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Heated Exchange between Labor MK and PA Rep at EU conference

"The murder of Ali Dawabsha drew across-the-board condemnation in Israel ... What about those who wake up in the morning and murder Israelis?"

EU to Transfer $274 Million to the PA

The Palestinian Authority will receive a direct transfer of $185 million. The remaining $89 million will be given to UNRWA.

Jewish Cemetery Walls Desecrated in Sochaczew, Poland

During the war, Sochaczew lost more than 4,000 residents, all of them Jewish.

Foreign Ministry Slams Video Showing EU Ambassador to Israel as Hannibal the Cannibal

The European Union is behind the illegal construction of numerous Arab structures on Israeli-controlled territory.

Son of Saul’ Wins Oscar for Best Foreign Film

'Son of Saul's' riveting plot brought a first-time Oscar for a Hungarian film, by a first-time director.

Thousands of Syrians Stuck in Greece as Passage through Balkans Narrowed

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is pushing a plan calling on Turkey to stop the flow of refugees and take some of them back — for a price.

French Police Arrest Jewish Teacher for Faking ISIS Attack

Saadon is part of a kind of trend of false reporting of jihadist attacks in France.

Iran Promises to Pay Arab Families for Terror Attacks in Israel

Iran announces it will pay for terror attacks in Israel (now that it's flush with cash from lifted sanctions.)

WikiLeaks Reveals American NSA Snooping on Netanyahu-Berlusconi Talks

It is believed that Netanyahu used the tapped lines to indirectly communicate with the Americans after Obama gave him the silent treatment for a few days.

Jewish Woman is New Culture Minister in France

Audrey Azoulay is a native of Morocco and the daughter of an adviser to the king.

Exclusive: German Source Warns Jews in Danger as Anti-Migrant Movement Grows Violent

A local German activist says there has been an exponential, unreported rise in neo-Nazi activity as anti-migrant groups increase.

El Al Accident in Amsterdam Due to Fog, Tow Truck Driver

The passengers were forced to spend the Sabbath at hotels in Amsterdam.

10 Years Since the Gruesome Murder of French Jew Ilan Halimi

Ten years ago a Muslim French man ordered the abduction of the French Jew Ilan Halimi, who was grotesquely tortured and left to die.

CoP Leaders Hear About Media Coverage of Israel, Strategic Challenges, and from Rivlin

Journalist defended to the CoP the use of the term "settler" to describe Dafna Meir, the mother of six who was murdered by an Arab terrorist.

Israel, Germany to Link on African Development Projects

Strengthening ties with Africa is an echo of the past for Israel and a good plan for the future.

Knesset Defense Committee Chairman in Brussels: Talks Need Brave Palestinian Leader

Hanegbi advised the MEPs that measures such as the labeling of goods produced in Judea and Samaria do not contribute to the peace process.

Merck, Weizmann, Sign New Research Collaboration Agreement

“We have focused our healthcare research activities on the highly promising fields of immuno-oncology, immunology and oncology."

Humanitarian Aid: Russia to Transfer Needy Ukrainian Refugees to Siberia

The Jewish Autonomous Oblast is a district in the Russian Far East, bordering Khabarovsk Krai and Amur Oblast in Russia and Heilongjiang province in China.

No More Israel-PA Talks, Ever. (Well, Maybe….)

"Never" never means 'never' in the Middle East, ever. Not in diplomatic negotiations.

Crying Uncle, EU Starts Secret Negotiations to End Product Labeling Crisis

Let's face it, in this part of the global living room, Israel owns all the chairs.

Hitler’s Other Hobby, Painting, Now on Auction

It should be noted that WW2 was fought not by one, but by two really bad amateur painters.

Pegida Anti-Muslim Demonstrations Attract Thousands But Don’t Leave Big Impression

“Europe is now invaded by organized groups of people who want to dominate our continent."

Senior Israeli Official: French Peace Initiative Doomed like the Rest

The Israeli official suggested France is failing to understand that the regional arena has changed fundamentally.

EU Official Caught Crossing Jordan River with Smuggled Gold, Smartphones, Steroids

Altogether, the impounded goods were estimated at a $2.5 million.

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