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Knesset Strikes Back Against Polish Holocaust Bill

The law will guarantee full legal protection for Holocaust survivors, educators and tour guides who may be prosecuted in a foreign country (Poland) for relating historical truths about the Holocaust.

Introducing the New ‘Super Bullet’ by Israel Military Industries

The new super-bullet gives combat soldiers improved capabilities while enhancing firepower equivalent to that of an FN MAG machine gun.

Israel Proposes $1B Plan to Rebuild Gaza at Emergency Meet with International Donors

Israel offered to provide technology and knowledge for the host of projects necessary to create new infrastructure for the enclave, but funding and materials must come from the international community.

Unemployment Rate in December 2017 Lowest Since 1970s

The unemployment rate for the entire year of 2017 was 4.2 percent, compared to 4.8 percent in 2016.

US, Israel Deploying Anti-Missile Batteries Across Jewish State for Juniper Cobra Joint Military Drill

Juniper Cobra is a five-day combined military exercise between Israel and the United States EUCOM intended to strengthen military cooperation against regional threats and to promote long-term security.

UNHRC Releases Report Without Anti-Israel Blacklist – For Now

Danon: “On the day the UN is marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the UNHRC has chosen to publicize information about the number of companies operating in Israel.”

Netanyahu Corrects German Foreign Minister: Israel Will Control Security West of the Jordan, Two-State...

"We will control security west of the Jordan. Whether or not it’s defined as a state when we have the military control, is another matter. But I’d rather not discuss labels but substance.”

Knesset Holds Special Session Marking Its 69th Tu B’Shvat

MK Oren Hazan (Likud) yelled towards Speaker Edelstein, "Maybe you should use this opportunity to apologize to the prime minister." Speaker Edelstein proceeded to eject MK Hazan from the session.

Israeli Ambassador to Russia Speaks Up Against ‘Polish Death Camps’ Law

"We’re working with the Russian state service for archives on a project titled ‘Every Person Has a Name,’" Koren said.

Danish Opposition Pushing Back FM’s Pro-Israel Decisions

The leftwing parties in the Danish parliament claim that the foreign minister has surrendered to an Israeli dictate.

Attempt to Plan Terror Attack in Negohot Thwarted

The suspect moved away, but an IDF officer managed to arrest him

Sovereignty Supporters Celebrate Tu B’Shvat at Oz Ve’Gaon Nature Preserve

Tu b’Shevat events are another layer connecting the People of Israel to their Land.

Trump Reiterates Jerusalem, Iran Deal Commitments in State of the Union Address

We could not find a fact-checking note that disputed Trump's 148 words of policy gold promising that Jerusalem remains the capital of Israel, and the Iran nuclear deal will be altered, or sanctions will resume.

Yitzhar Teen Hurt by Arab Stoning During Tu B’Shevat Activity

IDF soldiers and Border Guard Police officers who arrived at the scene pushed the attackers back towards their village.

Cyber Threats ‘Outrunning Our Strategic Imagination,’ Former CIA Chief Tells Tel Aviv Conference

"The huge arena is constantly advancing; the request for partners and allies is tremendous. Israel is a small country in all aspects, but it is a cyber superpower."

Amman Embassy Reopens Following Israeli Apology To Jordan

A staff of Israeli workers is back in Amman, mainly for maintenance and cleaning tasks, but no new ambassador has yet been appointed.

Irish Senate Mulls Bill Criminalizing Trade With Post-1967 Israeli Communities

If enacted, the law could create a serious dilemma for leading U.S. firms with Irish subsidies who will have to face a choice between violating Irish law or violating the U.S. Export Administration Regulations.

CyberTech TLV 2018 Opens in Tel Aviv

CyberTech TLV is the most important conference in the industry outside the United States.

Israel’s Mission to UN Hosts Gathering 30th Anniversary of March of the Living

"If we do not succeed in passing the torch of memory to future generations throughout the world, the lesson will not be learned.”

New Scanner at Allenby Crossing Due to Increase in Palestinian Authority Commercial Traffic

"The project that we are dedicating today is an example of small things leading to a big change. We have many plans for continued economic cooperation with the Palestinian Authority."

Knesset Removes MK Hazan for 6 Months for Insulting (Practically) Everyone

MK Biran called MK Hazan "Pimp,", to which he responded, "Do you want to fill out a work form?"

Report: IDF Discriminates Against Settlers Wishing to Plant JNF Trees on Tu B’Shvat

There exists an inherent discrimination in the way the JNF has to distribute plants for the traditional Tu B'Shvat planting in Judea and Samaria.

Lebanese Blame Mossad for Hamas Agent Assassination Attempt

A Hamas spokesman said at the time that "Initial indications point to Zionist fingers behind this criminal act."

Knesset Opposition Kills Bill Under Nose of Inept Coalition Chairman

MK Michal Rozin (Meretz) twitted at the end of the vote: "The opposition just now killed a coalition bill. They were busy watching [popular satirical show] Wonderful Country."

‘Dames of the Dance’ Heat Up the Stage Ten Years Later

“There’s no pressure in Dames. There’s only working together to create the best show possible. It’s the best of Israel in miniature: kindness, chesed, sisterhood.”

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