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How Changing Advertising Policy May Boost Future Jewish Settlements

If Arabic-language publications refuse to run your ad, they effectively bury your project, or at least are able to cause needless delays.

Arab City Founder Al-Masri Launches Harvard Kennedy School Program for PA Students

It's safe to say that had the PA Arabs had two or three additional operators of al-Masri's caliber they would have had their own state long ago.

Video: One Wounded in Stabbing near Jerusalem Mall

The stabber was shot and neutralized by security personnel.

Watch: Terrorist Documented Sabotaging Security Camera on Gaza Border

"This is part of a move led by the Hamas terrorist organization, in an attempt to disguise its terrorist efforts as civilian, while turning the fence area into a combat zone. "
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700 IDF Reservists Call on Liberman to Remove Violent Leftwing Activists from Judea, Samaria

"Permanent activists of Israeli anarchist organizations arrive every week to confront and clash with security forces in Judea and Samaria, inciting the populace and participating in setting up roadblocks and in violent disturbances."

Trending: Paraguay to Move Embassy to Jerusalem

Paraguayan President Horacio Cartes said he plans to complete the relocation before leaving office in June.

IDF Attacks Hamas Naval Targets in Gaza

The IDF hit six targets in response to repeated Hamas attempts to infiltrate into Israeli territory.

Series of Small Earthquakes Shake Dead Sea Region

The 3 earthquakes were on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea.
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Trump Saves a Billion Dollars on Jerusalem Embassy, May Come for the Opening Ceremony

Ambassador David Friedman told President Trump he could open the embassy for $150,000 in 3 months, instead of a billion dollars and in ten years.

Amnesty International Calling for Arms embargo on Israel over Gaza Riots

AI blames the IDF for its efforts to protect the civilian communities along the Gaza Strip from five consecutive mass riots which included firebombing, throwing stones, firing live ammunition, and flying kites with explosives.

Hundreds of Arab Rioters Tried to Burn Gaza Fence, Break into Israel

The rioters approached the fence, threw bombs, hand grenades and Molotov cocktails, as well as stones, and attempted to set the fence on fire.

On Counsel’s Advice Women Invited to Apply for Knesset Rabbi’s Post

The new tender is expected to omit the requirement for an ordination, and will require instead a bachelor's degree and a kashrut supervisor's certificate.

Heavy Rains Collapse Separation Wall, Reuniting Jerusalem

The Police asked the public avoid locations where security forces are carrying out weather-related operations, because it "could endanger the lives of the curious and interfere with the activity of the forces."

Body of Missing Teen Recovered, Tzafit River Flood Tragedy Death Toll Rises to 10

“The State of Israel grieves for the promising young lives that were cut off by the grave disaster in the Arava. We embrace, with pain, the grieving families, and pray for the speedy recovery of the wounded.”

Hainan Airlines Adds Third Direct Route to Israel, From Guangzhou to Tel Aviv

Roundtrip fares will start from $622 in tourist class, and $2582 in business class. The flight will last for almost 11 hours on Boeing Dreamliners.

UN Security Council Hears New Israeli Intel on Iran

Danon showed the Council a map, explaining, “This is Iran’s central induction and recruitment center in Syria.”

Newly-Confirmed Secy of State Pompeo to Arrive in Israel Next Week

Pompeo will also meet with Saudi and Jordanian leaders while he is in the region next week.

Massive Search for Missing Teen to Resume at Dawn, Suspended Overnight Due to Storm

Officials decided to temporarily stop the search due to the weather conditions and the risk to rescue forces, Israel Police Negev Region said.

Cleared for Release: Jerusalem Official Loses Daughter in Tzafit River Flood Disaster

Nine teens lost their lives in the tragedy. One teen is still missing. Fifteen are safe.

9 Israeli Students Dead, 1 Missing in Flash Flood

Twenty-five students were swept away by a huge wave as the roaring waters rushed into the riverbed.

Liberman to Arab Newspaper: If Iran Will Attack Us, We Will Hit Tehran

"If Assad fires at our aircraft, we will know how to send him a painful response and destroy his sources of fire no matter what, and we will not exclude him from our response."

Herzliya Conference to Ponder Iran, the Next War, Demise of 2-State

Are Israel and Iran on the brink of a confrontation? Is Israel ready for the next war? Are we seeing an emerging New World Order? If this is the end of the “Two-State Solution," what happens next?

Guy Niv, Guy Sagiv, Picked as First Israeli Cyclists in the Giro d’Italia

"Sure, we could have gone with a stronger team to the Giro," the team manager said, "but we know that between their continuous improvements, their proven mental grit and the backing of their teammates, they will do everything to make it through."

Pending Fight over Non-PC Views, Secretary of State Pompeo to Visit Israel Next Week

"When the most devastating terrorist attacks on America in the last 20 years come overwhelmingly from people of a single faith and are performed in the name of that faith, a special obligation falls on those that are the leaders of that faith."

Negev April Showers: Watch IDF Tank Pulling Another Tank Out of Flooded Ditch

The tank was successfully rescued and there were no casualties as a result of the incident, other than a few bruised egos.

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