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Israel to Share ‘Confidential and Secure’ Biometric Database with US

For the first time, Israel is willing to reach understandings with the United States over its fingerprint database, an agreement it rejected in the past.

IDF Steps Up Bedouin Recruitment Efforts

The number of Bedouins volunteering for IDF service currently stands at around 450 per year.

Mossad: Iran Still Tops Agency’s Agenda

Prime Minister Netanyahu saluted the Mossad operatives for their “bravery, professionalism, planning and execution.”

Israel Silent on Palestinian Authority Unity as Hamdallah Visits Gaza

“There is no such thing as a moderate Hamas," he said. "They are not abandoning the notion of violence against Israel."

Israel Innovation Authority: Israeli Economy Losing Momentum with Slow Hi-Tech Hiring

'If we do not act to leapfrog [non-hi-tech] industries forward – the gap between the hi-tech industry and traditional economy will only increase.'

Netanyahu Apologizes for ‘Regrettable Mistake’ at Yom Kippur War Memorial Ceremony

“The government that sent our sons to this war should be expected to send a minister to the ceremony,” said Eli Ben-Shalom, chairman of Yad L’Banim.

Hezbollah’s Nasrallah Urges ‘Non-Zionist Jews’ to Flee Israel

“Netanyahu and his government do not know how the war will end if they start one."

Deri, Bennett Lead Drive for Approval of Construction of Hezkiyahu Quarter in Hebron

The plan includes 31 housing units, as well as offices for social services, kindergarten and nursery facilities, and more.

Trump Advises Tillerson: Don’t Waste Time Talking to North Korea

"I told Rex Tillerson, our wonderful Secretary of State, that he is wasting his time trying to negotiate with Little Rocket Man."

Survey: Most Arab Citizens Have Positive Attitude to Israel

Israeli Arabs feel generally good in Israel, but “attitudes toward the institutions of the State of Israel are very critical.”

Australia, New Zealand Premiers to Visit Israel in Late October

Jerusalem recalled its ambassador to Wellington after New Zealand sponsored Security Resolution 2334; full ties were resumed in June.

Israel Jumps Eight Places in Global Competitiveness Index

Israel came in third in innovation, seventh in technological readiness; 11th in financial market development and 15th in business sophistication.

Israeli Agro Companies Fight Black Sigatoka Banana Fungus With Biotech

Genome editing technology involves targeted modifications in a cell’s DNA in order to develop a potentially safer and healthier product.

Netanyahu to IDF Rescue Team on Return From Mexico: Entire World Learning to Rely...

"True friendship is measured in moments of crisis ... we have a friendship in times of routine but we also have a friendship in time of emergency and it is perhaps the most important."

Israeli Scientists Warn Fever During Labor May Present Risk to Mother

Tel Aviv researchers say fever during labor triggered by bacterial infection may cause neonatal complications.

Retaliation for Interpol Stunt: Israel, Trump, Weighing Closure of DC PLO Office

A source in Ramallah noted that Abbas' internal political rivals, headed by Muhammad Dahlan, are much more likely to find themselves under an Interpol extradition order than Israeli officials.

Watch: Israel Celebrates Its Jubilee in Judea and Samaria

Celebrate together with the People of Israel as we mark a half-century since the liberation of Judea and Samaria.

Tamar Gas Field Resumes Flow of Energy to Israeli Customers

A crack in one of the pipes in the ventilation system disabled the natural gas pipeline for six days.

Israel Prepares Home of Har Adar Terrorist for Demolition

Riots broke out in nearby Biddu following the attack by Nimer Mahmoud Ahmad Jamal, 37, a resident of the village of Beit Surik.

Former IDF Soldier Elor Azaria’s Sentence Slashed by 4 Months

IDF Chief of Staff: “I found it appropriate to weigh considerations of kindness and mercy, taking into account his past as a combat soldier in the operational arena.”

Attorney Representing Victims of Terror: Interpol Membership for Palestinian Authority is ‘Travesty of Justice’

“Interpol ... member states will share sensitive information with Palestinian police, whose members have been accused of ... countless murders and heinous attacks."

Good News for Diabetics: Israeli Scientists Engineer Super Enzyme to Detect Glucose Levels

In addition to much clearer readings, the enzyme produces much quicker responses, thus lowering the test-taking time.

Naor Bars All Justices From Jubilee State Ceremony in Gush Etzion, But Far-Left Event...

Four thousand people from across most of the political spectrum are attending the historic event.

Iran Claims Kurdistan Referendum Was US-Israeli Conspiracy

Ali Akbar Velayati, a top advisor to Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, on Tuesday told Tehran Times that the US and the "Zionist regime...

Sen. Corker, Republican Friend of Israel, to Retire in 2018

Corker was one of the key supporters of the Taylor Force Act that cuts US economic aid to the Palestinian Authority until they cease payments to terrorists

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