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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.

Jewish School Year Starts with Revolutionary Curriculum

Halacha Education Center introduces new program for over 1,300 students.

New Torah Commemorates Life of Fallen IDF Soldier

A new Torah scroll "comes home" to Nitvei Yochai Synagogue in the name of IDF Cpt. Yochai Klengel, z'l.

Bar Mitzvah Boy Expelled From Temple Mount

The Israeli police do not allow Jews to pray on the Temple Mount, so the boy was removed.

Sand Storm Hits Israel, Dangerous Air Quality

A sand storm has hit the region, raising the pollution level and reducing visibility in Israel. Many are being told to stay indoors.

Steinitz Demanding Extreme Steps if Oslo Accords Are Canceled

A PA official said everything will change after Abbas’s speech at the United Nations later this month.

Knesset Approves Part of Natural Gas Framework Deal

The Knesset approved part of the natural gas framework Monday by a 59-51 vote after two years of constant threats by natural gas companies...

Arab Knesset Member Damns Leftists as ‘Rich Racists’ Who Feign ‘Peace’ [video]

MK Jamal Zahalka said everything that a right-winger thinks but would not dare say about leftists - "racist", "spoiled" and "engineers of expulsion."

Analysis: Five Weeks Later, Why Are Investigators Stumped About the Lethal Arson in Duma...

(JNi.media) Riham Dawabsha, 27, mother of the late infant Ali Dawabsha and wife of the late Sa’ad Dawabsha, died Sunday night. All three sustained...

Report: Abbas Planning to Cancel Oslo Accords

The proposal to scrap the accords will be debated in next week’s session of the Palestinian National Council.

Netanyahu Expresses Condolences on Death of Arab Woman in Duma

Netanyahu called the firebomb-murder an "act of terrorism," but no evidence has been released that points to Jews being responsible.

Palestinian Arabs Declare ‘Day of Rage’ After Duma Mother Dies

Palestinian Arabs have declared a "day of rage" on Friday for the death of Duma mother Riham Dawabshe, but violence began Monday.

Israeli Government Again Faces Fight Over Noble-Delek Gas Outline

Israel's government is gambling with a Knesset vote in hopes of finding a way past the latest obstacle in the gas deal drama.

IDF Launches New Mortar Radar System in Southern Israel

The Israel Defense Forces have deployed a new mortar radar system in southern Israel.

Duma Mother Dies of Wounds

Riham Dawabshe died from the third in a series of four mysterious fires that hit the Dawabshe family in Duma.

Likud Reveals Labor Leader Herzog’s Phone Number to Refugees, Promising ‘Comfortable Lodging’

Labor circles were quick to explain that "Herzog only meant taking in several hundred refugees, mostly Druze whose lives are in immediate danger."

Israel Arrests Senior Gaza Terrorist Linked with ISIS

The Gaza City terrorist used a surgeon's house as a base when planting bombs on IDF patrol routes.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s ‘Jewish Heart’ Backs Iran Deal

Like most of the other Democrats supporting Obama, the deal worries her, but she thinks it is good for the US and for Israel.

Netanyahu Pledges to Beef Up Security at Patriarchs’ Cave in Hebron

Israel will do its "utmost so that Jews will be able to go everywhere safely, especially to the Tomb of the Patriarchs," Prime Minister...

Israel Begins Building Fence to Protect New Eilat Airport

The long-term plan calls for a fence along the eastern border from Eilat to the Golan Heights. =

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