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Gunfire From Gaza Hits IDF Vehicle After Netanyahu’s Visit to Border

Earlier in the day, Netanyahu toured the southern area of the Gazan border accompanied by Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon and IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Col. Gadi Eizenkot, inspecting the Hamas tunnel uncovered by IDF forces several weeks ago.

Israeli Man Sentenced to Life For Burning Arab Teen

Ben David was found guilty and convicted on April 19 for the kidnapping, torture and subsequent murder of 14-year-old Arab, Mohammed Abu Khdeir.

IDF Vehicle Damaged in Terror Attack Along Northern Gaza Border

Arab terrorists opened fire at IDF soldiers working on the security fence along the northern Gaza border, damaging a military vehicle.

San Diego State Jewish Students Face Disciplinary Action over Anti-BDS Flyer

The university said it is not willing to condemn the posters and say that they were a form of hate speech or intimidation.

National Religious Rabbi Appointed Supreme Rabbinical Court Judge While Court Facing Shutdown

All the missing positions on the Supreme Rabbinical Court must be filled by Thursday this week, or else the court would cease to operate.

3 IDF Soldiers Wounded in Ramming Attack Near Dolev, Terrorist Dead

Three IDF soldiers were injured in a vehicular ramming terror attack Tuesday evening at HaParsa Junction. Terrorist is dead.

German Traveler to Dubai Finds Himself on Flight to Tel Aviv

A Muslim German national was startled to discover he was landing in Tel Aviv when he had booked a vacation flight to Dubai.

UK’s Labour Party Secretly Suspended 50 Members Over Anti-Semitism, Racism

Britain's Labour Party has actually suspended 50 members over the past two months due to anti-Semitism and racism, but only 13 were publicized.

Israel Demolishes Home of Henkins’ Hamas Killer

The IDF has demolished the home of a second Arab terrorist involved in the murder of the Henkins.

German Technology Giant Siemens AG to Pay $44 Million to Settle Israeli Corruption Case

Six IEC executives are facing charges in Tel Aviv court for bribery and money laundering.

Daphna Meir’s Arab Killer is Convicted in Military Court

The Arab teen killer of Soroka neurosurgical nurse Daphna Meir was convicted this week in an Israeli military court.

Murdered Israeli Tourist Beaten to Death in Hungary

Initial findings of a police investigation indicate an Israeli tourist was beaten to death with bricks in Hungary.

Israel Intercepts 4 Tons Ammonium Chloride Smuggled by Hamas to Make Rocket Fuel

Recently, the Shabak has noted a vast increase in salt shipments to Gaza, and soon figured out it was being used to conceal smuggled illegal chemicals.

Cave of the Patriarchs Closes to Jews for Muslim Holiday

The Cave of the Patriarchs and the Temple Mount will be closed to Jews on Wednesday due to an Islamic holiday.

Jew Expelled From Temple Mount for Holding Tzizit

Apparently the definition of Jewish prayer is being expanded...

Analysis: Bennett Threatening to Walk If Bibi Gives Shaked’s Justice Portfolio to Bougie

The dynamo working tirelessly to promote a Likud-Labor coalition has been Finance Minister Kahlon, who is facing a serious challenge from his permanent foe Yair Lapid.

Jerusalem’s Old City Stabbing Victim Improving, Terrorist Caught

A Jerusalem terror victim is slowly improving at Shaare Zedek Medical Center after being stabbed in the back.

Palestinian Authority Tries to Grab Dead Sea Oil Reservoir

Now that Israelis have discovered oil in the wasteland leading down to the southern end of the Dead Sea, suddenly the Palestinian Authority claims that land too.

Israeli Labour Party Ponders Cutting Ties to British Labour Over Anti-Semitism

MK Isaac Herzog, head of Israel’s Labour Party and Opposition leader said that he is “considering suspending relations” with British Labour.

UPDATE: Stabbing in Jerusalem, Jewish Man Seriously Wounded, Terrorist Captured [video]

The terrorist, dressed in jeans and a black coat fled the scene and police has begun a manhunt.

Kahlon: Half-Billion Shekels to Go to Holocaust Survivors and Elderly

The new plans will benefit 60,000 survivors living below the poverty line.

Israel to Open Second Gaza Crossing to Transfer Goods

Opening the Erez Crossing for the transfer of goods to Gaza will reduce the pressure at the Kerem Shalom Crossing.

Giant Chipmaker Intel Starts Israeli Layoffs

Some blame Intel's management's failure to steer the ship right for the massive, painful layoffs.

Italian Kickboxing Champion Denies Joining ISIS, Plotting to Blow Up Israeli Embassy, Vatican

The couple was arrested as part of an investigation conducted by the Italian anti-terror squad and the Special Operations Group fighting organized crime.

Israeli Soldiers Capture 3 Terror Fugitives, Find Weaponry

IDF soldiers and security personnel were busy late into the night Sunday and early Monday with military arrests in Judea and Samaria.

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