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Three and a Half Months into the Conflict, PM Netanyahu Visits the Gaza Strip...

The PM did not offer an explanation as to why he had chosen not to order stopping those incendiary weapons before an estimated 6,000 acres had gone up in smoke.

Jewish American Schools Asking Israel for Financial Support

Tuition in Jewish American schools has reached $40,000 a year per child.

Netanyahus Attend World Cup Semi-Final

Back in June, President Putin invited both PM Netanyahu and PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to attend the July 15 final in Moscow.

Civil Rights Group: Shaked’s Polygamy Recommendations Reward Criminals

Netanyahu called it "a huge industry that provides an incentive to bring women from Jordan and Saudi Arabia."

Israel to Expand Personal Gun Licensing Criteria to Include More Citizens

Some 40,000 people are expected to apply under the expanded eligibility rules.

2,000-Year-Old, Intact Pottery Vessels Salvaged in Cave on Lebanese Border

Archaeologists slid the vessels on ropes 30 yards down a sheer cliff.

Is It Time to Stop Fasting on the 17th of Tamuz?

It appears that in order to revoke an ancient law such as the fast of Tamuz 17, there really has to be a major consensus among all of us that the time of joy and gladness is here again.

Netanyahu: Renewed US Sanctions, State-Run Terrorism, Behind Iran’s Economic Collapse

"Iran is investing billions of dollars in financing terrorism in the region and around the world, and in aggression in the region, instead of investing them in the Iranian people."

Civil Service Commission to Declare Employment Preferences for IDF, National Service Veterans

The new civil service policy intends to replace the need for legislation, the Civil Service Commission announced.

Report: Egypt Drafting Comprehensive Deal for Israel, Hamas

Al-Akhbar cites sources in Hamas that reject the free harbor idea if it includes continued Israeli inspections.

Pres. Rivlin Sends ‘Message of Peace’ with Britain’s Prince William to Abbas

“One day you will be King of England, and I hope you will visit Israel once again with your wife and children."

Prince William ‘Profoundly Moved’ By Visit To Yad Vashem

"I am honoured that my own great grandmother is one of these Righteous Among the Nations."
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Netanyahu Folds on Splitting Public Broadcaster for Fear of Losing Eurovision

The split was part of Likud's efforts to cut down on leftwing voices in Israel's public channels, or as Culture Minister Miri Regev put it at the time: "Why set up a new broadcasting corporation if we don’t control it?"

Chief Rabbinate Approves Severing Kashrut Supervisors’ Reliance on Businesses They Monitor

The Rabbinical Council concluded its statement with a last-ditch effort to eliminate much of its decision, insisting that it "views the operation of the kashrut system by the religious councils as the correct alternative."

Netanyahu Promoting IDF Draft Bill, Unafraid of Haredim, Elections

Netanyahu told the three Haredi coalition leaders at the meeting, who insist they oppose the draft law in its present form: "I do not want new elections, but I'm not afraid of elections, and if there are elections, I'll do fine."

Netanyahu’s ‘Water for Iran’ Video a Huge Hit in the Islamic Republic

"We are wishing them (the Israelis) death, and they bless us with life," one Iranian surfer commented. "I am ashamed to be an Iranian."

Bank of Israel: Genius Finance Minister Killing Home Construction, Raising Rents

Back in August 2017, after the High Court of Justice had revoked his tax on buying a third apartment, Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon expressed deep disappointment and vowed: "We will continue to fight against the investors."

Netanyahu: Israel to Pump Desalinated Water into the Kinneret

And so, Israel once again claims the role of the world's Desali-Nation, utilizing a process that extracts mineral components from saline water.

PA, BDS, Score Media Win by Death Threat, with Argentine Cancellation of Jerusalem Game

On Sunday, PA Soccer Federation Chairman Jibril Rajoub called on Arab and Muslim sports fans to burn pictures and shirts of Messi if he attended the friendly match with Israel.

Israel Sends ‘Immediate Aid’ After Guatemala’s Deadly Volcan de Fuego Erupts

At least 62 people were confirmed dead by early Tuesday and a total of two million people were affected in what is being called the biggest eruption of the volcano in 40 years.

Likud Minister to Run for Jerusalem Mayor Without Bibi’s Nod

Rumor has it Netanyahu cherishes Elkin's help as Russian translator during his visits with President Vladimir Putin, and just doesn't want to start looking for a replacement.

Israeli Health Ministry Weighing Criminal Sanctions Against Samaria Vaccine Refusers

In the settlement of Itamar Health Ministry officials have encountered resistance even when the vaccine was intended to prevent the infection of neighbors.

Netanyahu Mourns Fallen Soldier, Warns Iran, Hamas

"We are working to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons. At the same time we are working against the establishment of an Iranian military presence against us."

Arab Students Remained Seated at Education Ministry Event while Everyone Stood for Hatikva

They did not expect the Arab school staff and students to sing the Hatikva, but they could at least respect the national anthem by standing up and not remain seated while the anthem was playing.

AG: In Israel, If You Want to Be a Cohen – You’re a Cohen,...

When same-sex couples approach the Interior Ministry with a request for one spouse to take on his/her spouse's name Cohen or Levy, "they encounter difficulties and even refusal."

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