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Israel’s Netanyahu Cancels Meeting with German FM Gabriel

"The prime minister won't meet with those who lend legitimacy to organizations that call for the criminalization of Israeli soldiers."

Jerusalem Business Development Coming Soon to a Storefront Near You

A new business mapping initiative looks to gather input from Jerusalem residents and those who work in the city, and connect local supply with local demand.

Ayelet Shaked Appoints First Female Qadi

Many Arab Muslim scholars disagree with women's qualification to be Qadis.

Israel’s Pres. Rivlin Closes Holocaust Remembrance Day With Opposition to Le Pen in France

"We demand self-examination from of all those who helped carry out the extermination program," Rivlin said. Le Pen denies responsibility for French deportations of Jews to death camps.

Israeli Tour Group Still Scheduled to Tour North Korea as Pyongyang Marks 85th Anniversary...

Israel has warned it will be impossible to assist anyone who finds themselves in difficulty in Pyongyang.

‘Unto Every Person There Is A Name’ – Israel’s Knesset Remembers the Six Million

The father of the PM's father-in-law pursued his son to the train station in Warsaw and tried to convince him to stay in Poland, but Shmuel was insistent. He alone survived.

Netanyahu Recalls Own Family’s Holocaust Survivors

'Dozens of relatives who perished; may their memories be blessed.'

‘Americans for Peace Now’ Stay in America this Summer, Fearing Israeli Travel Ban

Good for you, disinterested, bored, couldn't-care-less Israeli foreign office officials, keep up the absence of good work!

Mattis in Israel: Iran Still Nuclear Threat, Assad Harboring Chemical Weapons

'I think it's important that we remind ourselves that if good people don't band together then bad people can do a lot of damage in this world. '

Dr. Patch Adams Wins 2017 Danielle Prize in Jerusalem

“Being a good doctor is more than just understanding the science of medicine," said President Rivlin.

Israel Security Agency ‘Celebrates’ Independence Day Early

"We have a very significant responsibility in defending the State of Israel ... and in upholding democracy."

Orthodox Lawmakers Prepare to Fight Supreme Court’s Sabbath Ruling

Orthodox parties are working on new legislation to protect the Sabbath in Israel.

US Defense Secy James Mattis Arrives in Israel

Secretary Mattis is in Israel for a two-day visit.

Israeli Students’ Duchifat-2 Small Satellite Launched by NASA

The students will study the data beamed from the orbiting Cubesats at the Herzliya Science Center.

Despite Haredi Outcry, Supreme Court Ruling Cuts Number of Businesses Open on Shabbat

Haredi coalition partners demand broader interior ministry authority over Shabbat laws.
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Netanyahu: Obama Warned Me Against Sending Troops into Gaza

Netanyahu argued that his aim at the time was to avoid that war as much as he could, and should there be a war, to keep the cost in lives to a minimum.

Israel Warns Citizens on North Korea: Stay Away from Danger Zone!

Silly Israelis are still going ahead with their plans, even with an extra warning from the Foreign Ministry.

Plans to Renovate Ancient Harbor at Caesarea

Two foundations will donate more than NIS 100 million to join with the government in the project to bring the past to life.

Israel Dismantles Illegal EU-Funded Arab Encampment

It's not the first time the European Union has aided and abetted illegal Arab construction.

Trump to Host Palestinian Authority’s Abbas on May 3 [video]

Arab media are warning the U.S. will lean on Abbas to end salaries to terrorists and their families, in and out of jails, and in Gaza.

Supreme Court Rules Israeli Service Employees Must Work on Shabbat

'The State of Israel is not Jewish without observing Shabbat and not democratic without observing the law.'

U. Haifa, Rambam Medical Campus Plan 20-Story Medical Research Tower

The medical research tower will be built on the medical campus of Rambam Hospital and is aimed at advancing the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.

Ayelet Shaked: Not Moved By Terrorists’ Hunger Strike

"If they want to hunger strike, that's their problem."

Israeli Universities to Offer Segregated Classes to Lure Haredim

Separate classes for male and female students already exist in some colleges, university preparatory programs and a dedicated campus within Bar-Ilan University.

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