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A First: Knesset Bans Arab MKs from BDS-Funded Flights

These rules were added following a decision taken two months ago by the House Committee under then chairman MK Yoav Kish (Likud).

Gallup: Americans’ Favorable Views of Israel at 17-Year High

As recently as 1990, Republican President George Herbert Bush tried to suppress $10 billion in loan guarantees to Israel.

Full Text: Remarks by Jason D. Greenblatt at White House Gaza Conference

"The goal here is not to let Hamas off the hook and create a situation similar to what exists in Lebanon today."

History is Made as Israel, Arab States Attend Gaza Conference at White House

“We asked you here because we believe we can do much better; we must do much better,” Greenblatt told those at the table."

Israel Escapes Early Elections as Coalition Stabilizes

The agreement worked out between the parties states plainly that a stable government is in Israel’s best interest.

Hollywood Star Mayim Bialik Asks to Light a Torch on Israel’s 70th Independence Day

In addition to Bialik, Ivanka Trump and Alan Dershowitz have also been suggested as candidates.

Plan Slowly Progresses for Southern Railway to Gaza

"Implementation of the double rail, which comes off of the Ashkelon-Be'r Sheva line, would dramatically reduce the cost of transporting cargo that is now trucked to and from Gaza."

Tourism Ministry Launches Negev Initiative to Entice Tourists to Southern Israel

The contest is taking place in Finland, Sweden, Germany, Poland and Spain with the target tourist population being millennial independent travelers seeking that “off-the-beaten-path experience.”

WATCH: Inspectors Foil Attempt to Smuggle IDF Uniforms into Gaza at Kerem Shalom Crossing

The driver and truck were stopped after arousing suspicion; a subsequent search of the vehicle revealed the IDF uniforms and accessories.

Shaked Warns: Toppling Rightwing Government Over Nothing a Big Mistake

The last time a strong, rightwing government broke up over nonsense, in 1992, it resulted in a Labor victory and the Rabin-sponsored Oslo accords.

Don’t Panic! This Is Only a Drill

The IDF Home-front Command will be conducting and emergency preparedness drill with sirens sounding throughout the country.

Elor Azaria Early Release in May

Last September, Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot reduced Azaria's sentence by four months.

National Home Front Drill

In the case of an actual emergency or alarm, a second siren will be activated immediately following the first one.

Palestinian Authority Officials to Visit Enclave as White House Hosts Meeting on Gaza Crisis

The new plant, to be fully operational this month, is projected to treat some 36,000 cubic meters of sewage per day.

High Court Rules Jewish Machpela House Residents Can be Expelled

The Court has rejected the families' appeal asking to be able to remain in their homes until the end of the never-ending registration process.

Report: Fewer Than 20 Percent of Israelis Maintain Healthy Lifestyle

During the 2016-17 school year, 18 percent of Israeli elementary school age children were obese.

Fastest Woman in Israel Wears a Skirt, Conceals Her Hair, and Honors Her Creator

Beatie Deutsch finished the Marathon in just three hours and nine minutes, beating her own estimated time for the race.

Israel to Tax Electronic Cigarettes as Regular Cigarettes

The move came after a year-long struggle by the Israeli “Avir Naki” (“Smoke Free Israel” organization and Likud MK Yehuda Glick.

National Service Graduates Earn Maternity Benefits

The Knesset Labor and Social Affairs Committee approved an agreement Monday allowing the new benefit.

Rehovot Leads, Jerusalem 13th Out of 14 Cities Rated for Quality of Life

Bnei Brak (4th place) leads in satisfaction with life, people's sense of their personal health, and the highest voter turnout in Knesset elections (making it first in the entire Middle East).

Employer Suing Driver Who Recorded Yair Netanyahu’s Friday Night Drunk

Upon his admission at work, the plaintiff claims, Rosen underwent a security classification, in which he undertook to maintain confidentiality.

Shas Minister Resigns, Replaced by Son

Azoulay made headlines in 2015, when he said that Reform Judaism is "a disaster for the nation of Israel."

Israeli Police Zeppelin Monitors Crime, Terrorism, in Arab City

"We are carrying out extensive intelligence activities, and the Zeppelin is part of a complete intelligence network."

Ministerial Committee Approves Litzman-Netanyahu Compromise Haredi Service Bill

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked reiterated her view that "the crisis is solvable and not fundamental."

Rav Ovadia Yosef’s Daughter: It’s Time for Shas to Disappear

Adina Bar-Shalom attacks Shas chairman Aryeh Deri: "He has changed since he entered prison, completely deteriorated."

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