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High Court Presses State to Give Citizens Choice on Biometric ID

If the security forces are in favor of collecting biometric information on state citizens – then it must be kosher.

Police Round Up Communications Heavies in Netanyahu’s Next Corruption Probe

Police investigators suspect that Communications Ministry regulators—when Netanyahu was serving as Communications Minister concurrent with his tenure as prime minister—gave Bezeq preferential treatment.

Tsurkov: As US Role Declines, Israeli Investment in Syrian Rebels Increasing

Israel has provided drone strikes and shelling with high-precision missiles on ISIS targets during defensive and offensive rebel operations.

Religious MK Elazar Stern: Mixed-Sex Combat Service ‘Wonderful’

Does Stern honestly believe that sitting in a college lecture hall next to members of the opposite sex imposes the same degree of unwanted intimacy, often the revolting kind – as the reality of the inside of a combat tank?

Poland Protests Swastika Graffiti on Tel Aviv Embassy

The protest follows the drawing of swastikas and hate slogans on the Polish Embassy building in Tel Aviv.

After 2 Failures, Arrow 3 Interceptor ‘Carried Out Its Mission’

The experiment was carried out Monday morning in cooperation with the US Missile Defense Agency. In light of Monday's success, an interception test using a real target will be carried out this year.

Netanyahu Reaching Out to Polish PM after Pro-Nazi Underground’s Wreath Laying

During and after the war, the Holy Cross Mountains Brigade was accused of enjoying the support of the German occupation, and the Home Army, the national underground, described its members as being treasonous and openly fascist.

Shin Bet Foils Assassination Attempt Against Defense Minister Liberman

A second cell was captured planning shooting attacks in Gush Etzion.

Following Goldin Family Petition: Hamas Prisoners’ Visits Suspended

The bodies of fallen Israeli soldiers Hadar Goldin and Oron Shaul have been held by Hamas in Gaza since the war of the summer of 2014.

Dancing on the Edge of Demolition in Netiv Ha’Avot

"They are wonderful, Israeli mothers. They are raising their families with the values of Torah, Love of Israel and a devotion to the land. Here are their stories."

Dozens Protest European Crusade to Destroy Jewish Enclave

The activists held signs reading "The destruction of Netiv Ha'avot, brought to you by European governments," and chanted slogans such as, "You are pawns of Germany, how are you not ashamed?"

The Case Against Netanyahu: Don’t Expect Indictments Before 5779

The preliminary phase of the cases against Netanyahu could take us to the end of 2018, certainly past Rosh Hashanah 5759.
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Police Recommend Indictments, Netanyahu Fights Back: ‘Only the Good of the Country before my...

In his 12-minute response on television, a visibly shaken Netanyahu opened by reminding Israelis of his long record as a special forces officer, Israel's UN envoy, finance minister and, finally, as prime minister.

Mayor: African Migrants Make Up 10% of Tel Aviv Births

According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, in 2065 we should expect anywhere from 15 to 25 million Israelis roaming the Holy Land, out of whom between 13 and 18 million will be Jews.

Netanyahu in All-Day Consultations with Lawyers after High Court Ruling on Police Recommendations

Speaking to Channel 2 News, Netanyahu was mercilessly frank in his view regarding the proper behavior of a prime minister under police investigation. It was back in 2008, and the PM was Ehud Olmert.

Another Day, Another MK Zoabi Removal for Calling IDF ‘Murderer’

Chairman Margi instructed ushers to remove MK Zoabi from the room, and said, "IDF soldiers are not murderers. They operate in an impossible reality."

Putin to Abbas: Trump Says Hi

Monday saw an awkward turn in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's and President Donald Trump's "friends for ever" relationship, and a turn on a dime by Trump in his relationship with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas.

Report: PA Police Instigated Lynch and Stole IDF Soldier’s Weapon

The soldiers say they escaped on their own, and the PA police instigated the mob's attack.

Lebanese Man Caught Infiltrating into Israel (Again)

The man was sent by Hezbollah, who were apparently impressed by his successful infiltration last year.

Sovereignty Movement Urging Netanyahu Not to Turn Bill’s Postponement into Retraction

"In the Middle East, weakness, concessions and indecisiveness only encourage the forces of evil that seek to destroy us."

Israeli Supreme Court President: BDS Not Entitled to Freedom of Speech

"The imposition of legal sanctions is proportionate when the state is interested in defending itself against a boycott of civilians," the justice said.

MK Zoabi’s Aide Owns the Land Where F-16 Crashed, Will Sue

It has been suggested on Israeli social media that the IDF should sue the Syrian military for those damages.

Israeli Doctors Restoring Patient’s Jaw Using Shinbone

In a surgery that lasted 12 hours, a multidisciplinary team of more than 30 doctors and nurses removed a tumor from a patient's mouth and reconstructed part of her jawbone to fit in the gap.

Syria’s Anti-Aircraft Missiles May Be Outdated, But Can Still Inflict Damage

"There are long-range surface-to-air missiles like the SA5, which, although they are outdated and stationary launch pads, can intercept planes deep inside Israel."

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