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State Comptroller Fines Habayit Hayehudi, Party Faces ‘Existential’ Deficit

The Comptroller noted that he initially wanted to fine the faction $540,000, but decided to lower the amount to $165,000 in recognition of its already mounting financial troubles.

Netanyahu: ‘Here’s What Makes the Righteous So Exceptional’ (video)

Netanyahu attended the dedication of a plaque honoring diplomats who saved Jews during the Holocaust.

Preparing for the “First Northern War”

The ministers are to discuss deployment of the IDF and preparation for a possible war on the northern front in the Syrian and Lebanese sectors.

PM Netanyahu Met in Davos with Walmart Exec to Pitch Israel

Israeli economic adviser Avi Simhon said the prime minister would “ease regulatory burdens wherever possible to make the market more accessible."

Justice Minister to Radical Former Chief Justice: Your Path Leads to the Tyranny of...

Shaked's new legislation is liable to undo Barak's quarter century of cleverly intertwined precedent rulings and wrest from the hands of the justices a great deal of misappropriated power.

Cabinet Approves Havat Gilad as Recognized Community

Netanyahu: Whoever thinks that through the reprehensible murder of a resident of Havat Gilad, a father of six, that he can break our spirit and weaken us, is making a bitter mistake.

Police Recommend Indictment of Likud Welfare Minister

The investigation was conducted by the Police major crimes unit Lahav 433, the money laundering and terror financing prevention authority, and the economic department of the state attorney's office.

PLO Votes to ‘Disengage’ From Israel

"The Executive Committee also decided to ... suspend the recognition of the State of Israel."

Germany: We Alone Are to Blame for Holocaust

“Anti-Semitic statements are overflowing the internet channels in Poland, [and] they have become present on the main stream media too."

Israel Installs Tsunami, Earthquake Early Warning Systems

Early warning systems for tsunamis are also crucial in order to protect power stations in Tel Aviv and Ashkelon, and desalination plants, that could be damaged.

Israel Offering Financial Assistance to Entrepreneurs for Hotel Construction

"We are working to expand hotel room supply by offering financial assistance to entrepreneurs and approving grants for hotel construction."

Israeli, Russian Diplomatic & Security Teams Meet in Jerusalem

The talks focused on security coordination and cooperation in the fight against global terrorism.

Liberman Warns Lebanon Will Join Israel in Bomb Shelters If Hezbollah Launches Attack

"If people in Tel Aviv are in bomb shelters, then they will also be in shelters in Beirut. This has to be clear to the other side."

Haredi Parties Want Constitutional Right to Learn Torah

"This basic law seeks to anchor the right of those who wish to dedicate themselves to a meaningful period of Torah study to the removal of other obligations ... such as security service and voluntary national service.

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."

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