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High Court Bars Business Owners from Paying Kashrut Inspectors’ Wages

The kashrut supervisors union strongly opposes the reform, fearing that an open and transparent pay method would adversely affect their income.
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IDF Spokesman Accusing B’Tselem of Staging Provocation

'There is a fundamental difference between photographing an event while it is happening and creating an event by arriving in the field with a camera. '

Stolen Antique Coins, Jewelry, Seized in Arab Village

Police archaeology unit investigators have estimated the value of the exhibits, from the Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Medieval periods, at tens of thousands of dollars.

Kahlon ‘Net Family’ Tax Cut Plan Passes Unanimously

“The Knesset today says in a clear voice to the working citizen that it also knows how to give, not just take."

Israel’s Nationality Bill Passes Preliminary Reading

If passed, the measure will become one of the Basic Laws of the country, with constitutional status.

FIFA Deletes Anti-Israel Resolution from Congress Agenda

The FIFA council decided it's simply “too early” for the congress to make a decision on such an issue.

Pipe Bombs Attack Prevented at IDF Military Court

It's impossible to know how many would have died and/or been injured if Israelis had not caught the terrorist at the checkpoint smuggling in those two bombs.

PA Security Force Pulls Weapons Off Streets Ahead of Trump Visit

More than 700 weapons were taken off the street by the Palestinian Authority security police in just one day alone; it's clear they know where the guns are.

Fires in Northern Negev, Samaria

Investigators have launched a probe to determine the cause of the flames; last year most fires were lit by arsonists.

FOUND: Have you seen Carlos Nicolas Rivamar?

Have you seen Carlos Nicolas Rivamar, last seen on May 1 at around 8 a.m. in Jerusalem?

Arab Media: Abbas Netanyahu Trump Plan Three-Way Summit

Abbas told Trump he would like to start the negotiations at the point where he and Olmert had parted way.

Bennett in Atlanta: Holocaust the Price We Paid for Not Having a State

There are an estimated 6,400 Lone Soldiers from 80 countries serving in the IDF today. About 880 of them are American.

Police Submit ‘PM’s Residences’ Criminal Dossier to State Prosecutor

The Prime Minister's wife has said that these were minor issues, and certainly not criminal.

Netanyahu Denies Adelson’s News App Story on US Embassy Move

The 360 story looks to be Sheldon Adelson's effort to influence both President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu on the Embassy relocation.

IDF Chief Prosecutor: I’m Openly Gay, Elor Azaria’s Conviction Was ‘Milestone of Justice’

Brigadier General Sharon Afek contributes to the debilitation of the IDF's ability to function as a fighting army.

Abbas Says He’s Willing to Meet Netanyahu — If Trump Is There

Abbas told Palestinian Authority and international media he is meeting with President Trump in Bethlehem.

Israel Launches Project to Protect Children on the Internet

The program will serve as a protective shield for Israel’s youth against bullying and sex offenses on the web.

Israeli Foreign Ministry Speaks with Turkey’s President Erdogan

The conversation, defined as a “clarification call,” was held at the request of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu Meets Dunford, Jewish War Heroes on V-E Day

"We must be capable, prepared and able to defend ourselves by ourselves against any threat. That is the lesson since the victory over Nazism.”

IDF Chief of Staff Awards Medal to US Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff

The two men have known each other for years, and during Eizenkot’s last visit to the U.S. he was presented with a similar medal by Dunford.

Western Wall is First Stop for Incoming US Ambassador to Israel David M. Friedman

Friedman begins his tour of duty just a week before the start of President Trump's historic two-day visit to Israel.

Evidence of World War I Battlefield Exposed East of Tel Aviv

Israeli students discovered rifle cartridges and shell fragments left by the British and Ottoman armies.

349,000 Tourists Visited Israel in April – Highest Figure Since 1948

Since January 2017, tourism has injected a record $1.67 billion into Israel's economy.

Foreign Ministry’s Civil Servants to Sabotage Trump’s Visit

The back story of this wildcat strike is the fact that the Histadrut, Israel's umbrella organization of trade unions, is in the midst of an election campaign.

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