem’s history in a frame.'

Tzipi Livni Calls 60 MKs Who Passed Regulation Act ‘Extremist Minority’

Moments after the law was passed, the three main anti-Zionist NGOs who made it necessary in the first place, Peace Now, Adalah, and Yesh Din, announced they would appeal it at the Supreme Court.

Liberman, Lavrov to Meet in Munich For Talks

DM Liberman and FM Lavrov spoke by phone for an extended period about Syria and the Palestinian Authority.

Knesset Passes Historic Land Normalization Law

The proposed Settlement Regulation Bill is now law, after an historic vote, passing 60-52.

PM Netanyahu Asks UK’s PM May to Stop Funding Anti-Israel NGOs

Breaking the Silence has been receiving funds originating with the British government via aid organizations, the NGO Monitor reports.

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