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Netanyahu Signs Gas Deal, Credits God with Making Israel Energy Superpower

Meretz Chairwoman MK Zahava Gal-On appealed to the Supreme Court Thursday morning, against the Prime Minister’s use of Section 52 of the Antitrust Law.

Duma Arson Suspects’ Attorney: Our Clients Were Tortured by Shabak

The lawyers said that the bodies of the detainees they had met showed signs of severe violence.

Rocket Alert

A rocket alert went off at 6:45 PM along the Gaza border.

AJC Praises UAW Rejection of Anti-Israel Resolution, But Union’s Website Stays Same

The UAW website still features a disturbing "Open Letter from Jewish Officers and Members in Support of Divestment," which repeats the common BDS verbiage against the Jewish State.

Court Bars Bar Refaeli from Leaving Israel over Tax Evasion

The Tax Authority has run an undercover investigation against Refaeli which turned up among other things that she received for personal use a Range Rover (value in Israel roughly $100,000) in exchange for advertising and PR.

Terrorist Shot Dead Near Shechem

An attempted stabbing was thwarted at Huwara, an Arab town 5 miles south of Shechem.

Herzog Vs. Netanyahu War of Words: Official Version [video]

Herzog asked ”Why is it under your watch that the poor are getting poorer?"

Jordan Deports 750 Sudanese out of 3,000 Asylum Seekers

More than 3,000 Sudanese still live in Jordan, most of them in a tent city in Aman.

US Demands Kuwait Airways End Boycott of Israelis; Airline Drops NYC-London Flight

US forbade Kuwait Airways from discriminating against Israelis, but instead airways dropped NYC-London flight.

Thousands of Intifada Bound Firearms, Knives, Tasers, Explosives Confiscated by Port Customs

Customs officials at the port of Ashdod have foiled multiple smuggling operations in recent months, seizing a huge variety of weapons that had been on their way to the Palestinians.

1,500 Year Old Hebrew Inscription Discovered on East Coast of Sea of Galilee

The surprising discovery supports the belief there used to be a Jewish settlement in the Kursi Beach National Park.

Technion Launches University in China

The Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology will offer three units: the College of Engineering; the College of Science; and the College of Life Science.

Israeli Institutions in Berlin Targeted for Terror by ISIS-Inspired Germans

Two German men are being tried for planning ISIS-inspired attacks against Israeli institutions in Berlin.

MK Hanin Zoabi Denounces Lieberman’s Campaign Against Her as “Fascism”

Avigdor Liberman recently announced his campaign to “remove Hanin Zoabi from the Knesset – for good!”

Israeli Ambitious Project Launching First New City in Decades: Harish

To get an idea of the sheer ambition of the new project: currently there are about 300 families living in Harish, and the plan calls for more than 50,000 residents there by 2020.

Ban Ki-moon Winds Down UN Post by Bashing Israel as Reason for Intifada

The chief of the UN said at its annual anti-Israel Conference on Jerusalem, "The anger we are witnessing is bred from nearly five decades of Israeli occupation."

Bennett Tells Chief Rabbi: I Don’t Consult with Rabbis on Matters of Policy

Rabbi David Lau’s cousin, the Jerusalem Ramban Synagogue’s spiritual leader Rabbi Benny Lau criticized the Chief Rabbi’s attack on Bennett.

Elton John’s Concert in Israel Set for Lag B’Omer

The British singer will appear in Tel Aviv on May 26, the day Israelis celebrate and remember Kabbalist Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.

Left-Wing Arab MK in B’nei B’rak to Change Ultra-Orthodox Vote on Women Qadis

Frej's bill calls for including at least one woman among the Qadis-Muslim jurists in Israeli courts that operate under Sharia Law.

Jerusalem Silences Plan to Turn Down the Volume of Mosque Loudspeakers

Jerusalem officials, who loudly proclaimed they will ease the ear aches of Jerusalem residents suffering from the wails from mosques, have whispered, "Wear earplugs."

Investigation Clears Police Officer Who Killed ‘Scissors Terrorist’

Government attorneys insisted the police sapper may have been guilty of murder. Public Security Minister: Why are officers judged for killing terrorists?

Israeli Medical Association: Doctors Must Treat the Worst Injury First, Including Terrorists

Until now, EMTs were instructed to treat all the victims of an attack first, before the attacker, Not anymore...

Israel’s Wine Guide Boycotts Judea and Samaria Wineries

Of course, if the guide were to exclude the Golan wineries it would have been a very thin book, without industry stars like Yarden and Gamla.

Knesset Committee Asking State Comptroller to Review Administrative Detention

Even the Left are beginning to question the ongoing administrative detention of Israeli citizens.

IDF Discovers Knives, Bullets, Axes and Incitement Material in Overnight Raid

A large weapons cache was found last night during an operation to arrest two wanted terrorists from Qalandiya.

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