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Israeli Defense Split on Turkey’s Gaza Port Demands

16 Adar I 5776 – February 24, 2016
There are five alternatives being discussed by the Israeli leadership, to appease to Turks while both helping the Gazans without harming Israeli security.

Five women from Ancient Chinese Jewish Community to Make Aliyah

Believed to have been founded by Iraqi or Persian Jewish merchants, Kaifeng's Jewish community built a large and beautiful synagogue in 1163.

Report: Only 12% of Jerusalem Schoolchildren Secular, But Receive Biggest Budget

Approximately 41% of Jerusalem schoolchildren are Haredi, 38% are Arab.

Galant Proposes Informer Hot Line to Fight Arab Sector Illegal Weapons

The state would be going halfsies with the informant on the fine levied on the gun owner.

Textiles Dating Back to King David’s Era Found at Timna Dig

The ancient copper mines in Timna, deep in Israel’s Arava Valley, are believed by some to be the site of King Solomon's mines.

Analysis: How the Reform Control Government, Knesset Committees and the Courts

Israeli anti-religious organizations funded by Reform money are regularly invited by Knesset committees despite having no legal status.

IDF Reserve Officer Succumbs to Wounds from Gush Etzion Junction Terror Attack

The IDF reservist succumbed to his wounds just a few hours after fighting a terrorist at the Gush Etzion Junction.

Rahat Stabber Arrested

On February 6, the terrorist stabbed a 65-year-old Jewish shopper in the Bedouin town of Rahat.

Israeli Critically Wounded in Terror Attack at Gush Etzion Junction

The Israeli was critically wounded. The terrorist was neutralized.

Israel Plans to Import Foreign Hi-Tech Workers

Israel is growing its hi-tech sector so rapidly that local talent is allegedly having trouble keeping up.

Bayit Yehudi Supporting Low Income Tel Aviv Residents in Fight Against Wealthy Developers

15 Adar I 5776 – February 23, 2016
"We will not allow the state to abandon the residents of Giv'at Amal."

Role Reversal: PA Security Set Up Checkpoints to stop Teacher Protests

Three years after a long teachers' strike over unpaid salaries, the Palestinian Authority has yet to make good on its promise to increase teachers' wages.

Manchester Ultra-Orthodox Man Dies at Ben-Gurion Airport

ZAKA volunteers were called to the scene, where they performed emergency treatment, but eventually pronounced the man dead.

Analysis: Reform Success Enabled by Ultra-Orthodox 4-Seat Loss

UTJ MK Israel Eichler turned their lemons into a kind of lemonade saying he wouldn't give the Reform the satisfaction by leaving government.

Israel Aerospace Industries Major World Player with Two Huge Orders

IAI will be building the 777X tail assembly leading edge at its plant in Lod, near Ben Gurion International. First delivery is due in late 2017.

Court Extends Administrative Detention by 4 Months for Grandson of Rabbi Meir Kahane z’l

Meir Ettinger will remain in administrative detention for another four months, after six months in solitary confinement.

‘Writers’ Freedom’ NGO Mistakes Max Blumenthal For Credible War Correspondent

Absent for most of the war and fluent in neither Arabic or Hebrew, Max Blumenthal hoodwinked PEN Canada into headlining him as war correspondent.

Why Israel’s Roads Are Becoming Increasingly Dangerous

The Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) has released data indicating that the rate of road accidents in Israel remains high even after an apparent slight decrease over a limited period.

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