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Cisco CEO Updates President Rivlin on Integrating Haredim, Arabs

The President welcomed Robbins warmly and thanked him for providing opportunities for Israelis across the country.

Trump Negotiates Down 90 F-35s by $600 Million

Israel should pay close attention, seeing as it is one of Lockheed Martin's biggest customers for the F-35s.

Israel Aerospace Industries Introduces Jamming-Resistant GPS System

Modern navigation systems integrated in modern platforms rely on the uninterrupted availability of satellite-based navigation and timing for their operation. But most of them are still unprotected.

Israel’s Crisis With Mexico Over, But Not Done

Mexico's president was polite when speaking with President Rivlin by phone but clear that his country is not likely to 'forgive and forget' so fast.

Netanyahu, Liberman Authorize Construction on 3,000 Homes in Judea, Samaria

"Life in Judea and Samaria is returning to a normal and healthy standard, one that's appropriate to the needs of those living in the area."

Former PM Ehud Olmert Requests Pardon From President Rivlin

Former PM Olmert requested a pardon to eliminate a prison term that was already reduced from six years to 18 months, after his conviction on charges of bribery.

City of Jerusalem On Strike

The city of Jerusalem goes on strike hoping to inspire the Finance Ministry to release the funds it is supposed to grant the municipality as its "fair share."

Cabinet Reviews 25 Years’ Progress in Diplomatic Ties With China and India

"Our position is becoming stronger due to our technological, military and intelligence capabilities."

Israeli Academics Purchase, Save Peruvian Amazon Forest

'Within less than a year, we’ve managed to show that it’s possible to save species and protect the earth through crowdsourcing, thanks to lots of caring people.'

Increased Housing On the Agenda for Hareidi Jews in Judea, Samaria

Some hareidi residents of Judea and Samaria say they feel the government is discriminating against them in housing allocations.

Ramat Gan Prepares to Sparkle in Sixth International Diamond Week in Israel

Special guests include diamond experts, retailers and jewelry manufacturers from Russia, China, Hong Kong and Armenia, among others.

Swiss Government Hides Information on Millions for BDS-Funding Framework

Switzerland may be helping the Palestinian Authority in its war against Israel by funding the Boycott Divest and Sanctions campaign.

Israel Approves Construction of 153 More Homes in Jerusalem

Israel is slowly thawing out the frozen, locked up building plans that were put away due to pressure from the Obama administration.

Trump’s State Dept. Holds Back Obama’s $221 million to the PA

Congress had been looking at the PA's unilateral attempts at statehood, corruption, incitement of violence, and paying salaries terrorists in jail, which is why Congress put a hold on the payment.

Incoming Israeli Economy Minister Says It’s Important to Safeguard Industry, Attract Investors

The incoming Minister of Economy and Industry points out that reducing the cost of living in Israel means safeguarding jobs here at home.

China and Israel Celebrate 25 Years of Diplomatic Relations

The link between the Israeli and Chinese peoples is an ancient one, dating from the Jewish community in Kaifeng a thousand years ago.

Israeli, Croatian Leaders Sign Cooperation Deal in Jerusalem

PM Netanyahu welcomed the leader of a strong friend of Israel in the international forum -- Croatia -- on his first visit to Jerusalem as prime minister.

Obama Transfers $221M to Palestinian Authority in Final Hours

On his last morning, outgoing President Barack Obama sent more than $200 million to the Palestinian Authority.

PM Netanyahu Emphasizes Importance of African Relations with Togolese FM Robert Dussey [video]

Prime Minister Netanyahu underscored the warm relations and long history Israel has with Togo when he met with Foreign Minister Dussey in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem’s Local Planning & Building Committee Approves 671 Housing Units

Two years after the start of a housing project in Ramat Shlomo, Jerusalem's local planning board granted approval for the units.

How Did Cop Ramming Bedouin Squatter Get Beautiful New Jeep?

The average poor Bedouin squatter ends up taking home $72,716.4 annually tax-free -- he can certainly afford a fancy, late-model Toyota jeep.

Cape Town Jews Warned Against Participating in Meeting on Future of Development Site

'Please be aware that any engagement on your part ... may be detrimental to the community's interest given the sensitive nature of this matter at this time.'

Knesset Debates Kashrut Monopoly and the Calls to Privatize It

MK Elazar Stern (Yesh Atid) accused the chief rabbinate of enforcing inappropriate, capricious rules, saying, 'You can't count on the chief rabbinate's kosher certification because it is corrupt.'

Elbit Awarded Close to $17 Million for BrightNite™ Systems to NATO Country

Lightweight, compact and cost-effective, BrightNite delivers directly to both eyes of the pilot a crystal clear visual of the landscape, flight data, and especially the mission data.

El Al Pilots Threaten New Work Slowdown

Pilots at El Al Airlines are once again threatening a job action, this time over the threat of forced leave for those ages 65 and over.

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