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IDF Thwarts Terror Attack at Checkpoint

5 Iyyar 5773 – April 14, 2013
Israeli reserve soldiers prevented a major terrorist attack in Sunday by arresting a Palestinian Authority terrorist at the checkpoint immediately west of Kfar Saba,...

Yemenite Chabadnik Paints Gigantic Flag Seen from Jordan (Video)

Take 740 gallons paint, let a Yemenite Chabadnik work day and night for three weeks and – presto – see a huge Israel flag display in Eilat that can be seen from Jordan.

‘Israel Wants Peace, Enemies Want War,’ Says Netanyahu

”From the moment the state was established, it has not ceased to wish for peace with its neighbors and to the same degree, its...

Yom Ha’atzmaut Draws 200 New York UJA Leaders

The UJA Federation of New York’s William Rosenwald Mission landed in Israel Sunday with 200 leaders who will be celebrating the country’s 65th anniversary...

Ten of Thousands at Funeral of Son of Rav Ovadia Yosef

Tens of thousands of people participated Friday afternoon in the funeral procession of Rabbi Yaakov Yosef, the eldest son of Shas spiritual leader Rabbi...
Israelis.

More than 8 Million Reside in the State of Israel

It's Israel‘s 65th Independence Day, and time for stats!
Jordanian-Israeli ties fading?

Israel Sees Jordan: Things are Not All Quiet on the Eastern Front

3 Iyyar 5773 – April 12, 2013
A recent Jordanian-Arab Palestinian agreement to prevent the Judaization of Jerusalem, and an overwhelming majority of the Jordanian parliament urging prison release for the mass murderer of Israeli schoolgirls, reveal things are not all quiet on the Eastern front.
The Palestinians have started the first phase of construction of a museum devoted to their "history."

PA Museum Invents 200-Year-Old Palestinian History

The PA’s building a museum and inventing a “200-year-old” history is not surprising. If you are gonna lie, do it right and start with its 3,500-year-old history, dating back to Akedah Ishmael.

American Volunteers to Fire Up BBQ’s for 3000 IDF Soldiers

The young folks in olive green came to investigate, first one by one and then in droves.
An underwater photo shows that the monumental structure is made of basalt boulders. The fish in the picture (marked with an arrow) is about 10 cm long.

Ancient Monument Underwater in the Kinneret

Researchers say the shape and composition of the structure does not appear to be a natural formation.

G8 Issue Message of Hope to Palestinian Deadbeats and Firebombers

We interrupt this press release to examine the information therein…

Human Rights Watch Turns on Hamas for Executions of Collaborators

Human Rights Watch, which usually has Israel in its crosshairs, has turned its fury on the Hamas terrorist organization for failing to investigate the...

Galliano Dress Forbidden for Israeli Eurovision Contestant

2 Iyyar 5773 – April 11, 2013
Israel's contestant in the international Eurovision music contest was barred from wearing a dress by designer John Galliano, who lost his job as the...
Lesley Sachs, director of "Women of the Wall," being detained by police.

WOW Claiming Groundbreaking Court Ruling

Judge Sharon Larry Bavly stated that there was no cause for arresting the women.

Residents of Efrat Protest Stone Throwing (Video)

Fed up with the rise in Arab terrorism around them, Efrat residents held their first street protest in recent times.
Lesley Sachs, director of "Women of the Wall" being told by police to remove her talit.

Four Women of the Wall and Haredi Man and Woman Detained

Meretz MKs Tamar Zandberg and Michal Rozin attended the ceremony.

Guatemala Recognizes Palestinian Authority as a State

Guatemala has recognized Palestine as a state, which it believes will help bring about a peace agreement with Israel. It joins several Latin American...

Israeli Arab Citizen Charged with Joining Syrian Jihadists

1 Iyyar 5773 – April 10, 2013
Nearly 1.5 million Arabs are Israelis. Most are decent citizens, even if not Zionists. But more and more want to destroy Israel. For the first time, an Israeli Arab allegedly joined Syrian jihadists.
Archaeologist Benyamin Storchan standing at the bottom of the steps in the immersion chamber.

A Rare Second Temple Period Mikveh Discovered in Jerusalem

Israeli archaeologists love highway contractors. Excavation for new roads frequently digs up history, and this time they struck it rich, finding a rare mikveh from the late Second Temple Period.
Future IDF recruits celebrating.

80 New Olim Celebrate Joining the IDF

At the event, soldiers were awarded grants to help with their transition and enjoyed a barbecue.

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