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Netanyahu’s Modest Proposal: Sell 9 Million Israelis to Scientific Research

"The interest of global companies is very great. I have already met with many of them. They all want to come here, and rightly so. They see this as a new direction."

New Higher Education Code: No Politics, No Calls for Boycott

The code also prohibits discrimination against faculty in hiring and in promotions based on their politics.

Israeli Privacy Protection Authority Investigating Facebook

The authority says it will investigate whether personal data of Israeli citizens was illegally used in a way that infringes upon their right to privacy and the provisions of the Israeli Privacy Law.

Future Murky for Elderly Olim in Hotel Slated for Jerusalem US Embassy

As the building is set to become part of the US Embassy in June 2020, the residents will have to move out.

PA: An Educated Terrorist Is our Best Customer

Terrorists prisoners continue their academic studies, defying the decision of the Israeli government.

Israel Defense Ministry: New US Aid Agreement May Crush Israeli Firms

Every U.S. dollar of foreign aid must be spent on items from U.S. companies. Israel may seek an amendment to the agreement under the new American administration.

Twitter Shares Plummet After Threat of Lawsuit by Israel

“Terrorist organizations such as Hamas and Hezbollah have moved to Twitter instead of Facebook,” said Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.

Former Mossad Chief: Attack on Syrian Nukes Began in Total Systems Failure – We...

Former Mossad chief Tamir Pardo recommends curbing the enthusiasm and praise over the disclosure of details about the operation that destroyed the nuclear reactor in Syria – and criticizes Military Intelligence.

High Court Takes Off Gloves, Warns Bedouin Councils: Collect Property Taxes or Lose Funding

Following a Regavim petition against Bedouin councils which never collected property taxes, the High Court rules if there is no collection by August, a parallel amount will be deducted from the councils' state funds.

Report: Israeli Bureaucracy Might Delay US Embassy May 14 Move

It's supposed to be the crowning glory of Israel's 70th anniversary celebrations, but Israeli bureaucracy may be delaying the inauguration of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

‘Divine Cleaning Team’ at the Western Wall Busy on the Job

Twice a year the Rabbi of the Western Wall oversees collection of "God's Mail" in order to make way for the next half-year's onslaught to come.

Rare Dead Sea Scroll on Display in Jerusalem

In order to protect the scroll, which is indescribably fragile, it has been encased in a special "smart glass" viewing box that minimizes exposure to light.

Elon Musk Tells Netanyahu ‘Negev is Israel’s Energy Future’

"You could spread solar systems here [in the Negev] that would give you more energy than you need or could need. Clean energy," Elon Musk told Netanyahu.

Israel Begins to Clear the Qasr al Yahud Baptism Site of Deadly Remnants of...

Both private church compounds and open areas will be swept and cleaned, a process that should take about a year to complete.

Bad News: 2017 Data Show Dramatic Drop in Construction Starts

During the same period in 2016 there were 13,829 new apartment starts, reflecting a 26.3 percent decline over a 12-month period.

Multi-Million Dollar Fraud in Israel’s Education Ministry

18 suspects, including senior Education Ministry officials, were detained on suspicion of fraudulently receiving funds in excess of 20 million shekel ($5.8 million).

Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman Set to Travel to Africa

This will be the first official visit by an Israeli defense minister to the continent in decades.

Update: Jerusalem Terror Stabbing Victim in ‘Very Serious’ Condition, Gag Order on Probe (video)

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan praised the police officers who responded so quickly, killed the attacker and prevented more injuries.

Israel to Get Shorter Working Week

Israelis currently work among the highest number of hours among OECD member nations.

Israel is First Country to Grant Health Ministry ‘Medical Device’ Certification for Cannabis Vaporizer

Kanabo has also initiated pre-clinical trials on its first patented formula to test its efficacy in treating sleep disorders.

Report: US, Regional Intelligence Watching North Korean Military Buildup in Syria

The Washington Free Beacon reported the US is monitoring reports that North Korea is helping President Bashar al-Assad rebuild Syria's chemical and other weapons at an underground military base.

Natan Sharansky Credits Prize for Kibbutz Galuyot to Wife Avital, Aliya Activists, Prisoners of...

"This prize also goes to [wife] Avital and to all the Aliyah activists and Prisoners of Zion in the Soviet Union who fought valiantly for the right to immigrate to Israel."

Time to ‘Spring Forward’ in Israel

It's that time of year again in Israel ... Daylight Savings Time has arrived in the Jewish State.

Former Prisoner of Zion Natan Sharansky Wins Israel Prize for Aliya

Prior to Aliya in 1986 Sharansky was best known for his time in Soviet prisons after his arrest in 1977.

Hanegbi Confirms Qatari-Israeli Diplomats Discussing Ways to Improve Life in Gaza

Last week, Qatar attended the Gaza Conference hosted by the White House, as did Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, and Israel.

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