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Report: IDF Discriminates Against Settlers Wishing to Plant JNF Trees on Tu B’Shvat

There exists an inherent discrimination in the way the JNF has to distribute plants for the traditional Tu B'Shvat planting in Judea and Samaria.

Rapid-Response Team and IDF Capture Terror Suspect Near Perimeter of Efrat

Efrat's rapid-response counter-terrorist unit was immediately mobilized when the suspect began to approach the town.

Netanyahu Surrenders to Pressure, Will Allow Havat Gilad Status Debate in a Week

"The proposed decision prepared by the defense minister to regulate Havat Gilad farm is ready, and the Attorney General has already approved it. All that was left was to bring it to a vote in the cabinet."

Geneva UN Group Recommends 240 Things Israel Must Repair

Even the “State of Palestine” had ten recommendations for Israel, to which Israel responded by suggesting to entity by that name does not “satisfy the criteria for statehood under international law.”

Extensive Survey: No Majority to Support Two-State Solution on Either Side

When asked to comment on the current chances of the 2-state solution, a majority of respondents is realistic about its declining chances. But when fantasy is added to the question, most grab for it.

Community CTU Units to Get New Ceramic Tactical Vests

The IDF will be upgrading the tactical vests for community-based counter terrorist units in Judea and Samaria.

Manhunt Continues for Rabbi’s Killers Who Fled Wednesday’s Elimination

"He must know that he is currently living like a dog on the run, he is living on borrowed time, and we will get him," Defense Minister Liberman said.

Widow of Rabbi Raziel Shevach, z’l: Our Consolation is Building the Land of Israel

“I ask the prime minister to break the silence and adopt the proposal of the defense minister to legalize Havat Gilad. This is our consolation."

Report: Defense Ministry Working on Plan to Legalize 70 Outposts in Judea and Samaria

At the top of the list is the Asa'el outpost in the Mount Hebron Regional Council, where 46 families live.

Rabbi Dr. Yehuda Bohrer, z’l, Co-Founder of Beit El, Passes Away

Countless Jews and non-Jews in Israel and abroad are more knowledgeable about the treasures of the Land of Israel thanks to Rabbi Bohrer's work.

High Court Rejects Leftwing NGO Appeal Against Amona Refugees’ Relocation

"There is no concrete claim to land rights at all here," Justice Solberg said, pointing out that "the nearest Palestinian village, Jalud, is 2 kilometers away as the crow flies."

Defense Minister Liberman Proposes Legalization of Gilad Farms in Samaria

Under the proposal, Liberman would order the appropriate government agencies to determine what is needed in order to legalize the community.

Netanyahu Orders Defense Ministry to Connect Havat Gilad to Electric Grid

“This is a first step and I thank the prime minister. We expect the government to recognize Havat Gilad as a legitimate town in Judea and Samaria."

Terror Victim Rabbi Raziel Shevach, z’l, Laid to Rest in Havat Gilad

“Dear Raziel, you were nothing but praise for God – as your named indicated. We are at war and you are a victim of that war."

Uri Ariel: Time Has Come For Palestinians to Pay Price for Terror Attacks

"This is the time for sticks – perhaps if we’d been using them, this wouldn’t have happened.

Raziel Shevach to be Buried in Havat Gilad, Civil Administration Says No

"We will honor his request and bury him in the town he loved so much,” said Yael Shevach.

Father of 6 Murdered in Palestinian Authority Terror Attack

The attack took place at the entrance to Havat Gilad, the Gilad Farm, on the road.

Peace Now: IDF Civil Government Set to Approve 1,300 Housing Units in the Settlements

We don't know for sure, but if Peace Now says so, it could be true, so like, Hallelujah?

Likud Central Committee Unanimously Approves Sovereignty in Judea, Samaria

One leftwing editorial suggested the Likud is beginning to prepare for life after Netanyahu.

Overcoming The Challenges Against All Odds

Just a few hundred meters from the Egyptian border, Yedidya Harush stands a top of a sand dune overlooking what less than a decade ago was a vast, inhospitable, empty expanse, stretching as far as the eye can see...

Elkanah Pushes Back Against Shomron City Plan

An Interior Ministry committee believes combining four Shomron communities together makes sense economically.

Yitzhar Youth Publicize Hanukkah Miracle from Mountaintop to Shechem Residents

The youth of the predominantly Orthodox town of Yitzhar (pop. 1,468), held a traditional "swearing in" ceremony on Mount Ebal on the third light of Hanukkah.

Kids, Parents, Politicians Re-Do Bar Mitzvah Trip-Turned Lynch Attempt

Avitzur, the Bar Mitzvah boy, said: "I don't enjoy being here. But it also gives me strength."

Building Collapses in Beitar Illit

Five people were injured. Rescue teams are searching for more victims.
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Clashes in Qusra Village, Arab Wounded by Israeli Gunfire

This week's mob attack began with heavy rocks thrown at the Israeli group and boulders rolled from uphill at them.

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