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Revealed: Civil Administration Recommended Legalizing Hundreds of Jewish Homes But Justice Ministry Refused

In almost all the Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria where the Blue Line Team has worked, perfectly legal Jewish homes were turned illegal and subject to demolition decrees overnight – to the delight of anti-Zionist groups such as Peace Now.

Israel to Receive More F-35 Stealth Fighters

Israel expects to take delivery of another two F-35 jets sometime in October.

Watch Netanyahu’s Tightlipped Statement on Meeting in Sochi

“The victory over ISIS is welcome,” Netanyahu said. “The entry of Iran is not welcome, it endangers us."

19 Israelis to Lose Citizenship Over ISIS Membership

The Knesset has passed a bill allowing revocation of citizenship of any Israeli found to be a member of a foreign terrorist organization.

MKs Glick, Mualem-Refaeli Denied Entry to Temple Mount

The police officer told them he was carrying out an order from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and asked Glick not to be “provocative.”

Netanyahu, Putin Discuss Sobibor, and Iranian Bases in Syria

Netanyahu thanked Putin in their joint news conference “for the pensions agreement, which benefits citizens of both countries."

Netanyahu Meets US Bi-Partisan Congressional Delegation

Netanyahu thanked his guests for their strong support for Israel and the group discussed security challenges in the region and economic opportunities between the US and Israel.

Liberman Hell Bent on Demolishing Gush Etzion Neighborhood

"All of us, members of Habayit Hayehudi, residents of Judea and Samaria, and representatives of the party in the rest of the country, have been watching with shock the cynical moves of Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman against the residents of Sde Boaz in Gush Etzion."

Government to High Court: New Regulation Act Saves 3,500 Homes, Meets International Law Criteria

The government's response was submitted by attorney Harel Arnon, after Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit had refused to represent the government in this case.

Russian Ambassador: Assad Is Israel’s Best Bet

"Most of the opposition representatives are Islamists and they told us openly that the first thing they would do when they are in charge would be to declare war on Israel."

Agricultural Pest Threatens Israeli Exports to European Union

Historically, the moth has been found mainly in Africa, but in recent years has caused increasing damage in Israel as well.

Unemployment Hits New Lows

“I wouldn't like to see a reality where a husband or wife gets up in the morning and they don’t have a job to go to," Kahlon said.

Israel to Profit NIS 22B From Natural Gas in Coming Decades

“All this would of course have remained under the sea if various opponents were successful,” Netanyahu said. “But they failed."

Netanyahu: Heads of Mossad, National Security Council Also Will Meet With Putin in Sochi

“I will discuss with him Iran's accelerated attempt to establish military bases in Syria," Netanyahu said.

Defense Ministry Allocates NIS 5.5M for Beit El Security Fence

The new security fence will separate the old Route 60 connecting Ramallah with Jelazoun, from Beit El’s western neighborhoods.

High School Students Sent By Manpower Agency to Help Expel Yitzhar Families

Many of the youths were assigned to participate in the expulsion process and were told to help pack family belongings. They refused to participate with the expulsion.

Report: North Korea Sent Shipments to Syria’s Chemical Weapons Program

The panel is also investigating cooperation between Syria and North Korea on Syrian Scud missile programs, and surface-to-air missile defense systems.

Netanya Deputy Mayor Arrested on Suspicion of Bribery

His arrest came roughly six months after police recommended that Netanya Mayor Miriam Feirberg be indicted for bribery, fraud and breach of trust.

Israel Bans Palestinian Authority Curriculum for Girls’ School in Al-Aqsa Mosque

The school was inspected and items were confiscated during the riots on and outside the Temple Mount in mid-July.

Tel Aviv–Jerusalem High-Speed Train Passes First Test Ahead of April 2018 Opening

The new, high-speed railway has been criticized by the political left and the Palestinian Authority for passing through about 4 miles of Judea and Samaria, most of it through tunnels.

6 Religious-Zionist Girls’ High Schools in Israel’s Education Ministry’s Top 10

The high schools at the bottom of the list in terms of their students' eligibility for a matriculation certificate include eight Arab and two Haredi institutions.

Danon Slams UNHRC Progress on Blacklist Against Israel as ‘Expression of Modern Anti-Semitism’

“Instead of focusing on the terrible humanitarian problems plaguing the globe, the Human Rights Commissioner is seeking to harm Israel."

Sheikh Ra’ed Salah’s Remand Extended Till Thursday

Salah was arrested last week in connection with a sermon he delivered that police say constituted incitement.

Israel Expresses ‘Shock’, Condemns Terror Attack in Finland

The terrorist in Finland deliberately targeted women in the attack although it is not clear why.

Spillover Gunfire from Sinai Hits Southern Israel

Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorist organization has been locked in an internal power struggle with Salafi factions for nearly a decade.

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