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Galilee Excavation Reveals 2,000 Year-Old Stone Vessel Workshop

The discovery provides fascinating evidence of the central place of ritual purity in the daily lives of Galilean Jews during the time of the Second Temple.

Thousands Gather in Tel Aviv to Show Support for ‘Bibi’ Netanyahu

"It says it's good for all brothers to sit together -- this investigation is not right. Stop destroying our unity. Bibi will be our prime minister until 2035."

Another UN Worker in Gaza Helping Hamas

"Over the past year, we uncovered a number of incidents in which UN workers took advantage of their positions to assist terror organizations in the Gaza Strip."

Elor Azaria Begins His Prison Term

Azaria will wait in prison for the disposition of his request for a pardon from IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eizenkot.

Rivlin Tells OAS Leader ‘Israel is Committed to Peace’

President Rivlin spoke of "the need to build bridges and confidence between the Jews and Arabs of this region."

Incoming Tourism Continues to Rise Over 2016, 2015

"This revolution in tourism . . . is making a great contribution to the Israeli economy and the jobs market."

Citation For Off-Duty Soldier Who Shot Salomon Family Murderer

“We did our civil duty as everyone would have, but we would prefer to turn back the clock and bring back our beloved neighbors."

Cape Verde Denies Instruction Not to Vote Against Israel at UN

Diplomatic sources said there was significant Arab pressure on African states not to strengthen ties with Israel.

Israel Marks ‘International Day of Indigenous People’

On language alone, our ancient ties have lasted from antiquity straight through to this day, both in speech and in the written word.

North Korea Crosses Red Line, Can Fit Miniaturized Nuke in Missile Warhead

Trump: "My first order as President was to renovate and modernize our nuclear arsenal."

Watch Israeli Air Strikes Target Hamas in Gaza

Arab sources said Israeli fighter pilots carried out six air strikes in northern Gaza.

Precious: Hamas Prisoners Suing Israel’s Security Minister in High Court of Justice

Hadar Goldin's father, Simcha, said the Red Cross's request on behalf of the Hamas prisoners "is a demonstration of hypocrisy, falsity and inhumanity."

Prime Minister: ‘Niv is a Hero, Stopped and Prevented Massive Disaster’

"The real answer lies in our courage and willingness to fight against these murderers and those who dispatch them."

Netanyahu Offers Condolences to Family of Apache Pilot, Wishes Speedy Recovery to Navigator

"We know the scale of pain," said Netanyahu, who knows what it's like to lose a family member in the military.

Compassionate Donor Helps NGO Buy Field to Grow Food for Needy Israelis

"This land is one of the only fields in Israel where produce is grown specifically for this purpose, and it's the only field that has a greenhouse to grow staple vegetables."

Israeli Aid Teams Fighting Fire in Macedonia

A 22-member delegation was sent by the Jewish State to battle the flames, which began last week.

Gaza Terrorists Fire Rocket Attack at Southern Israel

At least one of the rockets may have landed in the Mediterranean Sea just outside the city of Ashkelon.

Muslim-Majority Guinea, Senegal Send Ambassadors to Jerusalem

The Togolese president wrote in the guest book at the prime minister’s residence: “I am dreaming of Israel’s return to Africa and Africa’s return to Israel.”

Netanyahu Blasts Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz for Undermining Him

“There are 40 people who voted in favor of a bill to close the newspaper Yisrael Hayom and they are accusing me of bribery and breach of trust? Is anyone investigating them?"

Congressional Delegations Say Bipartisan Support for Israel is Strong

“We’re here because the United States and Israel are partners for peace and partners for security."

Elor Azaria to Enter Prison on Wednesday

Azaria requested a deferral pending his application for a pardon by IDF Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Gadi Eizenkot.

Israel’s Lone Rightwing TV Channel Fined for Ignoring the Reform

Channel 20's operating license specifies that it must provide an appropriate platform for all the Jewish denominations, although it is yet to be seen if the heritage channel would be similarly punished for not allowing Israeli Karaites, Samaritans, or Jews for Jesus a platform of their own.

Liberman’s Lieutenant Indicted for Bribes

Kirschenbaum often asked, spurred or demanded from other public officials, heads of public bodies, directors of associations and private individuals to work together with her to realize her improper goals and to conceal them."

NGO: Israel Revokes Citizenship of Eastern Jerusalem Arabs

The report includes interviews with eight Arab families, "victims" of Israel's aggressive policy, the most glaring of which is with Abed Dawiat, who committed the official first act of terror of the lone-wolf intifada.

Bank Mizrahi-Tefahot Partially Opens Despite Continued Workers’ Strike

Labor negotiations broke down after it was learned a merger is being discussed with Union Bank of Israel.

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