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Israel Deports Two Turks After Provocations at Temple Mount

The two Turkish tourists who were deported entered Israel on Belgian passports; details on the third man were unavailable.

‘God Bless You, My Friend President Morales… We’re Waiting for You Here in Jerusalem’

"God bless you, my friend, President Morales. God bless both our countries – Israel and Guatemala. We are waiting for you here in Jerusalem."

Winter Storm Does Little to Reverse Effects of Drought

“We are praying for rain, but we must prepare for more drought.”

Expert Says Jerusalem Issue is Beginning of Israel’s Victory, Could Spark Chain Reaction

U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision, and Guatemala’s move to get on board is evidence that a major shift in international politics is at hand, particularly in Latin America.

Former Police Official: Netanyahu Indictments Next Month, Expect Earthquake

A caustic Netanyahu blamed Horev for the wave of tendentious police leaks against him, and declared that "If there is anything that harms the public's trust in the police, it is its bizarre employment of the political adviser Horev."

AG: Interior Ministry Not Allowed to Revoke Immigrants’ Citizenship

In certain cases, the Authority sought to revoke the Israeli citizenship many years after it had been awarded.

Guatemala to Move Embassy From Tel Aviv to Jerusalem

President Morales said he made the decision after speaking earlier in the day with Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Japanese Foreign Minister to Arrive in Israel

This is the third visit to the region by the Japanese foreign minister since he took his post.

Winter Rains At Last Begin To Fall in Israel, But Prayer Rally Planned at...

“I call on the public to attend the prayer and to bring umbrellas, because together we will rip open the skies.”

Pro-BDS Flags, Guillotine, Featured in Left’s Anti-Netanyahu Rally

Roaming in the crowd on Rothschild Boulevard, Amit Brin, a designer, was so good at diverting attention from the serious issues at hand – a prime minister at war with police investigators – he might as well have been on the Likud payroll.

Denmark Cuts Funding for Pro-BDS Groups with Ties to Terrorism

These NGOs include Al-Haq and Addameer, several of whose senior administrators have close ties to the PFLP.

Israel to Withdraw from UNESCO

Israel and the Jewish nation should be the first to donate to this organization and the last to leave. However, in ... UNESCO, sane countries have nothing to find.”

In Paris, Macron Tells Abbas No Recognition for ‘Palestine’ Right Now

“There is no other solution than the two-state solution, and no two state-solution without an agreement by both sides on Jerusalem."

Justice Minister Laments High Court’s Domination over the Representatives of the People

"I, too, lived on this earth before the mid-1990s," Shaked said. "I still remember Israel before the Basic Laws. Sometimes the laws were more successful and sometimes less. We were not the land of the sons of darkness, nor were we redeemed by the sons of light."

Deputy Minister Oren Urges Netanyahu, ‘Evict UN from Jerusalem’

Oren also suggested the United States close the PLO mission in Washington DC in response to the vicious anti-American campaign waged by the Palestinian Authority's leading Fatah faction.

Netanyahu: Israel Rejects ‘Complete Preposterous’ Resolution

“Jerusalem is our capital. Always was, always will be... I do appreciate the fact that a growing number of countries refused to participate in this theater of the absurd."

Israel’s UN Envoy: ‘No General Assembly Resolution Will Ever Drive Us from Jerusalem’

"If this body were really united for peace, it would pass a resolution condemning Palestinian violence.”

Mossad Turns to Social Media for Recruitment

The Mossad contends that advertising on Facebook allows for a more efficient recruitment process, granting them access to the most qualified applicants.

Liberman, Shaked, to Impose Law Banning PA Deadbeats from Israel

"The days when we were tolerant of Palestinians are over," Justice Minister Shaked said in a statement.

Israeli Farmers, Nurseries Clamoring for Cannabis Permits

The Knesset is considering legislation to allow Israel to export medical marijuana. Ministers estimate sales of the product could inject as much as $1.1 billion into the Israeli economy.

US Says DPRK Hackers Behind ‘WannaCry’ Global Ransomware Attack

"This was a careless and reckless attack. It affected individuals, industry, governments, and the consequences were beyond economic. . . [it] put lives at risk, not just money."

Foreign Ministry Asks Diaspora Jews for Help on UN’s Jerusalem Vote

But some Diaspora Jewish groups, particularly in North America, say ... they have no intention of lobbying on behalf of the Netanyahu government.

Shaked, Bennet Propose Judicial Reform Bill

The proposal includes a clause allowing the government to reinstate laws struck down by the High Court of Justice."

KKL Decision Creates New Reality on Ground for Kfar Etzion

KKL has completed registration of 700 dunams land purchased from residents of the PA village of Beit Ummar, several kilometers south of Kfar Etzion, prior to the war of independence.

MK David Bitan to Resign as Likud Coalition Chairman

“The current situation makes it too difficult for me to function,” he wrote, “and I don’t want to harm the work and functionality of the coalition."

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