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About the Author: Lori Lowenthal Marcus is the US correspondent for The Jewish Press. She is a recovered lawyer who previously practiced First Amendment law and taught in Philadelphia-area graduate and law schools. You can reach her by email: Lori@JewishPressOnline.com
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Yishai takes issue with statements made by former Iranian president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, who called Israel “forged and temporary.” Yishai says that while Iran is a repressed society in which democratic aspirations are quashed, Israel is a beacon of human rights with proven historic staying-power. But, he warns, Israel needs to keep hitting that concept home.
Then, Yishai is joined by Knesset insider Jeremy Saltan for a lightning news wrap: Six Arab-Israeli teachers in the Negev have been found to be ISIS-supporters; the budget is being delayed; IDF service is being shortened; and more.
Finally, Yishai is joined by super-IDF-soldier Shai Ish Shalom, who remembers the hostage-rescue operation at Entebbe in 1976, recalling the precision-fighting during the fateful moments of the raid. VOI’s Judy Balint joins in to recount the last official commemoration ceremony of the raid, called Operation Thunderbolt/Yonatan, held in 2001.
NY Times praises US killing of terrorist leaders; a different story when Israel kills the bad guys
I encourage the Times of Israel editors to re-balance their site before ToI loses all credibility
Major Sarel was killed last year in Gaza when Hadar Goldin’s body was stolen by Hamas. The IDF released a video from Sarel’s helmet cam.
The system was recently activated and installed surrounding the Gaza Strip.
A new cyber defense program has opened for the first time at an Israeli pre-army yeshiva.
No exaggeration, I estimate 3/4 of the passengers on my bus were Arabs; this is not unique
He refuses to consider Reform Jews as “Jews” but “welcomes them with love and joy” to be just like him.
“You’re truly saving lives,” said Stoudemire, “and to do it in a way that’s fun to me, to play basketball, it’s a win-win.”
Here’s a video made during the war of Israelis simply thanking our IDF soldiers.
Adi Kaplan, widow of Captain Zvi (Zvika) Kaplan lit a torch during a ceremony marking one year since Operation Protective Edge at the Mount Herzl military cemetery in Jerusalem on July 6, 2015. Prime Minister Netanyahu laid a wreath of flowers at the ceremony honoring our heroes killed in battle against Israel’s enemies in Gaza
The IDF is placing its four elite combat units under a single commando brigade in the 98th Paratrooper’s Division. The combat units Egoz, part of the Golani Brigade; Rimon, part of the Givati Brigade; Duvdevan of the Central Command; and Maglan of the combat engineering force will be under the new command to be headed […]
Dear Pres. Obama, A “deal” in which one side makes all the concessions is, of course, a “surrender.”
Iran expert predicts there will be no signed deal because Iran already feels it can get all it wants without one.
The President announced he will ignore the letter of the law he just signed because it protects Judea and Samaria.
Remind Sen. Chuck Schumer that he said any deal with Iran must include “anywhere, anytime” inspections.
The OU respects the process which led to the Obergefell decision, but prays religious liberty won’t be sacrificed.
Flotilla activists escorted to Ashdod after IDF deters them from attempting to illegally breach the maritime blockade of Gaza
Hillary Clinton failed to turn over email exchanges with Sidney Blumenthal about Benghazi attacks.
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