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Jerusalem Protesters Shout ‘Death to Khamenei’ to Support Iranian People

“It’s a protest against Iran’s dictatorial regime that is killing and oppressing people. We want a free Iran."

Rocket Lands in Western Negev, No Injuries

At least one rocket landed in an open area near a kibbutz.

Jerusalem City Center to Become ‘Clean Air Area’

"The decision will lead to a significant improvement in the quality of life and air quality in the city center."

Yehoshua Hershkowitz, z’l 92, Passes Away

Mr. Hershkowitz, z'l was the founder of Tomche Shabbos.

Customs Blocks Jenin Resident’s Knife Smuggling Attempt

The military equipment was transferred to the security forces

Report: Jordanian King Arrests Brothers and Cousin Over Saudi, Emirati Ties

“His Majesty King Abdullah ... had sent Their Royal Highnesses letters in appreciation of their service after they were referred to retirement from the JAF."

Jewish New Yorkers Become Victims of Organ Harvesting in Mexico

The cost of bariatric surgery in Mexico, depending upon the procedure, costs approximately half of what it does in the United States.

Syrian Regime Evacuates Rebel Fighters Near Mount Hermon

The village is located at the foothills of Mount Hermon, near the border with Israel and Lebanon, in the Golan Heights.

Yigal Unna Tapped to Head Israel’s National Cyber Bureau

Unna currently heads the Cyber Technologies Unit, has served in a number of different roles in the defense establishment over the years.

Israeli Dies in Thailand

Hussein Sabih, 28, sustained a severe head injury and died after jumping from a high cliff into a waterfall in Koh Samui.

Arab Terrorist Shot After Attacking IDF Soldiers in Beit Ummar

Also overnight, six wanted terror suspects were arrested in Judea and Samaria.

Israel Police Foil Teen Wannabe Bomber at Samaria Military Court

This is the second time in a month that Border Guard Police and IDF Military Police have prevented a pipe bomb attack at the military court.
Education Minister Gideon Sa'ar at a Press conference in 2010, defending his decision to raise teachers' salaries by 42%.

Gideon Sa’ar: No Palestinian Authority State is Acceptable

No one could know how "returning refugees" many might be radical Islamists who have sworn to destroy the Zionist enterprise, he said.

Terror Attack in Jerusalem Averted at Qalandiya Crossing

The would-be attacker, an 18-year-old Arab female, tried initially to make her way through the crossing but was turned away by the Border Guard police.

Update: Supermarket Bombed in St. Petersburg, Russia

The cause of the blast was an IED packed with metal shrapnel, equivalent to 200g of TNT.

US Dollar, Euro Rise in Foreign Currency Trade

Both the US dollar and the euro rose against the shekel.

Eilat Plans New Beach Initiative

The municipality is planning an ecological beach and environmental education center in order to educate the public about the treasures that await beneath the waves.

Israel Securities Authority to Bar Bitcoin on TASE

Two firms that have moved to bitcoin and are currently listed on the TASE, Blockchain Mining and Fantasy Network, a gaming company, may be suspended due to the new rules.

Israel Deports Two Turks After Provocations at Temple Mount

The two Turkish tourists who were deported entered Israel on Belgian passports; details on the third man were unavailable.

Jerusalem Expulsion Bill Advances After Passage by Ministerial Committee

The measure would apply to Arabs living in Jerusalem and the Golan, who are involved in terrorist activity.

Japanese Foreign Minister to Arrive in Israel

This is the third visit to the region by the Japanese foreign minister since he took his post.

Boulder Contemplates Ramat HaNegev as Sister City

The city of Denver, Colorado so far has an official “friendship” with Ramat HaNegev.

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