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Iranian Blogger Questioned on Contacts by Shin Bet

The 33-year-old blogger was questioning about her contacts with Iranians, inside Iran.

Video: Arab Suicide Bomber Shot and Body (with Bomb) Taken Away by PA Ambulance

The PA Paramedics pick up the body, bomb and all, and put him in the ambulance and drive off.

Lian Najami Makes History as First Female Israeli Arab Rhodes Scholar

Najami advocates against the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, warning that it hurts Israeli Arabs as much as Jews.

Christmas Back on in Nazareth (Minus the Entertainment)

Mayor Ali Salim now says the celebrations will be held as normal, well, except for the entertainment.

White House Confirms Western Wall Part of Israel, PA Irate

“We note that we cannot imagine Israel would sign a peace agreement that didn’t include the Western Wall.”

Rocket Shot at Israel Hits Home of Hamas Terrorist

"The terrorists in Gaza confirm unequivocally what we repeat: they destroy the future of the Gazans with their own hands."

Yitzhar Youth Publicize Hanukkah Miracle from Mountaintop to Shechem Residents

The youth of the predominantly Orthodox town of Yitzhar (pop. 1,468), held a traditional "swearing in" ceremony on Mount Ebal on the third light of Hanukkah.

Terrorist With Suicide Bomb Belt Neutralized, Pretended to Be Journalist

A Border Policeman was stabbed twice in the attack. The bomb didn't explode.

Gaza Border Kibbutz to Admit Orthodox Members

The kibbutz, which on the eve of Passover, 2008, suffered the worst bombardment by mortar shells since the Israeli disengagement from Gaza (they insisted on celebrating the seder at the kibbutz dining hall), is expecting that "turning into a mixed kibbutz will facilitate growth and development."

Nazareth’s Muslim Mayor Cancels Christmas

Protesting recognition of Jerusalem, Christmas celebrations were cancelled in the Israeli Arab city.

Government to Push Lightning Legislation following Court’s Order to Return Terrorists’ Bodies

Herzl and Merav Hajaj, the parents of a young soldier killed by terrorists responded to the Court ruling, saying: "Unfortunately, the terrorists will continue to celebrate the future funerals with dancing and giving away candy."

Israeli Film Depicting IDF Soldier’s Life, Death, at a Checkpost Makes Oscar Shortlist

The film was denounced by Israel's Minister of Culture and Sports Miri Regev (Likud), who referred to it as "the result of self-flagellation and cooperation with the anti-Israel narrative."

Third Hanukkah Candle Lit at Western Wall to Honor Holocaust Survivors

Similar candle-lighting events took place on the third night of Hanukkah in Berlin and in New York City, honoring Holocaust survivors.

Kremlin Does Not Share Turkey’s Stance on Israel

“We are aware of it but it is not in line with our position. Russia’s position on Jerusalem and the Middle Eastern settlement is well known,"

1,200 Israeli Elderly Receive Visits to Brighten Hanukkah

“Loneliness is one of the hardest challenges for elderly Israelis -- sometimes that struggle outweighs the usual daily battle for financial survival."

TEVA CEO Kåre Schultz Apologizes to Netanyahu for Situation

“I am committed to maintaining Teva’s global headquarters in Israel, including my office. I do this as part of my commitment to Israel..."

Netanyahu Warns Against ‘Giving Hamas Free Gifts’

"The decision is problematic," Netanyahu said. "You can't give Hamas free gifts."

Abbas Promises Jerusalem Real Estate to Lebanon Government

The Palestinian Authority leader is already making promises about a city he has yet to enter freely.

Uruguay Summons Israeli Ambassador Over Jerusalem Tweet

Uruguay's foreign minister says Pres. Trump's decision put "peace and peaceful coexistence talks in an area that is already in turmoil."

High Court Rules in Favor of Gaza Terror Families, With Caveat

Israel has six months in which to pass a bill that authorizes the defense establishment to hold the bodies.

Day 7: Red Alert Sirens in Southern Israel Come Earlier

No landing sites were identified by security personnel. False alarm, folks.

Breaking News: Teva to Lay Off 1750 Employees in Israel; 14,000 Worldwide

CEO Kåre Schultz his restructuring plan would restore the company’s financial security and stabilize its business.

Liberman Visits South, Attempts to Calm Fears

Liberman’s comments came at the end of a tense week on the Gazan front that saw 16 rockets being fired from Gaza into Israel,

Tel Aviv First Israeli City to Join C40 Climate Leadership Network

The entry of Tel Aviv into the C40 network of cities committed to bold action on climate change, brings the number of C40 cities to 92, representing more than 650 million people worldwide.

Law Curbing Police Enthusiasm Moving to Knesset Plenum for Final Votes

Both Police Commissioner Roni Alsheikh and Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit criticized the bill.

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