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Government to Approve Shabbat Soccer Games with Haredi Tacit Approval

Last September, Netanyahu asked Deputy Attorney General Raz Nazri to provide recommendations to issue a sweeping permit to professional soccer on Shabbat.

Bennett Teaches US Conference of Presidents the Value of Saying No

Israel’s bilateral relations would no longer allow allies to benefit from the relationship with Israel and not show support for the country in international forums.

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.

Defense Minister Confirms: Demolished ‘Underground Infrastructure’ in Gaza Was Terror Tunnel

"By the end of 2018, we will destroy all the offensive tunnels in Hamas' possession."

Israeli Tax Authority: Bitcoin an Asset, Not a Currency

A week ago, the chairman of the Israel Securities Authority, Prof. Shmuel Hauser, announced that he would not not permit companies whose value is based on the value of the bitcoin to be included in one of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) indices.

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.

Israel’s Foreign Ministry Sets Emergency Session After Polish PM’s Remarks

“The Polish prime minister’s remarks are grave,” Hotovely said, “and they call for an apology to the Jewish people for the distortion of Holocaust remembrance."

Cannabis Decriminalization Bill Moves Through Knesset Committee

The law will not apply to minors under 18, soldiers and persons with previous cannabis or criminal convictions.

IDF Returns Terrorist Bodies to Palestinian Authority Familes

The Knesset is working on legislation that would legally enable Israel to retain the bodies of terrorists indefinitely.

IDF Retaliates, Hits Terror Tunnel and Hamas Bases in Gaza

Six terrorist targets in Gaza were attacked by the IDF in the first round on Saturday evening.

Netanyahu Slams Polish PM’s ‘Outrageous’ Remarks, ‘Inability to Understand History’

“There is a problem here of an inability to understand history and a lack of sensitivity to the tragedy of our people,” Netanyahu said.

Poland’s Prime Minister Claims Not Only Polish, German Perpetrators — Jewish Perpetrators of Holocaust,...

Israeli lawmakers are calling for a reduction in the country's level of diplomatic engagement with Poland.

Coalition Rivals Preparing for Post-Netanyahu Era

Of Netanyahu's three other partners, the only real threat is posed by Bennett. Kahlon is constantly shown by the polls to be losing seats in the next elections, and Liberman cannot rise above his faction's current six seats if his life depended on it.

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.

Senior Affordable Housing Project Awarded Millions for Construction

"Increased access to affordable housing for seniors will contribute to the creation of a more equitable, inclusive and vibrant Israeli society as a whole.”

Netanyahu to Share Proof of Iran Involvement in Israel-Syria Skirmish at Munich Security Conference

“I will reiterate our determination to defend ourselves by ourselves - without any restrictions - against any threat.”

Finance Ministry Sabotaging Defense Minister’s Plan to Offset Terrorists’ Salaries

The bill offsetting terrorist salaries would deduct those hundreds of millions of dollars from the money due the PA, and, if Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman (Yisrael Beiteinu) gets his way, move these funds to Israeli terror victims.

Israel Railways to Expand to 24-Hour Service in South

The southern line is considered to be one of the most successful and growing train lines in Israel, with approximately 420,650 passengers traveling each day.

Lapid: Netanyahu Can’t Continue to Serve as Prime Minister

This is the second prime minister in a row to become entangled in corruption charges, the first one, Ehud Olmert (Kadima) ended up serving time.

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.

Lapid’s Testimony Dividing Israel into Netanyahu’s Supporters and Enemies

On the right, where many of Lapid's potential voters dwell, he just became the ultimate snitch against a popular sitting prime minister.

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.

Ahed Tamimi’s Trial to be Continued Behind Closed Doors

The court said that since Tamimi is a minor, a trial behind closed doors is “in her best interests.”

Hezbollah Terrorists Training to Break Through Israel’s Northern Security Barrier

“Maneuvers have focused on ways to breach electronic sensors, surveillance cameras and the harmonization between ground advancement and the use of unmanned drones."

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