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Mughrabi Bridge Reopened to Chagrin of Jerusalem Municipality

The Mughrabi Bridge, the closure of which for safety renovations raised a maelstrom across the Arab world, has been reopened on Wednesday.

Hamas: Temple Mount Gate Closure is “Declaration of War”

Israel’s decision to close a bridge to the Temple Mount deemed unfit for use is a “declaration of religious war on the Muslim holy places in Jerusalem,” according to a statement by a Hamas spokesman.

IDF Base Attacked by Supporters of Judea and Samaria Outposts

A group of 50 young residents of Judea and Samaria broke in to an IDF base early Tuesday morning, in response to orders given to destroy nearby Jewish communities.

Israeli Scientist Wins Nobel Prize

Professor Dan Shechtman of Haifa’s Technion University received the Nobel Prize in Chamistry at an awards ceremony and gala ball in Stockholm on Saturday evening.

Rocket Shot at Israel Lands in Lebanon

An Arab woman was wounded in southern Lebanon on Sunday when a Katyusha rocket aimed at Israel landed short of its mark.

Gilad Shalit Thanks Activists “From the Bottom of My Heart”

“I will be grateful for the rest of my life,” freed Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit told supporters in a pre-recorded message on Saturday night.

IDF Retaliates on Gaza Terror Sites

IDF jets carried out retaliatory strikes in Gaza on Friday and Saturday after at least five rockets were fired from there into civilian areas in southwestern Israel. The IDF reported direct hits on multiple targets in terror centers in southern and northern Gaza, including a weapons factory.

Israel’s Jewish Birthrate Grows

The number of Jewish babies born in Israel has increased by nearly 20% since 2001, while at the same time the number of Muslim and Christian newborns has dropped by 5% and 10%, respectively, this according to Israel's Immigration Authority.

Hamas Using Human Shields

The IDF expressed regret for the incidental death of civilians in Gaza after striking a Hamas training facility overnight. The IDF said the strike on...

Update: 30 KM from Gaza to Bomb Shelters

The IDF has announced that residents up to 30 kilometers from Gaza must stay in their bomb shelters. tonight. Earlier in the evening they...

Senior Terrorist Commander Killed in Gaza

Sobhi Batash a senior commander in the Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade was killed in an IAF attack on Thursday. Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade claimed...

Multiple Rockets Hit Israel

IAF kills two terrorists in Gaza. Multiple missiles hit Israel. IDF says the terrorists were planning an attack along the Israeli-Egyptian border aimed at Israelis.

Israel Prepares Africa For Mass Circumcision

A delegation of Israeli mohels (ritual circumcisors) returned from a two week trip to Africa last week, where they prepared a UN medical team for a mass African circumcision.

Winds Of War: Syria’s Assad Threatens To Destroy Tel Aviv

JERUSALEM – The Mideast war of words heated up this week as Syrian president Bashar Assad threatened to destroy Tel Aviv in six hours with a volley of upgraded Scud missiles if Turkish or NATO forces threatened his teetering regime.

Two Israeli Hotels Make Conde Nast Top 10

Two Jerusalem hotels have been ranked among travel magazine Conde Nast Traveler as among the best 10 in the Middle East.

Former Israeli President Goes to Jail for Rape

Israel’s eight president, Moshe Katsav, will begin a seven-year jail sentence for rape and other offenses on Wednesday. Katsav will be place in the religious wing of the Ma’asiyahu prison in Ramle, and share a cell with ex-government minister Shlomo Benizri of Shas.

Rabbi: Throw Out ‘Tembelvision’

Protesters dump their TVs in the garbage in front of the Israeli Broadcasting Authority

King David Hotel Named One of World’s Top 100

Jerusalem’s historic King David Hotel is being called one of the top 12 “iconic hotels” and one of the world’s best 100 by Fodor’s.

School trips in south canceled due to terror alerts

Ministry of Education cancels student tours in southern Israel following concerns of impending terror attack.

Rami Levy starting cellular service today

Rami Levy enters the cellular market, undercutting the competitors as he always does.

Fire at Yeshiva Kills 1

A student in the Judean Desert Yeshiva of Mitzpe Yericho died Friday after succumbing to burns from a caravan trailer fire.

Egged Buses Return to Mea Shearim

Tuesday, saw a cautious attempt by the Egged company to return lines 1 and 2, albeit with heavy police escort. While most of the ride went off without a hitch, a few youths did hurl stones as the buses drove through the community.

Regional Turmoil Prompts Israel To Revamp Political, Military Strategies

JERUSALEM – The current wave of political instability in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria is forcing Israel's political and security establishments to revise the Jewish state's diplomatic and military strategies.

IDF, Hospitals Prepare for Unconventional Attacks

In an environment of regional instability and geopolitical threats to Israel, the IDF will hold a series of drills to prepare the country in the event of a biological, chemical or radioactive attack.

IDF Fires on Lebanon After 3 Rockets Land in Galilee

The IDF fired at Lebanese targets just after midnight on Tuesday after the firing of three rockets into northern Israel.

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