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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.

High Court Sides with Illegal Bedouin Settlers Cutting Off Ma’aleh Adumim from Jerusalem

The judges – Esther Hayut, Uzi Fogelman and Daphne Barak-Erez – favored the Bedouin cause and ordered the Civil Administration to show up in court by September 3 to respond to the claims of contempt.

UNRWA Brings Gaza Children to Visit Jerusalem

UNRWA representative Scott Anderson said the children, 84 of whom had never been out of Gaza before, were "over the moon" with excitement.

Hebron Man Arrested, Charged With Supporting ISIS

"The fact that the suspect lived until a short time ago on the outskirts of Jerusalem shows how great the danger is."

20,000 Jewish Visitors to Temple Mount So Far This Year

The record has been 20,060 Jewish visitors ascending to the Temple Mount within one year.

Arab Woman Prevents Jerusalem Terror Attack

The woman from Shuafat saw the man from Shuafat hide the knife as he got onto the bus...

US Delegation, UN’s Guterres to Arrive in Israel

While President Trump is doing what he can to promote a peace deal, the Arab League seems dedicated to sabotaging it.

Terrorists Bomb Israeli Observation Post Near Rachel’s Tomb

An Israeli policewoman fired two warning shots in the air as the terrorists approached the outpost.

President Rivlin’s Message to American Jewry After Charlottesville

"In the face of such evil, we stand now as we did then. With faith... As we say, 'be strong.'

High Court Rules Woman Can Serve as Director-General of State Rabbinic Courts

"It would have been great if this issue had been resolved amicably between the sides rather than by the court."

Expect Huge Blowout at the Kotel as WOW, Reform, Conservative, Blow Shofars

If Jews had the ability to ignore religious provocation when they saw one, we'd still have the Second Temple, if not the First.

Israelis Raise NIS 1M to Create Accessible Home for Policewoman Maimed by Terrorist

Cognitively, Tsippi is unimpaired. Physically, her life is a major challenge. Medically, she’s cleared to go home – but not to the home she once lived in.

Hamas Terrorist Payment Network Exposed in Jerusalem

Recipients included the mother of the terrorist who murdered Nachshon Wachsman in 1994.

Three Arab Jerusalemites Indicted for Security Offenses

Prosecutors have asked the court to extend the remand for all three suspects.

Natan Scharansky, Yad Vashem Speak Out on Anti-Semitism in Charlottesville, VA

"These is no place for such hate speech or violence in any democratic society."

Palestinian Authority Says ‘No Talks’ With Netanyahu

“We were on the verge of an agreement” with Olmert, the PA official said, “but eventually he had to resign over corruption.”
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Muslim Threw Concrete Block onto Israeli Police from Jerusalem Hospital Rooftop

The violent Muslim rioters were using the hospital as a sanctuary against arrest.

Turkey’s Erdoğan Promoting Tourism to Israel #ThyKudüseİndirimYap

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is calling on Muslims to visit the Al Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in solidarity.

Watch Female Arab Terrorist Attempt to Stab a Hassid in Jerusalem

The 29-year-old attacker holds a blue Israeli identity card and lives in the Jerusalem Arab neighborhood of Sur Baher.

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