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Frenkel Emergency Medical Center Opens at Yad Sarah in Jerusalem

"It is our hope that this place will become a leader and model in the quality of service that it provides to the public."

Jerusalem Police Bans Four Species from Temple Mount – They ‘Harm the Status Quo’

"In the framework of the rules of the Temple Mount, in accordance with the status quo in the area, ritual activity with overt external features, including the four species, is forbidden."

Medtronic Medical Equipment Giant Opening R & D Centers in Jerusalem, Yokneam

The center in Jerusalem will focus its efforts on brain monitoring, and the one in Yokneam will be working on big data for medicine.

Israel to Host Giro D’Italia Cycling Race, First Time Event Held Outside Europe

"We are very proud... Today the situation in Europe has many similarities to what happened at the time of my grandfather."

Red Alert Siren to be Tested in Jerusalem Suburb

The test is a routine part of national readiness preparations and is not being held in response to any particular security event.

Israeli Bible Race Rejects Marathon Group’s Boycott Arguing False Claim

Unlike the Greek Marathon, commemorating the run of a messenger to announce the victory of the Greek army over the invading Persians, the Israeli Bible Marathon commemorates a terrible defeat of the Israelites in the hand of the Philistines.

Zionism Has Never Encouraged Religious Violence, Says Pakistan-Israel Alliance Founder

“Muslims are living in peace and harmony under Israeli law and there are about 400 Mosques in Israel, which are protected by the Jewish state,” Dahri wrote.

Arabs Attack Bus Filled With Israeli School Girls in Jerusalem

"Jewish traffic, usually with funerals, is very slow, so they are like sitting ducks."

Large Terror Attack Foiled in Jerusalem

The alert warned the suspect was planning a significant terrorist attack to be carried out in Jerusalem, possibly as early as Thursday night.

Police Raid Offices of Beit Shemesh Municipality, Arrest Official

Police suspect that a tender was published a year ago by the local municipality, and the investigation has so far shown that a council member skewed the terms of the tender to favor one particular company.

High Court Rules Israel’s ‘Conscription Law’ is Unconstitutional

"It is no longer enough to make do with non-binding and non-enforceable arrangements whose outcome is unknown.”

Israel to Punish Amnesty International for Boycott Campaign

Kahlon said the ministry would use "any and all means at its disposal. . . against any organization that undermines the State of Israel or IDF soldiers."

Foreign Ministry Celebrates Jerusalem Sovereignty with New Year Reader

"I had not moved away even one step, but someone pulled at my sleeve and asked me to join the minyan. I put on a hat and joined them for the Mincha prayer. I had arrived."

US Embassy Officials, Israelis Remember 9/11

Nearly three thousand people died in the attack, which involved 19 Al Qaeda hijackers on four commercial passenger airlines.

Jewish Singer, Family Narrowly Escape Arab Lynch Mob in Jerusalem’s A-Tur Section

“At first the officers took my gun. . . But they returned it right away after they learned what had happened.”

Hundreds of Greek Orthodox Protest ‘Judaization’ of Western Jerusalem

It is disturbing that the Arab protesters, many of whom are Israeli citizens, call the sale of church land to Jews in "green line" Israel an attempt to "Jewify" this territory.

Clueless and Culturally Biased, JPost Calling for Jerusalem Chief Rabbi’s Resignation

The JPost couldn't help themselves, despite their attempt to come across as the rational side in this debate, when they referred to Amar as the "so-called chief rabbi of Jerusalem."

597 Conservative Clergy to Netanyahu: Give Us Kotel Territory Or We’ll Trash Talk Israel

What's probably most stunning about the clergy's letter is that they demand that the Prime Minister defy the will of his elected coalition partners and impose rules to benefit some US tourists – and all of it in the name of democracy. One wonders if they understand the meaning of Democracy.

Israeli Consulate in Miami Closed, Emissaries Evacuated Ahead of Hurricane Irma

Israeli consular officials in Miami are preparing for a quick evacuation if the storm lives up to its reputation and hits the city as hard as predicted.

Jerusalem’s Begin Highway Completed at Last

The Begin Highway runs from north to south and is named after the late Prime Minister Menachem Begin.

Watch: Original IDF Paratroopers Who Liberated Temple Mount Arrive for Visit

The soldiers have not been back to the site as a group since its liberation in 1967.

Jerusalem Municipality to Add 176 Housing Units to Jewish Enclave at Heart of Jabel...

Israel's Supreme Court rejected an appeal from local Arab residents who had claimed some of the land belonged to them. Upon completion, the neighborhood will boast 480 apartments.

US Police Unity Tour Arrives in Israel

The Police Unity Tour was established in 1997 to honor police who fell in the line of duty in the U.S. and Israel.

Jerusalem Shabbat Public Transportation Project in Danger of Closing

The main contributor to the project has ceased all his support, because of his own financial trouble.

Police Remove Arab Family from Reclaimed Jewish Home in Eastern Jerusalem

The land and the home belonged to Jews who lived there before the 1948 War of Independence, but as is the case in many other eastern Jerusalem homes, Arabs took control of the Jewish properties after harming the Jewish owners who fled in invading Jordanian Legion.

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