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Another One Bites the Dust: Orthodox General Forced to Retire over Inanity

As Israel is facing a looming war along the borders with Lebanon and Syria, the IDF has forced out one of its most brilliant generals for the unauthorized possession of a washing machine, a souvenir assault rifle and spare parts.

Iran-North Korea Nuclear Collaboration is Israel’s Worst Nightmare, Says Expert

"North Korea is a nuclear state now. As far as Iran is concerned it isn’t too late."

Court Charges Would-Be Palestinian Authority Truck Terrorist

The terrorist intended to carry out a ramming attack against IDF soldiers at a bus stop in the central region.

Israeli National Military Exercise Set for Tuesday

The exercise was planned long in advance as part of the 2017 training drills.

Netanyahu on Bikur Cholim Visit to Rabbi Grossman in Migdal Ha’Emek

Rabbi Grossman, world-renowned for founding and leading Migdal Ohr educational institutions, is constantly on the go.

Takeoffs, Landings, at New Airport near Jordan Border Protected by 2.8 Mile Long, 98...

The new fence is being modeled after the security barriers along Israel's borders with Egypt and the Golan Heights.

Netanyahu: ‘We Will Bring Back our Sons, No Free Gifts’

By free gifts, the PM was referring to the fact that while Arab terrorists in Gaza are still holding on to the bodies of two IDF MIAs as well as two Israeli civilians who strayed across the border, they demand that Israel return the Arab terrorists' bodies.

Rivlin to Madrid Jewish Schoolchildren: ‘We Must Not Surrender to anti-Semitism, We Must Fight...

The President concluded by thanking the community for their warm welcome and said, “We are brothers, let us stand together.”

Israel Aerospace Industries Sells New Observation Satellite ‘Eros C’ to Private Equity Fund

The agreement stipulates that ISI will buy IAI's new observation satellite Earth Resources Observation Satellite (EROS), a series of Israeli commercial Earth observation satellites, designed and manufactured by IAI.

Ukraine Objecting to Moving Bones of Nachman of Breslov to Israel

The secret appeal was made by Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely (Likud), on behalf of Breslov Hasidism in Israel.

Chief of Staff Rejects Defense Minister’s Appeal for Azaria Pardon

About three weeks ago Azaria submitted a request to be pardoned by President Rivlin, writing it in a way that practically guaranteed that his plea would be rejected.

Netanyahu Tells UK Israel is ‘Beacon of Democracy’

The Islamic Republic is trying to establish a permanent military presence it Syria, along Israel's northern border, Netanyahu warned.

Foreign Diplomats Compete to Show Speed Against Israelis in Jerusalem

Sometimes global competition played out in Jerusalem is fun.

IDF Retrieves Gaza Terrorists Entombed in Israel Via Collapsed Terror Tunnel

During the course of the operation, five terrorist bodies were discovered within Israeli territory.

Bereaved Family Members of Terror Victims Launch Hunger Strike in Jerusalem to Force Security...

"After nearly two weeks ... you have not even bothered to come and hear our complaints... We call on you to pass the necessary changes to the budget."

Israeli, Cypriot, Greek Parliaments Sign Trilateral Cooperation Agreement

Israel, Cyprus and Greece are three democratic countries in a "challenging and complex region."

UK Chief Rabbi to Netanyahu: Attacking Zionism Is Attacking Jews

The PM, his wife, and Minister Miri Regev later met with British Jewish community leaders, and recalled the 100th anniversary of the Balfour declaration

State Asks High Court to Reject Arab NGO’s Petition to Let Hamas into Bombed...

The petition was filed by the leftist organization Adalah, the Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights, and the father of one of the missing.

Bus Driver Waited Patiently for Passenger Who Was Removing Missionary Posters

"It was heartwarming to see the Jewish sentiment waking up against the missionaries," the woman said.

Netanyahu For and Against Death Penalty to Terrorists, Depending on Where

Israel inherited the British Mandate of Palestine code of law, which included the death penalty for several offenses, but in 1954 Israel abolished the death penalty for murder.

Report: Ateret Kohanim Offered $4.5 Million for Jaffa Gate Hotel – Got it for...

The appeal represents the first major case before the court under its new president, Justice Esther Hayut.
The water tower in the demolished village of Homesh, in Samaria, where Rabbi Vodka and others were staying two years ago despite an eviction of the residents in 2005.

Report: Netanyahu Vetoed Habayit Hayehudi Bill to Reverse Disengagement from Northern Samaria

The Prime Minister's decision will effectively prevent the possibility of Israelis visiting Area C's northern Samaria, and certainly quash any notion of resettling Homesh.

Netanyahu’s Center-Right Partners Won’t Join Labor-Led Government Despite Alarming Polls

It's definitely pre-elections season in Israel, as yet another new poll has come out over the weekend with devastating predictions for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Netanyahu Warns Hariri Resignation ‘Wake-up Call’ on Iran

"Lebanon = Hezbollah. Hezbollah = Iran. Lebanon = Iran," Liberman added. "Iran is a danger to the world. Saad Hariri proved this today."

US Ambassador Nikki Haley Says Nuke Deal ‘Very Very Flawed’

Haley said the U.S. will leave the UN Human Rights Council unless it goes through with reforms.

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