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Study: Children of Parents Who Were Babies in the Holocaust More Prone to schizophrenia

The lingering impact of the Holocaust on second-generation survivors.

Israel Innovation Authority ‘Luring’ Academics, Entrepreneurs Back to Israel [video]

Every year, hundreds from academia and industry return to Israel, fulfilling a desire to come back home and find employment appropriate to their education and skills.

Israel to Ship Gas to Gaza, Can’t Be Used to Fuel Rockets

The deal between Israel and the PA comes in the wake of a major deal that was reached between Israel and the PA on managing the latter's $530 million debt to the Israel Electric Company.

Arab Journalist Attacks Arab MK Who Said Peres Was Covered in Arab Blood

"You don't represent me," Aharish told Ghattas, "nor the hundreds of Arab children who are taking part in coexistence projects sponsored by Shimon Peres, while you are busy spreading hatred, incitement and distance between nations."

‘Palestinian Power Couple’ Split Up as Roger Waters Dumps Rula Jebreal

Jebreal asked to meet Waters because of his anti-Israel activism, they became friends and "dined together many times."

Analysis: Obama $38 Billion MOU Designed to Shackle Congress, Fight Not Over

Did Netanyahu sign the MOU in return for an Obama promise to leave him alone between Nov. 9 and January 17?

IDF Retaliates after Hamas High Trajectory Fire into Israel

The IDF continues to view Hamas as being solely responsible for everything that takes place within the Gaza Strip.

Gaza Terrorists Launch Mortar Attack on Southern Israel

Gaza terrorists launched a mortar attack on southern Israel, and then the leaders of Gaza's Hamas terror group raced to evacuate their headquarters, fearing Israeli reprisal.

PM Netanyahu: ‘Certain Relief Today’ After Visit to Hospital Bedside of Former Pres. Shimon...

PM Netanyahu said his prayers have been strengthened by his visit to the bedside of former President Shimon Peres at Sheba Medical Center.

UNIFIL Soldiers Wounded in Southern Lebanon by ’30-Year-Old’ Landmine

A group of UNIFIL soldiers were rushed to a field hospital in southern Lebanon after their vehicle blew up when it hit a landmine while on patrol.

Tel Aviv Court Sentences Killer of IDF Sgt. Almog Shiloni to Life in Prison

The 18-year-old terrorist who murdered a 20-year-old IDF soldier thought he'd be killed during the attack by Israeli Police, and then become a "martyr." A rich one.

Gaza Smuggling Ring Busted at Kerem Shalom After 100 ATVs Arrive Safely

Israeli authorities busted a major smuggling ring that has already succeeded in sneaking 100 ATVs into the hands of Hamas in Gaza.

Slow Improvement in Medical Condition of Former President Shimon Peres

Former President Shimon Peres remains sedated and on a respirator but slowly improving, albeit still in critical condition in the ICU at Sheba Hospital.

Terror Attack Averted Near ‘Rachel’s Checkpoint’

Police foiled a terrorist attack when their suspicions were aroused by the suspicious behavior of an Arab who wanted to pass through a checkpoint.

IDF Warns Soldiers: Do Not Drive by App Alone

The IDF is telling its soldiers not to rely on any GPS navigation apps for directions when driving from one place to another; it might cost them their lives.

Mortar Shell Strikes Golan Heights Third Day in a Row

It's not clear who is firing the mortar shells that land in northern Israel, since there are so many different actors in Syria.

How 1970s Hassidic Hackers Created Worldwide Broadcast Network

This is the story of how a handful of young Hassidim set out to build a global communications network in the era before Periscope, Skype, VoIP, or even satellite or Cable TV.

F-35 and Aegis Combat System Integrate Successfully in First Live Missile Test

The F-35 Lightning II combines advanced stealth with fighter speed and agility, advanced mission systems, fully fused sensor information, network-enabled operations and cutting-edge sustainment.

Bill Clinton Inquired about Shimon Peres’ Condition

President Clinton was paid $500,000 to speak at Shimon Peres' birthday celebration in Israel on June 17, 2013.

Prosecution Objects to Arab Petition to Demolish Homes of ‘Jewish Terrorists’

The prosecution argued that it would be a mistake to treat Jewish and Arab terrorism equally.

Arab MK Maligns the Dying Shimon Peres

MK Ghattas wrote that "Peres is covered from head to toe in our blood, and so we don't hasten to contribute to the collective tribal festival of grief and loss."

US, Israel, Conclude New MOU on 2019 – 2028 Security Package

The new MOU will be signed in a ceremony at the Department of State in Washington on Wednesday, at 2 PM local time.

Agreement Reached on PA $530 Million Electricity Debt

The agreement places full responsibility for electric bills collection on the PA, which in the past rejected its responsibility for the debt.

UC Berkeley Responds to Pressure, Suspends Anti-Semitic Course

The course learning objectives made it clear that a key goal of the class was to encourage students to accept unquestioningly the false and defamatory idea that Israel is an illegitimate settler colonial state.

Former President Shimon Peres Fights For Life After Massive Stroke

Former President Shimon Peres, 93, suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. He is now in an induced medical coma and breathing with a respirator in the ICU.

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