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After 4 Years, Israel’s Cairo Embassy Reopens in Ambassador’s Home

27 Elul 5775 – September 10, 2015
Koren's residence will be used as the headquarters of the Israeli Embassy until a new building is constructed to host the mission.

Israel’s Cairo Embassy Officially Reopens for Business

Four years after its abrupt closure in the face of a savage mob, Israel’s embassy in Cairo reopens for business.

SA Chief Rabbi: Proposed Ban on Dual Citizenship ‘Insulting’

"If everything is 'apartheid' then nothing is apartheid." South Africa's Chief Rabbi Goldstein says a proposed dual citizenship ban targets Israel.

Unanimous Court Convicts Arab Taxi Driver of Murdering 19-Year-Old Shelly Dadon

25 Elul 5775 – September 9, 2015
“The defendant, instead driving Shelly to her job interview, took her to an abandoned parking lot..."

Israeli Researchers Develop Method to Profile Potential ‘School Shooters’

Ben Gurion U. researchers selected writings by six shooters involved in a number of high-profile scenarios worldwide, including the Virginia Tech Massacre in 2007

Aliyah Rises 13% Since Last Rosh HaShanah

New immigrants came to Israel from 97 countries.

State Attorney to Demand Perpetrators Pay for Damage on Jerusalem Light Rail

The State Attorney will ask the court to impose heavy fines on terrorists for each Jerusalem Light Rail window they break, in addition to jail time.

Record-Breaking Haze to Stay the Week in Israel

Severe toxic haze conditions with intense heat continued in Israel Wednesday, with more in the forecast ahead.

Knesset Approves Natural Gas Outline

The Knesset approves a gas outline which also transfers authority from the economy minister to the government.

Quick, Somebody Tell the Messiah — No Soccer in Israel this Shabbat

25 Elul 5775 – September 8, 2015
The union of Israeli soccer players asked a labor court in Tel Aviv to suspend soccer games on Shabbat, because they’ve been conducted illegally. Only Shas can bring back the game.

Together on One Stage: Fried, Shwekey to Star in United Hatzalah Benefit Concert

Tickets now on sale for Oct. 1 show at Jerusalem International Convention Center

Heavy Sandstorm Strikes Israel: Elderly and Children Seeking Medical Attention

The sandstorm has caused traffic accidents and breathing problems.

Jewish New Year’s Eve: Israel Reaches 8.4M

On the eve of the Jewish new year, Israel's population has reached 8.4 million people.

Made Blessing, Drank Water, Got Arrested on Temple Mount… [video]

After saying the "shehakol" blessing over water and drinking, the man was arrested for praying on the Temple Mount.

In Rare Gesture Court Overturns Conviction of Israeli Arab Who Supported ISIS

“I thank the court for the opportunity given to me with the verdict,” said Abu Kush.

3 Jews Indicted for Torching Empty Bedouin Tent Encampment

The Bedouin tent encampment had been recently vacated.

Security Sweep Nets 11 Terror Suspects in Judea, Samaria, 3 from Nebi Saleh

Eleven terror suspects were taken into custody late Monday night, including three from Nebi Saleh in Samaria.

Israeli Pavilion to Close at IBC 2015 for Sabbath, Rosh Hashana

The Israel Pavilion at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam will close for Sabbath and Rosh Hashana, Economy Minister Arye Deri announced.

First Israeli Female Ambassador to Arab Nation Presents Credentials

Israel's first woman ambassador to an Arab nation presented her credentials Monday to King Abdullah II of Jordan.

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