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Israel Allowing Generators to Enter Gaza to Alleviate Electricity Crisis

In recent years, Israel set severe limits on importing generators to the Gaza Strip. In 2017 only nine generators were allowed in.

Polish Senate Passes ‘No Polish Death Camps’ Law

"In every town where there was an Aktion (German expulsion of the local Jews), the ghetto was surrounded by a mob that participated in a formal hunt on Jews, a hunt according to all the rules of hunting—with beaters or without them. Did many Jews perish at their hands? Countless ones!"

Israel Proposes $1B Plan to Rebuild Gaza at Emergency Meet with International Donors

Israel offered to provide technology and knowledge for the host of projects necessary to create new infrastructure for the enclave, but funding and materials must come from the international community.

Unemployment Rate in December 2017 Lowest Since 1970s

The unemployment rate for the entire year of 2017 was 4.2 percent, compared to 4.8 percent in 2016.

Netanyahu Corrects German Foreign Minister: Israel Will Control Security West of the Jordan, Two-State...

"We will control security west of the Jordan. Whether or not it’s defined as a state when we have the military control, is another matter. But I’d rather not discuss labels but substance.”

Israeli Ambassador to Russia Speaks Up Against ‘Polish Death Camps’ Law

"We’re working with the Russian state service for archives on a project titled ‘Every Person Has a Name,’" Koren said.

Amman Embassy Reopens Following Israeli Apology To Jordan

A staff of Israeli workers is back in Amman, mainly for maintenance and cleaning tasks, but no new ambassador has yet been appointed.

Irish Senate Mulls Bill Criminalizing Trade With Post-1967 Israeli Communities

If enacted, the law could create a serious dilemma for leading U.S. firms with Irish subsidies who will have to face a choice between violating Irish law or violating the U.S. Export Administration Regulations.

CyberTech TLV 2018 Opens in Tel Aviv

CyberTech TLV is the most important conference in the industry outside the United States.

Israel’s Mission to UN Hosts Gathering 30th Anniversary of March of the Living

"If we do not succeed in passing the torch of memory to future generations throughout the world, the lesson will not be learned.”

New Scanner at Allenby Crossing Due to Increase in Palestinian Authority Commercial Traffic

"The project that we are dedicating today is an example of small things leading to a big change. We have many plans for continued economic cooperation with the Palestinian Authority."

Netanyahu Warns Putin Israel Won’t Tolerate Iranian Bases in Syria, Weapons in Lebanon

“I made it clear to [President Putin] that we will not agree to either one of these developments and will act according to need."

Netanyahu to Putin: We Must Take Strong, Timely Stand Against Murderous Ideologies (video)

"The main lesson of the rise of the Nazis and ... their defeat, is that one needs to take a strong and timely stand against murderous ideologies."

Zionist Group Calls on State to Declare ‘Palestinian JNF’ a Terror Organization

UAWC has embarked on an operation to take over thousands of acres in strategic areas in Judea and Samaria under Israeli control, through planting thousands of trees.

Statistics Bureau: 186,500 Holocaust Survivors Lived in Israel in 2016

The Holocaust survivors population is aging, and its size is diminishing.

Putin, Netanyahu, to Honor Memory of Holocaust Jewish Victims

President Vladimir Putin and his guest Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will visit the Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow on Monday, TASS reported. "In...

Israeli Education Minister Orders Compulsory Course on Poles’ Collaboration with Nazis

The lesson plan reminds students that "even after the war, Jews encountered hostility from their former neighbors as they returned from the concentration camps ... The most famous case was the Kielce pogrom in Poland, in July 1946, during which the Poles murdered 42 Holocaust survivors who returned to the city."

‘Let’s Make a Deal’ in Davos: Israel, Croatia Agree on $500M Sale of Used...

"The two leaders [also] agreed to expand economic, security, water, agricultural, academic and tourism cooperation."

Netanyahu, Putin to Discuss Syria, Israeli Security in Moscow Talks

"I will discuss with him various regional developments, enhanced security coordination between the IDF and the Russian military forces in Syria."

Chief Rabbi Orders an End to Special Prayers for Rain

The rains of the last few weeks have improved the seasonal rainfall, and the rabbinate has changed its directive and ordered the chazan to no longer say the special prayer for rainfall.

Netanyahu Surrenders to Pressure, Will Allow Havat Gilad Status Debate in a Week

"The proposed decision prepared by the defense minister to regulate Havat Gilad farm is ready, and the Attorney General has already approved it. All that was left was to bring it to a vote in the cabinet."

Knesset Speaker: Netanyahu No Longer Sounds Like a Prime Minister

Edelstein has been mentioned as a candidate to replace Netanyahu as prime minister, should the latter be forced to resign following an indictment resulting from any of the five or six police investigations of his affairs.

Israel Demands Poland Reverse Law Outlawing Mention of ‘Polish Death Camps’ or Polish Complicity

The term "Polish death camp" was first used by Polish resistance fighter Jan Karski in a 1944 article that was titled "Polish Death Camp."

Netanyahu Says Israel is ‘Keeping the Holy Sites, Status Quo in Jerusalem’ (video)

“We’re keeping the holy sites and the status quo, and I want to stress that under any arrangement we have, we will always keep the status quo at the Temple Mount and all of the holy sites."

Israeli Ambassador Warns UN Security Council Iran Commands 82,000 Fighters in Syria

“We are releasing this classified information because it is vital for the world to understand that if we turn a blind eye in Syria, the Iranian threat will only grow.”

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