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The Perfect Holiday Gift: New Missile Alert System from Home Front Command

The new home warning system will kick in only if a missile threatens the user's particular area, leaving everyone else to continue with their daily routines.

Public Transportation to Undergo Major Expansion in Haifa

The public transportation system in Haifa is about to undergo a major expansion, radically improving access in the city.

Cisco Laying Off 14,000 Worldwide, 300 at Most in Israel

The heavy cuts are the inevitable result of Cisco’s transition from its hardware roots into a software-centric organization - where Israeli engineers will thrive

Knesset Committee Chairwoman: Illegal PA Arab Workers Behind Many Terror Attacks

There have not been any terrorists among PA Arabs who possess work permits during the last terror wave.

Digging for Treasure Resumes in Tracks of Illusive Nazi Gold Train

Tadeusz Slowikowski, 86, is responsible for the Nazi gold train rumor and has spent much of his time since the 1950s searching for that train.

Engine Gone, Israir Pilot Safely Lands Disabled Jet at Ben Gurion Airport

Drama on the tarmac: fire and rescue personnel, medics and others waited as an Israeli passenger plane struggled to return to Tel Aviv with one engine down.

Hotel Guests’ Credit Cards Hacked in United States

Malware was found on the payment processing system of more than dozen properties belonging to a US hotel and resort company.

Ahmad Tibi, Yisrael Beiteinu, Cooperating to Protect Arab Workers from Unjust Taxation

Why would Israel be so invested in taking money away from the only PA Arabs who still have something good to say about it, and give it to the PLO?

Israeli Local Reciprocal Procurement for F-35 Newcomer Close to $1 Billion

The F-35A Adir will be a significant addition to maintaining Israel’s qualitative military edge in the Middle East, with the advanced capability to defeat emerging threats, such as advanced missiles.

Lakewood Man Loses Bid to Change Guilty Plea in $200 Million Ponzi Scheme

Between February and March of 2012 the two "Facebook victims" wired millions of dollars to an account set up by Weinstein and a co-conspirator.

DC Leaks Publishes George Soros’ Files Showing Millions Contributed to Anti-Israel Causes

The organizations listed in the one document JewishPress.com examined on Sunday received a total of $9,591,801 from the Soros foundations between 2001 and 2015.

Israel’s Hospitals Go On Strike to Demand More Resources For Public Health System

Health Minister Yaakov Litzman said that the strike itself would not at all contribute towards reaching a solution.

Analysis: At Last, Potential Buyer for Iron Dome System: the Pentagon

Mind you, that purchase is yet to be made, and, judging by the Iron Dome's track record so far, the deal could still go south.

Municipality Expands Jewish Community in Eastern Jerusalem Despite Faint Leftist Outcry

Jerusalem Arabs habitually boycott the elections, some out of resentment of the Jewish takeover back in 1967, most because they fear retribution.

Doctors Plan Strike at Israeli Public Hospitals

Doctors at Israeli public hospitals may decide to strike over staffing and private practice issues.

Report: Government Supports Electric Company Blackouts over PA Debt

It could mean those PA folks would be stuck without their Internet connection and the world would be spared many gigabytes of incitement.

Israel Resolves to Track Down, Deport & Ban Entry of BDS Activists

Lawmakers are cracking down on activists loyal to the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions movement who work to delegitimize Israel.

Unwitting Israelis May Still Be Eating Tainted Telma Cornflakes

The Health Ministry and a Knesset committee will probe the Telma cornflakes salmonella scandal this week.

‘Movement for Black Lives’ Pushes BDS, Anti-Semitism in Platform

The anti-Israel umbrella group 'Movement for Black Lives' is also deeply anti-Semitic. Read its political agenda.

A First: Kibbutzniks to Pay Personal Income Tax

The Finance Ministry's new rule must still go through the Knesset Finance Committee for approval, and the agricultural lobby is expected to put up a hard fight against the changes.

Airport Union’s Unique Strike Threat: Shabbat Observance

According to the union, the Shabbat protocol will permit landings of already scheduled flights from abroad, but no takeoffs.

Parents of Russian-Jewish Star Trek Actor Sue Fiat Chrysler for Son’s Death

The parents of Russian-Jewish actor Anton Yelchin sue Fiat Chrysler over their son's death.

Israeli Shekel Drops Against US Dollar

The Israeli shekel has weakened against the US dollar and other foreign currencies.

Pokemon Is No-Go In Gazan Hamas HQ

Pokemon Go has spread to Gaza, even though the internet is slower, but some places are off-limits there too.

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