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Tel Aviv Train Service Resumes Thursday

The daily commute in Tel Aviv has been a complex affair due to construction for the city's new Light Rail.

Justice Danziger to Retire in a Year, Tipping Court Balance Rightward

Danziger sided with Mustafa Dirani, kidnapper of IAF navigator Ron Arad, who wanted to sue Israel for his harsh interrogation.

Sea Knight Fleet to Protect Israel’s Coast [video]

The IDF will use the vessels to patrol the Gaza coastline and to help defend southern Israel in times of war.

Knesset Gives Preliminary Approval to Two ‘Muezzin Laws’

'Hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens in Galilee, the Negev, Jerusalem, and other areas in the center of the country routinely and daily suffer from the noise of the Meuzzin cries in the mosques.'

Best Ever February for Foreign Tourism in Israel

25% Increase in the first two months of 2017 compared with Jan-Feb 2016.

President Rivlin Asking Boris Johnson to Send the Queen Over

It's doubtful the Royals would set foot on Jerusalem's soil any time soon, especially not on the anniversary of their country's promise to establish a homeland for the Jews.

Duma Arson Suspect in Isolation over Shabbat Observance Dispute

Amiram Ben Oliel will likely argue that the torture and isolation, approved by the AG and the high court, were the reason for his confession, which he claims was forced and untrue.

Israeli Businessman Murdered in Tbilisi, Georgia

The victim was attacked in his rental apartment, his head was broken with a hammer and the attackers escaped with two thousand dollars.

IDF Displays Weaponry Seized Overnight in Judea and Samaria

Security forces have uncovered a terror cell responsible for ordering weapon parts via the internet.

Report: Bennett Ultimatum to Netanyahu – No Amona Relocation, No V15 Legislation

The bill was scheduled for a debate at the Knesset Committee, but was withdrawn at the last-minute due to objections from Habayit Hayehudi.

Reports: Jordanian Kingdom’s Collapse Imminent

On top of its strategic troubles, faced with the relentless threat of ISIS and the collapse of trade relations with both Syria and Iraq, Jordan continues to suffer from the unresolved core issue of identity.

Utilight to Launch Manufacturing Plant on Gaza Border

The company will invest close to $5.5 million in the new venture, with a $1.01 million investment from Economy Ministry Investment Authority.

Magen David Adom to Offer Arabic Courses for Volunteers

"Expanding our knowledge of languages opens up doors to understanding and contributes to an collaborative atmosphere."

New American Zionist Movement President Launches ‘Zionism Forward’

AZM represents American Zionists within the National Institutions of Israel and carries out activities in the US in cooperation with the World Zionist Organization.

US European Commander Tours IDF Defense Systems, Hamas Tunnel in Israel

EUCOMM Commander Scaparrotti emphasized the U.S. commitment to maintaining Israel's qualitative military edge in the region and defensive capacities.

Israeli Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman Arrives in Washington

DM Liberman arrived at the Pentagon at midday Tuesday for talks with US Defense Secy James Mattis. The top item on the agenda: Iran.

Russian B-List Leaders Meet MK Herzog in Moscow to Discuss Syria, PA

Herzog planned to 'reiterate Israel's demand to prevent at all cost transferring to Hezbollah weapons that had been provided to Syria, as well as to prevent Hezbollah from acquiring positions in the Syrian Golan heights.'

Knesset Holds Emergency Debate About US Anti-Semitism

"Despite our long-standing practice of coming to the defense of threatened Jewish communities, when it comes to the United States, we are silent."

Military Prosecution Appeals Elor Azaria’s ‘Light’ Sentence

The prosecution told the court on Tuesday that a harsher sentence would deliver a clear and unambiguous message regarding the moral principles tied to the verdict.

Israel Beats Taipei 15-7 Picking Second Win in World Baseball Classic

Taipei scored three runs in the sixth, cutting Israel's lead to 6-3, but Taipei's bullpen fell apart in the top of the seventh, allowing five Israeli runs.

2,000 Year Old Road Excavated near Bet Shemesh

'The ancient road passed close to the Israel National Trail and we believe that it will spark interest among the hikers.'

Arab Stabs Jewish Man Near Gush Etzion Tunnels Checkpoint

The man, about 40, received treatment for a stabbing wound in his upper body.

MK Hazan Drills Arab MKs on Logical Inconsistency

MK Hazan suggested in no uncertain way there was no such thing as a "Palestinian nation," only a cluster of terrorists using the term as a unifying name.

Knesset Gives Preliminary Approval to Religious Sanctions on Recalcitrant Husbands in Prison

'The bill is intended to authorize the rabbinical courts to levy these limits on get refusers sitting in prison, in order to persuade them to release their wives from the chains of their Aguna status.'

Building Bridges with a Net

Mamanet is based on cachibol – as in catch-a-ball – and resembles the 'catching' version of volleyball known to some as netball or newcome.

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