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Israel Requests Michelin Assessment on Gastronomy Standing

The study is already in process, with a final report to be presented to the ministry by December 2017.

Thousands Mark Passing of Biblical Matriarch Rachel

The passing of Rachel is marked on the 11th day in the Hebrew month of Heshvan on the Jewish calendar.

Israel, New Zealand Ink Aviation Services Deal

The agreement is intended to set air links between the two nations, and includes operation of direct routes between Israel and New Zealand.

Australia’s Prime Minister Turnbull in Israel: ‘Long Schlep But Feels Like Mishpacha’

The Battle of Be'er Sheva caused the city to pass in 1917 from Turkish occupation to that of the British Mandate.

Sharansky to Jewish Agency Board of Governors at ‘Egalitarian’ Kotel: We’re Stuck

We have seen no progress on any of these issues since the government’s regrettable decision in June.

Stoning Attack in Northern Jerusalem

No one was physically injured but the train was damaged in the attack.

Inside the New Gateway to Jerusalem

“By 2026, we plan to build ... five more lines, 140 stations, 300 trains and 600 to 700,000 passengers per day."

Likud, Jewish Home Butt Heads over Immunity Bill

“It is not possible to interrogate a prime minister for every cigar; we are all committed to integrity, and no one will teach us what it is."

PM Netanyahu Recovering from Removal of Polyps

The prime minister is in "excellent health," according to a statement by Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem.

New Low: French Consulate in Jerusalem Awards ‘Human Rights’ Prize to Terrorist’s Proud Father

"This is an absurd situation that we are trying to prevent. The son committed murder and the father receives money and prizes."

US VP Mike Pence to Arrive in Israel for Hanukkah

Pence will assess the chances for a comprehensive peace deal in the region with Israel and the PA.

UTJ to Kill Greater Jerusalem Law Fearing Influx of Non-Haredi Voters

The Greater Jerusalem Law calls for applying Israeli sovereignty over all the towns and villages in the vicinity of Jerusalem, including the Gush Etzion communities, Ma'aleh Adumim, Givat Ze'ev and Beitar Illit.

Peleg Yerushalmi Protesters Attack Egged Bus

A 14-year-old girl was treated by MDA for injuries from the attack.

Glick Allowed to Visit Temple Mount with Son to Celebrate Upcoming Nuptials

Glick called the prime minister's approval of the visit "the best gift I could have received on the occasion of my son's wedding."

US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Visits Israel Thursday

Mnuchin met Wednesday in Riyadh with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Canada: George W. Bush Awarded Prize for Commitment to Israel and Jewish Nation

The prize acknowledges the winners’ efforts and contributions to reinforce Jerusalem’s status in the international arena as the undisputed capital of the Jewish nation.

Einstein’s Musings on Leading a Good Life Fetch $1,560,000 in Jerusalem Auction

In October 1922, Albert Einstein took a trip to Japan to deliver a series of lectures. While travelling from Europe to Japan he was...

Yad Vashem Uncovers 200,000 Previously Unknown Names of Hungarian Holocaust Victims

Some 600,000 Jews from Greater Hungary were murdered during the Holocaust.

Police Seize Illegal Weapons, Drugs, Cash in Eastern Jerusalem Raid

The suspect was arrested and brought for questioning at the Shafat station in Jerusalem on suspicion of possession of weapons and drugs.

MKs Begin Work Amid Investigations, Controversy, Criminal Investigations

MKs will debate laws to legalize the Jewish character of the state, and to limit the power of the Supreme Court.

Rivlin, Netanyahu Call for Bipartisan Teamwork, Netanyahu Attacked at Opening of Knesset Winter Session

"You ... turned the word ‘leftist’ to a synonym for ‘enemy,'” Zionist Camp MK Isaac Herzog accused the prime minister.

Police Arrest 51 Rioters in Eastern Jerusalem as Part of Neighborhood Improvement Operation

Meanwhile, municipal officials are being integrated into the operation in repairing the public light system, and removing garbage dumps and safety hazards.

Watch: Hundreds Participate in Hareidi ‘Day of Rage’

The demonstrations were sparked by the arrest of two yeshiva students who refused to appear at the IDF enlistment office.

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