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Terrorist in Failed Light-Rail Attack Arraigned in Jerusalem Court

Israeli police on Tuesday afternoon revealed details from the attempted attack on Jerusalem’s light rail two weeks ago.

Palestinian Information Center Uses Ha’aretz Anti-Haredi Cartoon

The Hamas-oriented PIC added its own judgmental note, but didn't need to alter the original visual message. It fit its world view perfectly.

Knesset Passes Law Killing Core Curriculum Requirement

It should be noted that those Haredi schools that rejected the government-imposed of a Core Curriculum did so not necessarily because they object to teaching their students many of the subjects on the list.

Knesset Committee Holding Hearing Tuesday on Plight of Yitzhar Minor

The minor pulled out of his own home, without judicial due process and without seeking expert opinion from a social worker and the Youth Probation Service.

Yad Vashem Marks Rio Olympics with Exhibitions on Jewish and Righteous Gentile Athletes

Jews competed in the most coveted sporting competitions throughout Europe, including the Olympics.

Military Court of Appeals Critical of Administrative Restrictions of Jews without Hearings

More than 50 administrative restriction orders were issued by the GOC of the Central and Home Front Commands over the past year against Jewish youths and not one involved a hearing, in violation of the law.

Soldiers Told No ‘Pokemon Go’ On IDF Bases in Israel

IDF soldiers have been told Pokemon Go is an absolute "no no" on army bases in Israel due to security risks.

Knesset Committee Recognizes Armenian Genocide

The Education, Culture and Sports Committee decided to recognize the Armenian genocide on Monday at a meeting initiated by Meretz Chairwoman MK Zehava Galon.

Huge Marijuana ‘Nursery’ Uncovered in Northern Negev

Southern District Police discovered a major illicit marijuana cultivation and sales operation in the northern Negev.

Knesset Considers Bill to Require Zionism Course in Universities

The Knesset is reviewing a bill to require a university course that is hoped to reset the anti-Israel trend on some college campuses.

Hot, Dry Weather Leads to Flames, Traffic Jams and Accidents in Israel

Israel was marked by fires, traffic jams and motor vehicle accidents due to the hot, dry summer weather.

Fashion Women from Abroad Visit Israel To Discover Blooming Design Industry

The women met young Israeli designers and visited diverse fashion venues and workshops.

Temple Institute Crowdfunding to Train Cadre of Qualfied Priests

The curriculum at Nezer HaKodesh will include courses on the Temple service, theory and practice and the role and application of modern technology in the Third Temple.

Revealed: IDF Operating World’s Most Advanced and Protected Wheeled Combat Vehicle

The most significant advantage of the Eitan is its excellent mobility capabilities across varied terrains and at speeds of 55 mph.

Netanyahu ‘Not Prepared to Tolerate Racism in our State’

The report on eradicating racism against Israelis of Ethiopian origin is 170 pages long and includes 52 recommendations intended to help correct institutionalized and societal racism.

Police Order MK Yehuda Glick to Ride Armored Car

The money will come from a special budget reserve kept for just these kinds of miscellaneous items.

Israeli Government in Cantankerous Rancor over New Broadcasting Authority

One of the most celebrated quotes from Sunday's debate was from Likud Minister Miri Regev who reportedly cried out: "What's the point in having a corporation if we don't control it?"

Bill Approved to Increase Competition in Israeli Financial Sector

The main clauses of the bill include a separation of the major Israeli banks from Israeli credit companies. The three largest Israeli banks also currently own and operate the credit card companies.

Additional Arrests Made in Murder of Rabbi Miki Mark

10 more people were arrested in connection to the deadly terror attack near Otniel.

Car with 6 Pipe Bombs Caught at Shomron Checkpoint

The highway was closed while sappers neutralized the bombs.

Unexploded Qassam Rocket from Operation Pillar of Defense

A live rocket from a past war is found in an open field near a kibbutz in the Gaza Belt.

Arab Terror Suspects Arrested for Attacks in Jerusalem

Two Arab terrorists were arrested for attacks in Jerusalem after a weeks-long investigation by police.

Gen. Ofek Bucharis Discharged from IDF

Buchris has requested to be discharged from service immediately, to enable him to participate in the trial against him as a civilian and not as a military officer.

Israel Revisits Importing Foreign Workers for Hi-Tech

The government voted on issuing permits for hi-tech employment of foreign workers, and permits for spouses.

Palestinian Authority Tries to Eject Israel From FIFA

The Palestinian Authority is trying to convince FIFA to ban Israel from the international football league, again.

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